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ContribEditor’s note: “The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come,” 1903, by John Fox Jr., is the fourth in a series of book reviews about works of Kentucky fiction. An unexpected number of the best Kentucky novels have come from the hills of the...
Tags: Book, Butterfly Ballots, Flu, Chad, Authors
1913: 100 years ago Bertha Penman, the notorious blind tiger keeper, who carries a government license and employs bootleggers on a straight salary, is to be released from the work house, provided she will leave Danville never to return. Health Officer...
Because of changes in funding distribution from the Department of Public Health, the Clark County Health Department will no longer provide certain services to patients residing outside of the county. The Clark County Board of Health unanimously...
Clark County Health DepartmentEach year, World Tuberculosis Day is recognized on March 24. It was on this date in 1882 that Dr. Robert Koch announced that he had discovered the bacillus that causes TB. In the 19th century, TB killed one out of every seven people in the U.S. and...
Tags: Lungs and Airways, Health, Chest, Cancer, X-rays
100 YEARS AGO — 1912 The Messres. Lowell, who have earned the well-deserved reputation of making their Gilcher Hotel one of the best hostelries in the country, and who want to continue improving its service, have determined to adopt on Feb. 1 the...
An article in the May 24, 1913, edition of The Argus reported the damage to an area farm due to an early morning fire. A large barrack on the Wilton Farm, Wilkens avenue and Maiden Choice road, George J. Zaiser, owner, was destroyed by fire early...
Kirk Douglas will be paying tribute to his old friend and frequent co-star Burt Lancaster at the UCLA Film & Television Archive's June 7 screening of their classic 1957 western, “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral” at the Billy Wilder Theater in...
The harlequin ladybird was once a stalwart ally of greenhouse growers around the world. Native to Japan, Korea and other parts of eastern Asia, the bright red ladybugs were prized for their aphid-eating abilities — until they caused serious declines...
Tags: Ecosystems, Germany, Conservation, Biology, Environmental Issues
Here is an alarming statistic, as reported by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) (2012), ďAgriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting was one of only two private industries to experience an increase in the rate of injuries and illnesses in 2011...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Legislature has sent Gov. Jay Nixon a bill that would require colleges and universities to develop targeted testing programs for tuberculosis. Under the legislation, any student who refuses to participate...
WASHINGTON — When Bolivian President Evo Morales expelled the U.S. Agency for International Development from his impoverished country last week, he complained that Washington "still has a mentality of domination and submission" in the region. It...
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