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TODAY — AARP driving class, 1-5 p.m., Clark County Extension Office. Cost is $12 for AARP members, and $14 for non-members. — Harold G. Epperson Medal of Honor Detachment No. 113 Marine Corps League officer meeting, 5 p.m., Winchester City...
TODAY — Clark County Friends of the Library preview book sale for Friends of the Library members only, 5-7 p.m., 370 S. Burns Ave. Memberships for Friends of the Library available at the door. Donations of gently used books are being accepted...
Heartworm disease in dogs is caused by a blood parasite called Dirofilaria immitis. The adult worms literally live inside of dogs’ hearts. Just like many other worms, heartworms don’t have eyes, ears, noses, or legs. However, there are male...
Central Baptist Church will host a community forum to discuss the problem of illegal drugs and pills in the community. The forum is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11. Winchester Mayor Ed Burtner, who said previously that Winchester has a serious...
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This year, Gov. Rick Scott of Florida pushed through his state legislature a bill requiring that all welfare recipients be tested for illegal drugs. Their findings are very interesting. Approximately two in 100 of those persons tested showed evidence...
Talent showcase planned for special needs kids Sisterhood of the Tryst, with sponsorship by The Beacon Youth Services Center, will present “Dare to Dream”, a beauty and talent showcase for kids with special needs, 2 p.m. Saturday at...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilmore votes to keep ad valorem taxes the same The Wilmore City Council voted unanimously to keep ad valorem property taxes the same for 2011. The rate includes taxes on non-real-estate property, such as motor vehicles, watercraft and horse trailers,...
The observance of the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks last week has given renewed emphasis to the importance for community and personal preparedness. Along the same lines, the recent release of the new movie “Contagion,&...
Charged — Chad E. Hisle, 25, of 6766 Paris Road, was charged Tuesday with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. — Crystal L. Rice, 44, of 26 Sterling St., was charged Tuesday with third-degree possession of a controlled...
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STANFORD — The Messiah Anglican Church of God has launched a Christian-based recovery program that will meet at the Ephraim McDowell-Fort Logan Hospital’s Lincoln Conference Room at 110 Metker Trail. The new program will be from 7 to 9 p.m....
On summer break, the last thing students and school staff want to think about is going back to school in August. However, for parents, now is the time to begin planning for the new school year. There are a few health related obligations to fulfill...
RICHMOND — Members of Eastern Kentucky University Corps Program are coordinating Make A Difference Day food drives at schools throughout the region. The schools will donate all the food collected to their local food banks and to Family Resource...
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