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Mallory Lauren Edmiston Goggans, 25, of Danville, died Aug. 7, 2011, at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center following a battle with pulmonary hypertension. Born Aug. 1, 1986, in Danville, she was the daughter of Billie "Debie" Wise and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHUSTONVILLE — Students at Hustonville Elementary School will get to sleep in a couple of extra mornings as the opening day of classes there has been postponed until Monday as efforts to address mold at the school continue. Students at all other...
Yeast football camp returns to YMCA Wilderness Trace Family YMCA in Harrodsburg will host the fourth annual Craig Yeast Elite Skills Football Camp 9 a.m.-1 p.m. July 18-19. The camp will be held at Alvis Johnson Football Field (old Harrodsburg High...
Dollars for Scholars recipients announced The Danville/Boyle County Dollars for Scholars Foundation has announced 67 scholarships totaling $36,000. Recipients will receive monetary awards July 14 at Danville Country Club. Recipients and parents are...
email@example.comStarting today, senior citizens who received services, including weekday meal delivery, at home from the Boyle County Senior Citizens Center will have a new provider for the first time in almost three decades. The center was informed recently that...
Tags: United Way , Health, Aging
Poison hemlock, which was introduced to the United States as an ornamental in the 1800s, is widespread throughout most of the state and much of North America. In the past, it was typically found along roadways, abandoned lots, fencerows and other non-...
There are no homeless shelters in Danville and surrounding communities, so there is no obvious place to go if you are on the streets and in need of a place to spend the night. That same situation makes it difficult to locate homeless people and count...
Tags: Social Issues, United Way , Millennium Park, Health, Hypothermia
Members of the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce were dancing the night away Friday, introducing a departure from the traditional annual banquet format. The idea appeared to be a hit, as attendance was strong at Centre College’s Cowan Dining...
The Winchester Sun“Preach the gospel at all times. When necessary, use words.” — St. Francis of Assisi He was a small, unkempt man, another homeless drunk looking for a handout. I asked him how he was, and he held my eyes, making sure I had his...
Tags: Jim Wallis, Frostbite, Health, Christianity, Human Interest
Weight loss and weight gain are a balancing act for many of us. We consume calories through the foods we eat and our body can then use it or expend the calories through physical activity. When we consume more calories than our body uses that’s...
Correction A caption under a photograph of the Martin Luther King celebration in yesterday’s Sun incorrectly identified Eastside Baptist Church Pastor Joe Price as being pastor of Grace Bible Church. Lee Cruse is the pastor of Grace Bible Church....
Contributing columnistWhile the Kentucky Senate did pass meaningful legislation dealing with school choice, tax reform and state sovereignty during the first week of this year’s General Assembly session, there was still too much of business-as-usual activity in...
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