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Saving lives may be part of a typical day for Boyle County EMS workers Benny Myers and James Gies, but May 11 proved to be anything but typical. While returning back to the station after an emergency call, Myers and Gies were shocked to see a small kitten...
Tags: Vaccines, Social Issues
County coronerSince I wrote about the harmful effects of smoking in April, I thought this would be a great time to cover the facts about secondhand smoke. Many people think this is just a political issue about who had the right to smoke, and who has the right to a...
Upcoming public government meetings • Stanford City Council: 6:30 p.m. today at L&N Depot • Crab Orchard City Commission: 6:30 p.m. today at Crab Orchard city hall • Stanford Water Commission: 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Stanford Water...
Philadelphia United Baptist cemetery upkeep Philadelphia United Baptist in Brodhead has taken over the upkeep of the cemetery. Send any donations to Philadelphia United Baptist Church, 834 Bryant Ridge Road, Brodhead, KY 40409. If you wish to put a...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — On the same day he made his intentions known about entering the NBA draft — where he could be Kentucky’s third overall No. 1 pick in four years — Nerlens Noel suddenly quit thinking about his future. Instead, he was...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAbout two weeks ago, Catherine Cole of Nicholasville was given a piece of her father that she never knew existed, and that has given her a glimpse into a part of his life he never talked about. A diary he kept while in the Navy during World War II...
In early January I suddenly began to feel very listless and had a great loss of energy and appetite. I just thought it was something I would shake off in time. It was not. Bad became worse. Worse got even worse. Finally, on April 3, 2013, I went to...
Mid-Continent University’s Advantage Mid-Continent University’s Advantage is an accelerated adult degree completion program that brings classes to local community classrooms throughout 27 cities and towns including Somerset, Danville and Mt....
Finally, I had been offered my “dream job.” I am a huge fan of Berea College and the work they do primarily with young people from the nearby mountains. When they read my resume and we talked and they wanted to hire me for a special summer...
This past Tuesday night I met with a very special group of people. They were all a group of blood cancer survivors who have gone through some rather traumatic times in their lives. These were people who were willing to help other people through their...
email@example.comSometimes the timing is just right and with today being Valentine’s Day, I knew this was the right time to share the love two locals — Terry Yeast of Harrodsburg and Tina Cox of Danville — had for their mothers. Yeast lost his mother,...
John T. Bowser, 65, of Winchester, husband of Sharon Haggard Bowser, passed away at his home on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012, surrounded by his family and friends. Mr. Bowser was born in Winchester on June 10, 1947, to the late John T. Bowser III and Medrith...
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