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It wasn’t solely the luck of the Irish that brought businessman Dr. Pearse Lyons, the founder and president of the Nicholasville-based Alltech, Ireland’s “Business Person of the Year” award from Business and Finance. The...
email@example.comIf there is one thing Days Divide does not want to be, it's labeled — not by the music industry and not by their audience. They aren't backed by a mainstream production label, nor do they fall under the stereotypical label of a "Christian band."...
I wonder where our beloved country is heading. I ordered my sandwich at Chick-fil-A to commend a Christian man who expressed his view on what marriage has been for thousands of years. Our president agreed until he became politically correct. I...
The Winchester SunA recent George Rogers Clark High School graduate will soon add seven new countries to her passport pages, thanks to her long dedication to music. Lindsey Hannan, a five-year veteran of the GRC Marching Band, is one of about 200 student musicians...
Thursday, Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts will present the Brentano String Quartet in a program of Bach, Busoni, and Beethoven. Since its inception in 1992, the Brentano String Quartet has appeared throughout the world to critical...
Contributing ColumnistMy wife and I were the only customers in the souvenir and gift shop, lone shoppers during an off-season in Daytona Beach, Fla. The lady at the cash register was kind but guarded, like the person checking your ID at airport security. But something about...
Contributing WriterHubert Miracle of Stanford bears a scar on his left leg as a reminder of his World War II service. He suffers other, less visible scars on the inside, from things he saw while fighting on the beaches of Normandy and during days of bombings in Northern...
Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts will host the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of conductor Roman Leontiev and featuring acclaimed pianist Alexander Pirozhenko. The concert is set for Friday. Founded in the years...
The National Audubon Society’s midwinter bird count for Danville and the surrounding area was held on Dec. 17, 2011. It was a cool day with cloudy skies that became partly cloudy in the afternoon. The number of species sighted — 68 —...
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Journal columnist“Work harder: Millions on welfare are counting on you.” I must admit the pithy bumper sticker made me chuckle. I appreciate wit even when sometimes it cuts. As I reflected on Labor Day about the current frenzy about the dismal reports on...
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Jess Clarkson, Jr., 86, of Kings Mountain is still “tough as a pine knot” like he was when he fought his way across Italy, France and into Germany during World War II. The former infantryman’s memory is sharp as a tack too and his...
Beeding studies aboard tall ship WOODS HOLE, Mass. — Ryne Beeding of Stanford is enrolled in SEA Semester, a study abroad program through SEA Education Association in Woods Hole,¿Mass., while away from studies at Bluegrass Community College....
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