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TODAY — Junior schedule pick-up/fee collection at George Rogers Clark High School, 2-6 p.m. Fees are $65 and any other outstanding obligations. Students are asked to complete parking pass applications and drug consent forms before their scheduled...
Pivonka receives physician-assistant degree Christopher R. Pivonka of Nicholasville received his master of medical science degree in physician assistant studies at the inaugural-class graduation of the Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of...
Hayley Barbato, daughter of Ron and Karen Barbato of Danville, has had one of her photographs selected by Colors of Life, a worldwide photography competition that brings awareness to the less fortunate children of the world. Colors of Life, a non-profit...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe colder weather is moving into Jessamine County, and so are the germs. The Kentucky Department for Public Health announced Wednesday that Jessamine County was home to the season’s first “lab-confirmed case of influenza” in the state....
Every day on her way home from work, Leia Begley used to make a stop. Living several miles out of town, Begley said she always made sure she had a pack of cigarettes to take home with her. For the past five weeks, that routine has changed. After 26...
Tags: Diseases and Illnesses, COPD, Quitting Smoking, Health, Cancer
You have probably formed your own opinion of the Occupy movement as it reaches its two-month anniversary. Starting with Occupy Wall Street, and then spreading to cities across the country, the Occupiers have rightfully received lots of media coverage,...
The Winchester SunParents with students entering kindergarten and sixth grade this year will find some new regulations concerning their children’s immunization requirements. The Kentucky Department of Public Health recently announced that some vaccines, which...
Most visitors to the festival are used to seeing The Advocate Brass Band in its role as host band, but this Danville-based group formed in 1987 has performed in 10 countries on three continents.The group was founded by George Foreman (former managing...
Support Relay for Life with purple ribbons Please help us paint the town purple in support of Relay For Life on June 17. The walk will be held at George Rogers Clark High School. Relay For Life is a world-wide event to honor those who have lost their...
Tags: Homes, Relay for Life, New York City, Genres, Health
Have you ever experienced any rules, policies, protocols and regulations with regards to your pets? Most of us are used to certain rules and regulations, such as no pets allowed in a particular hotel or pets must be on a leash in a recreational park....
email@example.comAfter Larry Myricks finished fourth in the long jump at the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, he met with his coach to discuss his future. “I met him for lunch and his conversation to me was, ‘You know man, you can’t jump forever and we&...
Almost three decades ago, I was attending an Army school that included ethics classes as part of the curriculum. At one such class, a panel of senior officers were brought in to be tormented by the students over the question of fraternization, a hot topic...
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