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email@example.comLEXINGTON — Kentucky coach John Calipari recently told ESPN.com that sophomore guard Doron Lamb was his team’s “best basketball player,” even though the Wildcats return senior Darius Miller and sophomore Terrence Jones and also...
1911There will be a showing at the Danville Opera House of the genuine Tanhouser picture of The Coronation of King George 5th, of England. These pictures show the coronation, the royal procession, the starving peasants, etc. They have never been show in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJ.B. Holmes started this year’s PGA Tour superbly, but in recent months his play dropped off for reasons that were very obvious to those around him. “It’s hard to put the ball in the hole when you are seeing three of them (holes),&...
Staff WriterDr. Christopher Marek quietly defies the stereotypes of plastic surgeons. He doesn’t assume his vision of beauty is best or feel comfortable when patients ask him “What do I need to have done?” He’s taken his medical and...
A local Boy Scout living with brain damage and paralysis isn’t letting that get in the way of his longtime goal of becoming an Eagle Scout. In October 2008, then 17-year-old Cedric Geouge of Winchester, who was an active Boy Scout and summer camp...
August is going to be a hot one at the library, with a plethora (which is not a type of shell) of interesting and unique programs. Lets begin with a preview of the end of the month when one of our most popular events occurs: The ninth annual Local History...
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Dr. Arthur K. Rivard has been an eye doctor in Danville for more than 20 years and is not shy when lending his view point on a just who should engage in eye surgery and who shouldn't. "For the record, ophthalmologists such as myself are eye doctors that...
email@example.comKentucky coach Joker Phillips made an early appearance at the Kentucky Football Coaches Association summer clinic last week at Centre College. Rather than wait and come with defensive coordinator Rick Minter for his talk after lunch Thursday, Phillips...
The na´ve accuse those who want to reform Medicaid of caring only about costs and not about the poor who benefit from the $384-billion-a-year program. áIf only it were true that the 50 million Americans —924,000 Kentuckians — now on...
The Winchester SunEven after 54 years of service, JoEtta Paynter wasn’t sure she wanted to leave her job as a surgical nurse at Lexington’s St. Joseph Hospital. At 76-years-old, though, she decided it was time to do something else for a while. “Time to...
The Winchester SunThis is the first in a three-part series on Relay for Life. Clark Family Court Judge Jeff Walson is just carryin’ on like an old friend taught him. As Relay for Life approaches, Walson, the keynote speaker, remembers last year’s event. His...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile both have a passion for athletics, Michelle Howell of Boyle County and Alli Grant of Mercer County are also just as passionate about academics and community service. That’s why the two seniors have been named the Danville Office Equipment...
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