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firstname.lastname@example.orgPERRYVILLE — Vendors, a silent auction to benefit the Main Street Program and story time with Mrs. Claus all are part of the activities for the holiday event here, “A Perryville Christmas — Come Home for the Holidays.” The...
email@example.comBy burying 75-100 people per year in the city of Nicholasville-run Maple Grove Cemetery, in about a year and a half the cemetery will be completly full, city commissioner Andy Williams said. “That Richmond Avenue area is filling up quick,”...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Harry Potter franchise has been wooing fans not just for a season or a year — a generation literally has grown up with the movie franchise since its beginning 10 years ago. Even longer, if you count the books that debuted in the U.S. in 1998....
Free health screenings offered Ephraim McDowell Health is sponsoring free health screenings from 8-11 a.m. and 4-7 p.m.Wednesday at Lexington Avenue Baptist Church. Call (859) 236-3565 for an appointment, but walk-ins also will be accepted. Free...
Contributing WriterI love to read. Iinherited my love for books from my dad and grandma. When you open the pages of a book, you can fight pirates, conquer worlds, discover new cultures or learn to use magic. You probably already know the normal places to find books —...
email@example.comWhether fighting fires or getting a cat down from a tree, firefighters have the reputation of being helpful. That helpfulness doesn’t stop during the Christmas season as members of the Nicholasville Fire Department will pitch in to make this holiday...
Tags: Toy Industry, Fires, Holidays, Services and Shopping, Toys
firstname.lastname@example.orgFiscal court approves funding for Christmas lights The Jessamine County Fiscal Court voted Tuesday to approve funding for the Christmas lights that will be used to decorate downtown Nicholasville this holiday season. The total cost of the lights will...
If you wonder why many Christian parents view public schools as hostile to their faith, talk to Michael Ayers — father of a sixth-grader in the Pocono Mountain School District in northeastern Pennsylvania. Last December, his little girl wanted to...
email@example.comBURGIN — When Burgin Police Chief Jim Caldwell is asked how it feels to be the town’s sole police officer, he takes it in stride. “I can honestly say I’m one of the top 10 cops in my town, and I’ve even got a nine-officer...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA fugitive who has allegedly stolen multiple vehicles and eluded police on several occasions in recent weeks was taken into custody in Lexington Wednesday night. Paul David Brown, 31, of Lancaster was wanted on outstanding warrants in seven central...
Tags: Speedway, Prisons, Crime, Law and Justice, Theft, Cocaine
Sun columnistYou may not like her, but Sarah Palin was right. Remember when she said that ObamaCare included “death panels?” The media and the pundits mocked her relentlessly. But she was right, and now they have egg on their faces. Thanks to Obama&...
Journal columnistYou may not like her, but Sarah Palin was right. Remember when she said Obamacare included “death panels”? The media and the pundits mocked her relentlessly. But she was right, and now they have egg on their faces. Thanks to President Barack...
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