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Contributing WriterHave you thought about examining your will and revising it if the pets you mentioned are deceased and you have new pets to care for? Just a thought, but let’s think about some common sense ways to care for our living pets right now. Dogs normally...
Tags: Pets, Alzheimer's Disease
email@example.comThe six members of Kentucky School for the Deaf’s Class of 2013, along with first-year principal Soraya Matthews, had a lot to celebrate Thursday. This year’s KSD class was somewhat smaller in size than usual, Matthews said in an interview...
Tags: Students, Graduation, Education, Teaching and Learning
Guest ColumnistDanville is an old city that has long benefitted from the contributions of new residents. Newcomers who have lived here only a couple of decades have joined natives whose family trees have been growing in the soil of Boyle County for two centuries to...
Contributing WriterThe loss of hearing is serious. Many folks go around, never noticing they are losing their hearing. Youth today who listen to music through their Ipod’s ear buds will find themselves progressively losing their hearing in two to three years. People...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Apple iPod
As the November election is approaching, we would like to give our utmost support to a people’s person, Paul Smiley, who is running for Danville City Commission. Paul Smiley has very impressive credentials, with the strong dedication of serving the...
Tags: Values, Religion and Belief, Ethics
James Hester, 86, a long time resident of Danville, died Thurs., Oct. 11, 2012, at his residence. Born March 2, 1926, in Paint Lick, he was a son of the late James Burgin and Jessie Spillman Hester. He attended Kentucky School for the Deaf and graduated...
Contributing WriterThe fifth child of Paul and Irene Bugg Best of Mackville began a tradition that would set a world record in deaf education. Garland Best was deaf and his deafness had a tremendous affect on the family - all positive. Garland was born Sept. 8, 1931,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn salons, there are standards noises going around: hairspray being spritzed, hairdryers loudly humming, and people talking and laughing. Despite growing up around hairdressers and being a hairdresser for four years, Gloria Kriausky doesn’t know...
Contributing WriterA reader asked that I address the subject of deaf dogs, including how to treat them as household pets, how to train them and what the causes of deafness are. It took some digging but I found a good article in “Off Lead” magazine, the...
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Art day camp The camp will offer a variety of unique art activities including but not limited to digital photography, painting, glass mosaics, and wire and jewelry work. The elements of art and principles of design will be the underlying focus of all...
email@example.comThough the 13 members of the Kentucky School for the Deaf Class of 2012 originally hail from different parts of the state, their close bond was evident during Friday’s graduation ceremony. Spirits were high as students, teachers, family members and...
Tags: Students, Education, Teaching and Learning
Associated PressLOUISVILLE — Charles Mitchell won’t be able to hear the crowd noise or announcements when he goes to a University of Kentucky football game this fall, but he will be able to track announcements and read the words to “My Old Kentucky...
Tags: Kentucky Wildcats, Sports, Justice System, Judges, Trials
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