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Behind every hero, there is a story. As for Roy Bates, a local hero, his story about his battle in the Korean War and his recent honor is one that is memorable. When an American flag arrived at the Bates’ home last week, the entire family was...
100 YEARS AGO 1913 On the anniversary of the birth of the Father of this country, Feb. 22, 53 years ago, Danville was visited by a fire which almost completely destroyed the place and rendered most of its inhabitants homeless and shelterless. At...
Contributing WriterAfter federal elections costing some $6 billion, resulting in a return to what pundits are calling the “status quo” in Washington, one might revisit the question of how well our major political parties are serving the country. There have...
AP Special CorrespondentWASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama rolled to re-election Tuesday night, vanquishing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney despite a weak economy that plagued his first term and put a crimp in the middle class dreams of millions. In victory, he...
Staff writerHow much are you willing to ignore and how much are you willing to accept — all to ensure your chosen party’s victory this November? Are you willing to allow your party to “jump the shark”? Forgive the dated cliché, but it was...
Do you remember the events of Sept. 11, 2001? Of course you do. Three airplanes were flown into the World Trade Centers, the Pentagon, and one crashed in a farm field in Pennsylvania. Some 3,000 people died. Americans reacted with horror and disbelief,...
Tags: The Pentagon, Politics, Benghazi, Elections, Republican Party
Ed Henry has logged thousands of miles following President Barack Obama, but like many of his colleagues in the White House press corps, he will take a detour to Danville next week. The Fox News White House correspondent was heading out from Denver on...
Tags: Libya, Politics, Washington, DC, Elections, CNN (tv network)
Based on experience, my suspicion was aroused by the VP debate plans to send protestors to a “free speech area,” totally separated, isolated and ignored. This all makes “free speech” and/or protest more a performance, not...
Tags: Politics, Freedom of the Press
Where is the media? If George Bush had skipped his daily scheduled intelligence briefings the day after the first 9/11 attacks, they would have stormed the White House. Obama skipped his daily intelligence briefing the day after the Middle East attacks!...
Centre CollegeWith the vice-presidential debate at Centre College less than three months away, many who remember the debate at Centre in 2000 are thinking back on the experience. Mary Quinn Kerbaugh Ramer, a 1998 graduate, recalls the 2000 debate as one of the...
Tags: NPR, Politics, Colleges and Universities, Voting, Education
Contributing columnistSomething very shabby happened at an Aug. 21 Tea Party rally on the steps of Kentucky’s Capitol. According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, state Sen. Damon Thayer (R-Georgetown) told the crowd that Obama should be sent back to Chicago or Hawaii,...
email@example.comTwo area men are among the thousands of political movers and shakers forced to wait out weather that forced the postponement of the first day of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. Dr. Naren James of Stanford and Garrard County Attorney Mark...
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