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Editor’s note: A letter to the editor in Friday’s Sun written by Bonnie Carrington speaking out against the middle school merger, was incorrectly attributed to Gina Lang. The following is the letter Lang submitted. Right decision on old...
firstname.lastname@example.orgTwo local students will be on prime-time television as part of a youth panel discussing political issues the night of the Oct. 11 vice-presidential debate at Centre College. Maya Craig-Lauer, 17, a senior at Danville High School, and Eric Hagan, 17, a...
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Students, Education, Schools, Weight
Be sure you’ve marked your calendar for Oct. 2! Enjoy a day of fun and physical activity all in the midst of beautiful Clark County. Clark County’s Second Sunday event is being held on the Winchester Traveling Trail. The event will take place...
The Winchester SunOn a recent Wednesday afternoon, the George Rogers Clark High School track was a bit more crowded than usual. A group of local elementary school students were busy stretching, warming up and, eventually, running time trials to test their fitness....
Tags: Teaching and Learning, Students, Education, ING Group, Schools
email@example.comBeginning Aug. 28, the Jessamine County Health Department (JCHD) will offer a new session of “Strong Women,” a free 10-week moderate-intensity exercise program for women aged 50 and over. Strong Women is designed to improve the health and...
Many of us are aware that we need to make healthy food choices such as eating fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low-fat or fat-free milk and milk products and lean protein foods. But what many do not realize is that making healthy food choices also...
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The Winchester SunWhen school starts Aug. 9, students are going to notice a few changes in their school lunches after new federal nutrition guidelines go into effect. Under the USDA’s Healthy Hunger Free Act, which is aimed at addressing the nation’s obesity...
The Winchester SunTwo local elementary schools are among a handful in Kentucky to receive a federal grant to provide fresh fruit and vegetables to students. Fannie Bush and Shearer elementary schools received more than $30,000 from the Department of Agriculture’s...
FRANKFORT — Kentucky’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America members won many awards and accolades at the FCCLA 2012 National Leadership Conference. More than 150 Kentucky FCCLA members, advisers, alumni and guests joined 6,800...
County coronerIn my last column, I described peripheral arterial disease (PAD), which is a condition affecting the arteries, especially of the legs. Deep vein thrombosis, or DVT, is a condition affecting the veins. While PAD takes years to develop, DVT can develop...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s been a long fight and a long-distance effort for an engaged couple to open Nicholasville’s first 24-hour gym. Anytime Fitness is already selling memberships and will be open soon at 459 Keene Centre Drive. James Adamitis and Aimee...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — Former Kentucky and NFL player Artose Pinner knows about overcoming adversity. He had to wait until his senior season to get his shot at playing running back at UK, and had to overcome constant coaching changes and position battles...
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