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John Thompson Scott, 87, of Junction City died Friday. Born Sept. 22, 1923, in Grenock, Scotland, he was the son of John and Mary Kelly Scott. Following his service in the U.S. Navy during World War II, John graduated from Oklahoma State University with...
Tags: Ohio, Newburg, Human Interest, Cleveland, Methodist
firstname.lastname@example.orgA 50-year-old Stanford man was indicted by a Jessamine County grand jury July 7 on three charges of use of electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual activities. Andrew Yates of 200 Shanks Lane in Stanford was originally arrested March 24...
email@example.comBoyle Fiscal Court gave final approval for a system officials say will bring county finances under one electronic bookkeeping system. Treasurer Mary Lynn Conley said the IntraSource system will streamline data entry and allow more thorough accounting....
firstname.lastname@example.orgBrandon Jeffries and Anthony Patterson first got to know each other through soccer, then got reacquainted last year in the Governor's Scholars Program. And there's a decent they'll cross paths again a few more times in the coming years at the University...
HARRODSBURG — A Mercer County resident is missing about $7,000 worth of electronics and belongings after a weekend burglary. Mercer County deputy sheriffs arrived at the home on Old Dixville Road about 1:30 a.m. Sunday and determined the theft...
Tags: Toshiba Corporation, Crimes, Xbox 360, DVDs, Sony Corp.
Some recent information suggests that the demise of the book awaits mankind. Indeed the electronic book reader services consistently post increased usage, and more and more people are purchasing these readers. Added to this phenomenon is the reality of...
Tags: Libraries, Mark Twain, Arts and Culture, Ray Bradbury, Education
WASHINGTON — Congressman Ben Chandler joined with Clark County Sheriff Berl Perdue and other officials last week to talk with R. Gil Kerlikowske, White House director of national drug control policy. At the Feb. 23 roundtable, Chandler focused...
Jessamine County coronerAs promised during the campaign, I am working to make the Jessamine County coroner’s office more accessible, proactive and community-oriented. One of the ways I will be able to accomplish this is by having a regular monthly article in this...
Tags: Crimes, Fires, Kentucky, Human Interest, Disasters and Accidents
email@example.comAs the tax season progresses, the Kentucky Department of Revenue reminds taxpayers that they will have a few additional days to file their taxes this year. The 2011 deadline is Monday, April 18, due to Emancipation Day, a holiday observed in the...
Tags: Holidays, Kentucky, Politics, Taxation, Science and Technology
Prescription drug abuse is alarmingly high across the nation, and the statistics for Kentucky speak for themselves. According to Kentucky’s attorney general, fatal drug overdoses have doubled over five years and are now the second leading cause of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville City Commission didn't make any changes to a much discussed sign ordinance Monday night, instead setting the stage for another session in three weeks when representatives of several bodies will deliver recommendations. At issue are potential...
Tags: Politics, Elections, Science and Technology
There are a number of things Kentucky is known for: great basketball, the best bourbon, the fastest horses, and our state’s incredible natural beauty. But sadly, the commonwealth is becoming known for something far less flattering: prescription pill...
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