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The Winchester SunLast year, the Senior Citizens Center provided services to more than 500 people in Clark County. Community Outreach, just this month, has assisted about 48 people with utilities and rent costs. Those are just two of the programs offered in Clark...
Tags: Rentals, Personal Income, Head Start, Finance, Human Interest
Guest ColumnistDeficit reduction is an important national priority, vital to our long-term economic opportunity and security. But just because it’s important doesn’t mean that it can be undertaken without regard to our national values. Unfortunately, the...
email@example.comSing a song full of the faith that the dark past has taught us, Sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us; Facing the rising sun of our new day begun, Let us march on till victory is won. — “Lift Every Voice and Sing,&...
Tags: Black History, Slavery, Music, White House, Abraham Lincoln
By Michael Broihier You can devalue a word through overuse, “genius” and “hero” spring to mind. So it is with trepidation that I use a word to describe medical procedures being required by several state legislatures to deter women...
The Winchester SunAs a student at Winchester’s Oliver High School in the 1950s, John Prewitt remembers reading about far away places in his geography textbook. While he was fascinated by what he read, Prewitt didn’t think there would ever be a way for him to...
State representativeAs we conclude our first month of work in the 2012 General Assembly, each day sheds new light on the serious financial challenges that confront our state and our citizens. Legislators received more details last week about the financial condition of...
Tags: Politics, Finance, Finance, Public Officials, Teachers
The Winchester SunThis Christmas will be one Kristy and David Aldridge and their four children will never forget. The Aldridges just returned home from Taiyuan, China, where they welcomed the newest addition to their family: 2-year-old adopted daughter Lynnlee. &...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor’s note: This article includes a firsthand account of homelessness from “Dawn,” a Nicholasville resident who prefers to remain anonymous. The Journal was put in touch with Dawn through Jessica Dodgen, the Jessamine school district&...
Journal ColumnistIn Athens, Texas, an annual battle has erupted over the placement of a Nativity scene on the courthouse lawn. The Freedom from Religion Foundation protests that it sends a “message of intimidation and exclusion to non-Christians and non-believers.&...
Journal ColumnistBlack Friday is in the rear-view mirror, and Christmas is just around the corner. Our bellies are stuffed tighter than the Thanksgiving turkey, and our eyes are glazed over with a carbohydrate-induced high. Yes, it’s Christmas time. One of my...
email@example.comAt a school-board hearing to set the tax rate in August, Donna Fizer of Nicholasville held up a newspaper article about nearly 21 percent of Jessamine County children living in poverty in 2009, imploring the body not to raise the tax. Fizer will have...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was a year of drawn-out stories in Jessamine County. Nicholasville residents and downtown business owners endured a long year of Main Street renovation; the state’s highest court considered a case of firefighter overtime pay; and the nation&...
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