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By Brad Nystrom and JoAnn Hamm In 1874, Kentucky School for the Deaf began publishing a weekly in-house newspaper, the Kentucky Deaf-Mute to give the male students an opportunity to learn the printing trade. KSD published the newspaper continuously from...
In 1874, Kentucky School for the Deaf began publishing a weekly in-house newspaper, the Kentucky Deaf-Mute, to give the male students an opportunity to learn the printing trade. KSD published the newspaper continuously from 1874 to 2004 with only a name...
100 Years Ago — 1913 For the first time in many years, no church services were held in Hustonville last Sunday and schools in Moreland, McKinney and Hustonville were closed last week due to an epidemic of measles. Hundreds of cases of a very...
Guest ColumnistDanville is an old city that has long benefitted from the contributions of new residents. Newcomers who have lived here only a couple of decades have joined natives whose family trees have been growing in the soil of Boyle County for two centuries to...
In 1874 Kentucky School for the Deaf began publishing a weekly in-house newspaper, The Kentucky Deaf-Mute, to give the male students an opportunity to learn the printing trade. KSD published the newspaper continuously from 1874 to 2004, with only a name...
email@example.comIt was only 18 months ago that Bill Noelker hung out his shingle to practice law and already he has the case of a lifetime. “This case is why I went to law school. This gets me excited,” Noelker said last week in his second-floor office...
Vaccination Debate: As Kentucky requires more immunizations, a Danville mom blames shot for son's firstname.lastname@example.orgConflicting labels are stuck to vaccines — villainous and vital. The majority of Americans credit Edward Jenner’s innovations with preventing countless Americans from getting measles, mumps, rubella, polio and other once-prevalent diseases. ...
If you've got your health, the cliche goes, you've got just about everything. If you've got public health duties, you're responsible for just about everything from mosquitoes (West Nile carriers) to hygiene (wash your hands for as long as it takes to sing...
American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (AABGU) announces that Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and Fox Chase Cancer Center (FCCC) in Philadelphia have received a two-year National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grant to...
email@example.comSPRINGFIELD, -- It's part of growing up, but experts say far too many children are not getting vaccinated. Doctors in the Ozarks are urging parents to keep their kids protected. It's World Immunization Week. This comes at a time when there are more...
April 20, 2002: The Ravens select Miami safety Ed Reed with their No. 1 pick (24th overall) in the NFL draft. It's the first time the club has failed to get a college player ranked among its top 15 choices. April 20, 1985: The Skipjacks, Baltimore's...
The daily broadcast of medical reports, scientific studies and sociological statistics can cause your ears to ring. Sometimes a report will contradict the findings of another issued just days earlier. More often, compelling snapshots of the American...
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