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Associated PressMOSCOW (AP) - With a blinding flash and a booming shock wave, a meteor blazed across the sky over Russia's Ural Mountains region Friday and exploded with the force of an atomic bomb, injuring more than 1,000 people as it blasted out windows and spread...
Tags: News Agency, Space Programs, Government, Astronomy, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgLIBERTY — A judge denied bond reduction requests for two of the men charged in the murder of Gleason Pyles, in part because of concern that their connections to an outlaw motorcycle gang would allow them to be spirited away and avoid prosecution...
Tags: Murder, Justice System, Lebanon, Lawyers, Shootings
email@example.comFederal Immigration and Customs Enforcement has identified a Hispanic man arrested Saturday in a domestic assault case. After his arrest, Boyle County Sheriff’s Department placed the man who called himself Pedro Floras in immigration detainment...
Traditional red and green colors are well represented in the flowers available for the holidays. Poinsettias, the most popular and spectacular holiday flowers, can combine both these colors. The poinsettia was named for Joel Robert Poinsett, an amateur...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSand artist Joe Castillo will bring the talent that captivated thousands of viewers this past summer through the television hit, “America’s Got Talent,” to Asbury University on Dec. 7. Castillo will present a multi-media performance...
Ephraim McDowell associate appointed to board Tressa Mason, general counsel and corporate compliance officer at Ephraim McDowell Health, recently was elected to serve on the Heart of Danville board of directors. Mason, a native of New Haven, Conn.,...
Contributing WriterNearly every day upon opening the newspaper or turning on the national news, the average citizen gets another “shock and awe” dose of scandal, corruption and fraud involving government agencies. Secret Service agents, members of a...
In 2004, U.S. Army sniper Sgt. Brian Kremer got a confirmed kill in Iraq at 2,300 meters using a Barrett .50 caliber rifle. While shooting like Kremer’s is the result of extensive training and innate ability, a lot of credit can go to the weapon...
Tags: Firearms, Hank Johnson, Defense, U.S. Army, Eric Holder
Soon the soldiers, sailors and those connected to the Iraqi war will be coming home. The very thought of this can make me teary eyed. I have great respect for our military and all the sacrifices they go through to fight for our country. I can just...
Tags: American Legion, Germany, Frostbite
STANFORD — Forrest Williams, 88, of Stanford died Tuesday. Born May 5, 1923, in Kings Mountain, he was a son of the late Milford and Carrie Reed Williams. He was the widower of Betty Williams. Survivors include seven children, Bob Williams of...
Tags: Florida, Human Interest, Gary, Indianapolis, Mexico City
After studying about Mexico since January, elementary students at Kentucky School for the Deaf were rewarded with a fiesta Friday at Walker Hall. Students performed dances and rituals, displayed crafts such as Aztec shields, played maracas and castanets,...
Tags: Kentucky, Human Interest
It seems everyone has an opinion on the massive Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico last summer. A myriad of media figures, corporate public relations employees, government spokespeople, environmentalists, politicians and pundits all...
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