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Adam Royce Morefield was born in Lexington on Oct. 18, 1981, to Darrell and Linda Morefield of Winchester. He came into our lives a beautiful squalling infant and left as an amazing young man who had touched the lives of so many more people than we...
Governor Steve Beshear's running mate for this November's gubernatorial contest, Jerry E. Abramson, visited with two dozen Democrats at Stanford's Depot Restaurant Monday afternoon to introduce himself and to update party members on what to expect in...
Since 1941, the United States has been in an almost constant state of war. Korea followed closely on the heels of the close of World War II and Vietnam not long after the truce of 1953 beginning with “advisers” and escalating to a half-...
email@example.comIn today’s world, the war on terror has required countless men and women who serve in the reserve or guard to leave their families and jobs to be sent overseas to fight the battle. Nearly every occupation has dealt with the prolonged absence and the...
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Justice has been done. Nearly 10 years since the 9/11 attacks that left more than 3,000 Americans dead, Osama bin Laden was killed by a small team of U.S. military personnel operating under the authority of the Central Intelligence Agency. We first want...
President Obama reiterates that we will not deploy ground troops in Libya. Our enemies don’t need spies anymore, as our government and our press will tell them everything they wish to know. I served 21 years in the military, 13 years of which...
The big fight in Washington is over the budget. What to cut and how to balance it. I have a suggestion that is sure to help. Get out of Afghanistan today. End that stupid, stupid war today. Get out of Iraq today. Don’t wait. These decade-long...
The Winchester SunIn his first letter to Timothy, the Apostle Paul urged praying for “all those in authority, that we may have peaceful and quiet lives ….” On a frigid Saturday morning, local officials, pastors and community residents gathered at...
Dear Editor, While checking out at Walmart the other day, the cashier looked at the cap I was wearing and asked, “Sir, were you in the military?” I proudly answered, “Yes sir, United States Marine Corps.” He asked, “Were you...
The Winchester SunRICHMOND — Tears of joy flowed freely from Andrea Wasson’s eyes as she and her husband Carl watched their sons Ryan and Andy step off a bus Friday along with other soldiers from the Kentucky National Guard’s 2123rd Transportation Company...
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Army Staff Sgt. Donald A. Thornton Jr. returned to his duty station in Vilseck, Germany, on May 11 following an 11-month tour in Afghanistan. Thornton is assigned to the 2nd Stryker Calvary Regiment. His previous tours in Afghanistan and Iraq were with...
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