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During the East Kentucky United Nations Assembly, Boyle County Middle School’s 67-member delegation was selected for the best/most outstanding delegation, the top award of the conference, as well as individual students bringing home various other...
Tags: YMCA, Students, Belgium, Samoa, Middle Schools
Editor's note: This is the unabridged version of the condensed article that appeared in the Jan. 17 Interior Journal. This article is the first in a series to commemorate the War of 1812 Bicentennial. The Congress of the United States has...
Tags: Martin van Buren, Massacres, Prisons, John Adams, Zachary Taylor
June B. France 1933-2012 HARRODSBURG — June B. France, 79, of Harrodsburg, died Tuesday. Born June 10, 1933, in Mercer County, she was a daughter of the late Herbert O. and Lois Huffman Burns. She was a retired Harlow Elementary School teacher...
Larry Allen France, 55, of Winchester passed away Wednesday, Nov. 21, in the Clark Regional Medical Center. He was born in Grayson on July 22, 1957, to Willa Bea Adkins France and the late Paul Allen France. Larry was a carpenter and a former coal miner....
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The Winchester SunIn the winter of 1944, the snow came. It came full-force, dropping two feet on the Ardennes region of Belgium. That was the winter Cova Duvall nearly lost his feet, when he wondered how much worse things could get. The snow was blinding, and heavy cloud...
Contributing WriterLANCASTER — With 90 years under his belt, Walter Arnold of Lancaster, has gained a lot of perspective on the war he entered 70 years ago. The World War II Army sergeant, who commanded a 10-man squad as part of the 329th Anti-Tank Company,...
The following students were among the 37 George Rogers Clark High School juniors who were selected to the National Council on Youth Leadership Youth Salute. The students were recognized at a banquet and awards ceremony at Georgetown College in May....
Guest ColumnistJournalists are in the business of telling the news, not hiding it. But there are times — very few times, despite conspiracy-and-bias claims fueled by a media-criticism cottage industry — when news organizations do decide to hold the news...
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...
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