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Happy Valentine’s Day. We hope your day — heck, your month and your life — is filled with the sweets of romance. To commemorate this month, the library has a Valentine display in the lobby. It features some humorous reading related...
Clark County Public LibraryThe library is a community resource, especially because we receive many of our best resources from this community, Clark County. Two displays we’ll have up in the library through February demonstrate the truth of that statement. February is Black...
email@example.comShirley Owsley’s plans no longer have to include a daily drive to Danville, now that she has decided to retire — again. Owsley retired after 30 years from Centre College six years ago. This time, she is retiring after more than 30 years as...
Tags: Newspaper and Magazine, Politics
The Winchester SunA statewide horse count, the first of its kind since 1977, begins this year, and those involved will spread the word locally Tuesday. The Clark County Extension Office will host “Pastures Please!” for the first time, led by the University...
Murder suspects Percy Hargrove and his former girlfriend Sheena Tipton watched their cases go to the grand jury after an hour of police testimony in front of a packed district courtroom Wednesday. Hargrove, 26, of Georgetown, and Tipton, 26, of Clay...
Tags: Politics, James Hall, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Lawyers
The Winchester SunWhen we were 15, my friend Erica and I were obsessed with a boy who drove a red Camaro. We didn’t know his name, so we made one up for him — Benjamin Moore, like the paint. I thought that was infinitely cool because I read a Judy Blume novel...
Contributing ColumnistAs we start a new year, many people are making resolutions and renewing commitments to start something new. Maybe this should be the year you start a new hobby or awaken an old hobby you once loved. A hobby can be the thing that gives you a fun burst of...
Tags: eBay Inc., Politics, Walmart, Hobbies, Ann Taylor
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — John Wilson has recently taken on a new role that goes beyond his normal duties as Garrard County judge-executive. He’s become a tour guide for the grand $11.9-million palace of justice that will open just off Town Square in...
100 YEARS AGO — 1911 Another meeting was held at Mrs. Engleman’s home in support of organizing a hospital in Danville. So far the sum of about $2,300 has been raised and the desired amount to have for the hospital is $2,500. It is readily...
One of the possible motives for Wednesday’s fatal shooting involved a woman. Friday afternoon, the woman in question went to jail on complicity charges. Sheena Tipton, 26, of Clay City, was interviewed a second time Friday by Winchester Police...
Tags: Shootings, Prisons, Politics, Health, James Hall
County coronerI recently attended a drug-related program sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administra-tion. Attending this program were approximately 100 law-enforcement personnel from various police departments as well as state and federal crime-fighters,...
Librarians worked hard this week revamping the book displays for November. If you’re looking for inspiring or informative reads, be sure to browse those displays the next time you’re in the library. For example, in the reading area, just...
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