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email@example.comFRANKFORT — Frank X Walker kept his eyes downcast or closed Wednesday as he listened closely to the words of his predecessors as Kentucky poet laureate echo off the granite in the rotunda of the state Capitol. His head nodded in appreciation when...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor more than 40 years, many in Wilmore who felt a little sick, needed to have their blood pressure or sugar checked, or maybe just needed an understanding ear have known just where to go. Right on Main Street, just a few doors down from City Hall, they...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Students at Stanford Elementary School were treated to a very musical black-history event Friday afternoon. The gymnasium was packed out at the end of the school day for "From Africa to America," a special two-man show tracing the roots...
Contributing WriterPatience isn’t only a virtue. It’s also a necessary weapon in successfully opposing policies resurrected from history’s ash heap to threaten our economic and social freedom. However, patience gets harder to maintain – by the...
When faced with the realization that he would have an entire semester off from college, Danville native Josh Miller began looking for ways to use that time to benefit others. Miller, a 2010 graduate of Boyle County High School, is a student at the...
WILMORE — On Oct. 2, Asbury Theological Seminary and One Mission Society signed a memorandum of understanding inking the organizations in a mutual partnership designed to advance the discipling of nations through the ministry of theological...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile Nicholasville Elementary School is undergoing its comprehensive renovation next year, students will be working on building a brand new Nicholasville Elementary — in Africa. Music teacher Matt Sanders has started the “U.S. to Africa&...
Tags: Music, Schools, Mali, Entertainment, Elementary Schools
Journal columnist“From here to Timbuktu ...” I used to think that mysterious name was just a euphemism representing the most remote place on earth. Then I met a man who was born there. Roland is the son of African missionaries stationed there, and he is the...
Tags: Schools, Mali, Elementary Schools
email@example.comOrganizers expect the return of what had become a traditional march through downtown Danville in honor of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday will draw more people after a year off. As usual, the commemorative celebration will be held on the day...
For Steve and Terri Humble of Winchester, Peter Pan’s Neverland is in their very own attic. The two, whose first date was at the Cincinnati Art Museum on Super Bowl Sunday, have long been fans of the arts, and their house shows it. Covering...
Tags: Museums, Artists, Genes and Chromosomes, Arts and Culture, Arts
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) - Libyan rebels claimed to be in control of most of the Libyan capital on Monday after their lightning advance on Tripoli heralded the fall of Moammar Gadhafi's nearly 42-year regime. Scattered battles erupted, and the mercurial...
Centre College Communications Fellow“In Dependence,” by Sarah Ladipo Manyika, was chosen as this year’s first-year book because of both what it can teach first- years and also because of how it relates to their own current experience. First-year students are now on Centre&...
Tags: Culture, Europe, Colleges and Universities, Racism, Students
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