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firstname.lastname@example.orgMartha Raddatz told one on herself Sunday during her commencement address to Centre College’s Class of 2013. The highly decorated and respected ABC foreign correspondent who has reported from war zones around the world, the White House and the...
Contributing WriterAll across the United States, May 12 will be observed as a special day. It is Mother’s Day, and it is the 106th anniversary of the first Mother’s Day observance. That first observance was held in Andrews Methodist Church in Grafton, W.Va.,...
Contributing WriterFORKLAND, Ky. - The Lincoln Museum at Forkland Community Center has new exhibits for the summer, said Wayne Thurman, museum director. Thurman said the museum has research materials about Forkland families and others in the surrounding area and new...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Centre College President John Roush had a much younger audience than he's probably used to on March 27, when he paid a visit to Stanford Elementary School. Roush, Centre's 20th president, spoke to students about the 16th president of...
One of the many tragedies of the Civil War was the divided loyalties that led to Kentuckians fighting on opposite sides. Being a border state, Kentucky saw many instances of “brother against brother” during the war. A number of well known...
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FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Historical Society features historic downtown Danville in a new smartphone application tour. KHS launched a series of “ExploreKYHistory” smartphone tours in summer 2012. Available tour themes now include Civil...
Mary Todd Lincoln, wife of the 16th president and first lady of the United States from 1861 to 1865, will be in the spotlight at the 6:30 p.m. Dec. 13 Second Thursday program at the Bluegrass Heritage Museum. A native of Lexington and a member of a...
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Editor’s Note: The following is a press release from Centre College. On Oct. 5, 2000, Centre College in Danville — population 16,000 — became the smallest campus in the smallest community ever to host a general election debate, an...
District 73 State RepresentativeFRANKFORT — Thanksgiving is always a special holiday for many of us, because it gives us a chance to gather with family and friends to reflect on the great blessings that we enjoy in our country. The blessing we enjoy and celebrate during...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBehind the boom of the cannon and the blast of gunshot stand the men who say they do their best to present what life was like on the battlefield 150 years ago. This weekend marks the sesquicentennial of the Battle of Perryville, bringing re-enactors...
email@example.comWith increased interest and attention stemming from the 150th commemoration of the Battle of Perryville, organizers are hoping to educate people not only about those who waged the battle, but the way the fighting and its aftermath impacted lives in the...
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