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I promised you an update on my cancer this week. To me, having cancer has been like walking up a steep set of stairs. There are so many steps you have to take before you get to descend the stairs. I guess that is how I am experiencing it. I have had so...
Track & Field Q&A: Barksdale, Joyner-Kersee would like to come back to Centre College for track firstname.lastname@example.orgFormer Olympians Jackie Joyner-Kersee and Sharieffa Barksdale organized a track and field camp that was held in Harrodsburg in 2010 and expanded to Centre College this week. The two former Olympians had 10 other current or former Olympians at Centre to...
Within the past 13 months, I have lost a 11 family members. This past week, I was shocked to learn that my cousin Jimmy Potts had passed away during the night. I was so saddened by his death. I admired him so very much. In this article I am going to...
Tags: Dialysis, Diabetes, Office and Retail Spaces, Alabama, Rentals
City commissioner’s AEDs challenge To the Sun: On May 2, I donated $500 to the Winchester Fire-EMS toward the purchase of one AED (automated external defibrillator) of two that are needed. I am challenging all downtown businesses to donate $100...
Tags: Kentucky, Human Interest, Public Officials, Health, Heart Attack
Jessamine County CoronerIf you over hear your children or grandchildren discussing bath salts, don’t be fooled into thinking they have suddenly gotten interested in soaking in the tub. More than likely, they are discussing a relatively new phenomenon that began sweeping...
email@example.comThe Jessamine County Central Communications center will soon add some new technology to their 911 toolbox. The county is jumping on board with a national program called Smart911, which will allow those who work or live in Jessamine County to add...
Tags: Emergency Planning, Technology, Allergies, Cell Phones, Kentucky
THURSDAY — Every Thursday morning in February and March, the Wilmore Senior Community Center will offer “Matter of Balance” classes from 10 a.m. to noon. The class is free and open to the public. For more information, call 858-3865,...
The Winchester SunAlice Tucker authored Clark County’s adult literacy initiative three decades ago, but on Saturday, surrounded by friends and family, she was momentarily at a loss for words. “You’ve asked me to make a speech when I’m...
TODAY — Life Hurts, God Heals, group for teenagers who have experienced pain related to troubled family dynamics, depression, drinking, drugs, cutting, pornography, eating disorders, anger and other issues, Calvary Christian Church, 7-9 p.m. For...
JUNCTION CITY — It was an August afternoon in Arkansas when Elizabeth Guillen was told there was a donor heart ready for her son. In the past, she hadn’t wanted to believe her little Jaydon would need an all-out transplant. Among all the...
Guest 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...
While 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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