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Contributing ColumnistFor the last two years we’ve heard the same mantra from the GOP and its mouthpiece, FOX News: “We have a spending problem, not a revenue problem.” It’s usually said with solemnity and sometimes a hint of compassion, as if the...
email@example.comWhen Danville resident Albert Strunk was growing up in Germany, it was a holiday tradition to have a handmade nativity scene near the Christmas tree. Strunk, 69, left Old World Germany for the New World of the United States in 1961. But the tradition...
Tags: Holidays, Jesus Christ
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,...
Sun Sports EditorThen Philip went down to the city of Samaria, and preached Christ unto them. And the people with one accord gave heed unto those things which Philip spake, hearing and seeing the miracles which he did. For unclean spirits, crying with loud voice, came out...
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Contributing WriterThis election is a clear choice between “big government” and “small government” ideologies. The term “big/small government” refers to the scope of government economic control; it is about who gets to choose —...
Contributing writerThis month, the Arts Center’s Lunch with the Arts Program will feature Kathleen O’Brien, a local artist whose “Gardenshapes” collection was on display at the Arts Center in July. This month, O’Brien returns for a lunchtime...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture
firstname.lastname@example.orgEllis Delahousay is raking in the accolades. It’s no surprise, really. He showed well as a track and field athlete at Mercer County High School, from which he graduated in 2009. He went on to study culinary arts at Sullivan University and, while a...
Contributing writerThree Durr brothers came from Virginia to Kentucky in the early 1800s and settled near Sharpsville in Washington County. The Durrs paid 50 cents per acre for 2,000 acres of land that was in the Chaplin River bottom, along the hills covered in large...
A budget deal is in the works to trim defense spending by half a trillion dollars over a 10 year period, and the Defense Department has already identified many of the aspects of its spending to accomplish that goal. If Congress cannot agree on the...
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...
email@example.comWhen Jim and Sheree Gage moved to Danville nearly six years ago, they didn’t know anyone locally. “We moved here without knowing one single, solitary soul,” Jim said. The couple had attended a family reunion in Louisville in August...
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...
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