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The Winchester SunThe American Cancer Society is at least $43,000 closer to finding a cure for cancer, thanks to the 19 teams participating in the Clark County Relay for Life. The annual event began at 7 p.m. Friday at the George Rogers Clark High School track with food,...
GABBF 2011: Just steps away -- Pioneer Playhouse season opener, 'The 39 Steps,' fresh off Broadway for Kentucky firstname.lastname@example.orgThe pioneering spirit is alive and well at Pioneer Playhouse. This summer, the summerstock theater will host a never-before-seen-in-Kentucky play, “The 39 Steps,” which closed on Broadway just this year. “We are the first theater in...
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The Winchester SunOne day before of her wedding in August 2008, Allison Schrader Totty found a reason to fight back. Her mother, Beverly Schrader, was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1994 and was considered in remission until a 2006 doctor’s appointment....
A silence fell over the 2011 Lincoln County Relay for Life Friday night as Sandy Caudill, a two-time cancer survivor, stepped into the spotlight to relive her battle with cancer. “My story started 21 years ago ...” Caudill said as all activity...
Ora Lea Neal Clem, 69, wife of Alfred Clem, passed away at 2:35 a.m. Thursday, May 26, 2011 at St. Petersburg General Hospital in Florida. Ora was a native of Clark County, Ky., and a resident of St Petersburg, Fla., for the past 35 years. She was the...
email@example.comIf you are a Kentucky basketball fan and have not yet read Mark Krebs’ book, "Beyond a Dream," you really should. Actually, even if you are not a UK basketball fan, this book is still well worth the read for many, many reasons. Krebs, a walk-on...
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State representativeOver the course of the last week, the Kentucky House of Representatives honored fallen military members and their families in a solemn, moving ceremony in the House chamber. This tradition began in 2004 and the service has become one of the most...
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TODAY — Life Hurts, God Heals, group for teenagers who have experienced pain related to troubled family dynamics, depression, drinking, drugs, cutting, pornography, eating disorders, anger and other issues, Calvary Christian Church, 7-9 p.m. For...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Jessamine County Health Department is launching a new campaign called “Start Here” to get more women to schedule breast cancer and cervical cancer screenings, regardless of their insurance levels. The new program, part of a larger state...
SATURDAY, MARCH 12 — Clark County Republicans meeting, 9 a.m., The Steak House, Lexington Avenue. All registered Republicans are encouraged to attend. MONDAY, MARCH 14 — Senior exercise class, 9:45-11 a.m., First Christian Church, Hickman...
State crews spray for weeds this month FRANKFORT (AP) — Kentucky workers will spray for weeds along the state’s highways this month. The Transportation Cabinet asks motorists to use extra caution when the crews are working. The cabinet...
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TODAY — Free AARP tax preparation, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Central Baptist Church Annex, 101 W. Lexington Ave. Service is available to anyone, but the focus is low-income and elderly. — Pink Ribbon Partners breast cancer awareness group meeting, 6:30...
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