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The Winchester SunStudents interested in attending classes at Bluegrass Community and Technical College Winchester Campus during the six-week Summer I session have one more week to register. Classes for the first summer session begin May 8, but Campus Director Bruce...
The Winchester SunA new group at the Clark County Public Library has taken the book out of book club. Instead, the group focuses on the outside discussion that arises at book club. “There’s always a problem with book clubs. And the problem with book clubs...
A Winchester Police detective who specializes in crimes against children has brought back a deeper insight into how to solve those crimes, thanks to a national conference he attended last week. Winchester Police Detective Harold Jones attended the 23rd...
A decade ago, operatives of the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda, boarded planes at Boston's Logan Airport and began an operation that would shake our nation to its roots. The terrorists, several of whom had attended flight schools within the United...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe school psychologist at Jessamine Early Learning Village got a feather in her cap when she was recognized last month by the Kentucky Association for Psychology in the Schools (KAPS). Brittany Gray received a regional award at the annual KAPS...
GRADUATES Transylvania University: Ann Eversole Harris graduated May 28 with a bachelor’s fegree in psychology. She is a 2007 graduate of Burgin Independent School and the daughter of Guy and Priscilla Harris of Burgin. Dean’s list...
email@example.comPartnership between West Jessamine High School and Sutherland Chevrolet Caps off with Check Presentation West Jessamine High School Assistant Principal Jimmy Brehm was presented a check for $1,400 by Louis Glaver of Sutherland Chevrolet as the final...
Contributing columnistJonathan Haidt, a prominent University of Virginia social psychologist, is asking some very important questions about his discipline. These questions have consequences for all of higher education. He is concerned about the absence of conservatives in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAsbury University men’s soccer coach Ben Andrews has a bit of an upper hand when recruiting players from West Jessamine. His connection to Colts soccer is one that is as thick as blood; his brother Nathan Andrews is West’s boys’ soccer...
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Savanna Beauchamp Barnett - High School: Mercer County Senior High School - Achievements: Two-time state finalist with the MCSHS Marching Band, ranked No. 1 in the girls singles division of the Central Kentucky Tennis Series for two years, A and A-B...
Kimberly Diane Schriefer, 45, died Saturday, April 30, at her residence. She was born Dec. 14, 1965, in Davenport, Iowa. She received her degree in psychology from the University of Kentucky and her masters degree in clinical psychology from Morehead...
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