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U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell blitzed the area Friday, making brief stops in Mercer, Lincoln, Garrard and Boyle counties to discuss his recent trip to Afghanistan and what he doesn’t like about the current Democratic administration’s...
The Winchester SunCommunity and government leaders joined together with Clark County Community Education Program officials Monday to celebrate Winchester and Clark County’s selection as one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People and some of the area’s...
Tags: Health, Kentucky, Elections, Government, Substance Abuse
email@example.comRunning may be primarily a source of stress relief for David Anderson, but it has taken him to some new heights and interesting places over the past 12 months. The Centre College professor enjoyed one of his best running years in 2010, and he has big...
Tags: Triathlon, Travel, Elections, Government, Trips and Vacations
Guest columnistThe Obama administration claims the government can “create jobs” through technology, particularly green technology. The president argues that the technology is there, and all it needs is a “nudge” from the government. He does not...
Contributing columnistWashington Post blogger Ezra Klein stated on MSNBC’s “The Daily Record” that the text of the U.S. Constitution “is confusing because it was written more than 100 years ago, and what people believe it says differs from person to...
Debra Hoskins, who helped Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts attract prestigious performers over the years, has been chosen by Eastern Kentucky University to be executive director of its new Center for the Performing Arts. Hoskins brings 20...
Tags: Colleges and Universities, Elections, Culture, Arts, Vince Gill
Contributing columnistOur nation’s founders thought so little of the British crown’s “taxation without representation” policy that they fought a revolution over it. I’m fairly certain they also wouldn’t embrace today’s “...
Shanice White described herself as reserved at the beginning of high school. But after attending a youth leadership camp, she emerged as the charismatic president of KSD’s Student Body Government. “I learned not to be so shy, to break...
No fooling: We should elect Moffett, Trump To the Sun: Those of us who plan to vote on May 17 need to ask our political leaders a simple question: What kind of fools do you think we are? Let me explain. I watched the KET debate from Monday night and...
A Kentucky governor’s race is usually a major political event, but judging by the few absentee ballots that have been cast, county and state election officials are expecting turnout to be light in Tuesday’s primary election. One reason is...
The Winchester SunEighty-seven George Rogers Clark seniors were honored Monday for the 124 scholarships they earned to continue their education at the college level in the fall. The students, names of awards and institutions they will attend are: — Mason Cates,...
Judge James Hillary Mulligan famously wrote that politics are the darnedest in Kentucky. Actually, he used a different word that rhymes with “grandest” in his 1902 poem “In Kentucky,” but if I used that word in print, my mother...
Tags: Public Officials, Kentucky, John Lackey, Elections, Government
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