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firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — The Garrard County Arts Council will host Auction of the Arts Thursday, with proceeds going toward two projects in which the group is engaged. The GCAC is raising money for a mural, which will be painted in the recently acquired site for...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture, Politics, Entertainment, Auction Service
On Nov. 20, Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts will host the world-renowned Vienna Boys Choir for a holiday concert featuring famous waltzes, medieval chant, classical masterpieces and folk songs from around the world. Founded by Emperor...
Free community budgeting class Free community budgeting class Wednesday, Dec. 14 at the Clark County Public Library, 370 S. Burns Ave., at 10 a.m. This class fulfills a budgeting class requirement for Community Services. No registration required....
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. We hope you have a fabulous and flavorful day with all of your personal pilgrims and Indians. Eat a lot, because you have to get your stomach and metabolism in shape for the rest of the year-end festivities. If you get to...
Tags: Washington Irving, Dance, Arts and Culture, Libraries, Politics
Small Business Saturday gets under way today Following Black Friday is the second annual Small Business Saturday, a movement supporting local businesses during one of the busiest shopping times of the year. The event’s Facebook page recognizes...
email@example.comDanville water customers could soon pay more for water as the city prepares to begin work on a large expansion project. Danville City Commission voted 3-2 Wednesday to approve first reading of an ordinance setting monthly water rates. Mayor Bernie...
Life&Times: Farmer's of the Future? State employee educates public on sustainability, why to buy firstname.lastname@example.orgAngela Caporelli realizes Kentucky is a farming state, but she wants to bring a different kind of farming to light. In fact, it’s her job. As aquaculture coordinator for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Caporelli has assisted farmers all...
Just like last year and the year before, my home state of Kentucky failed to pass a cap on the interest payday lenders can charge their prey. A bill was proposed to put a 36 percent cap on the amount of interest that payday lenders could charge. It&...
The biggest impediment to transforming Kentucky into a haven for job creation is our out-of-date tax system, which punishes productivity and discourages innovation and creativity. Tax reform is long overdue in this state. We arrived at the current...
How many sporting events have you actually attended in the last 12 months? Because we are not in the same room (at least I hope not because I'm not properly dressed for company,) I cannot be sure of your answer. But I am guessing that the majority...
Reporting a crime in Glendale could soon be just as easy as the press of a button. Possibly as soon as this summer, residents who want to report vandalism, lost property and identity, petty and grand theft and bicycle thefts to Glendale police can do so...
The Baltimore SunAmy Schumer can tell a story. Knowing how to craft a short narrative and make it pay off with a laugh has, after all, helped make her one of the hottest comedians on TV and the concert circuit these days. So, let the star of Comedy Central’s...
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