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We have a mystery at the library and we’re hoping this article or one of our patrons can help us solve it. A few weeks ago, I mentioned a magnanimous patron donated more than 1,000 popular romance novels to the ongoing book sale shelves in the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgChris Woolard knew when he came to Kentucky as associate athletics director of basketball operations to work with coach John Calipari that he had a chance to be part of something special. However, even Woolard admitted he was not quite expecting a 38-2...
Readifest today The Clark County Public schools 14th annual Readifest will be today from 6-7:30 p.m. at College Park. All children attending the event accompanied by an adult will receive school supplies. Families with children that are unable to...
Tags: Judaism, Religion and Belief, Walmart
Farmers bank announces promotion, additions Farmers National Bank recently named Allen B. White senior vice president, head of private wealth management. White joined Farmers National Bank in 2005 as market president of Mercer County and manager of...
Executive Director Trust for LifeArthur Walson was a trailblazer and a leader. The enactment of the Trust for Life was due to his passion and dogged determination. His vision was clear, his forethought exceptional. Mr. Walson pioneered this initiative, and the outcome is legendary. Mr....
Tags: Human Interest
Institute for Rural Journalism and Community IssuesPublic officials in Kentucky are doing better at obeying open-government laws, but many still have a ways to go, but Kentuckians are making increasing use of the laws to hold officials accountable. So said the chief author of the laws, and one of the...
LEBANON JUNCTION — Mona Fay Tamme, 75, of Lebanon Junction, died Wednesday at Norton-Audubon Hospital, Louisville. Born Dec. 26, 1942, in Lewisburg, she was a daughter of the late Arvie L. and Anna Kathleen Johnson, and the widow of Gerald Tamme....
Tags: Rick White, American Red Cross, Lebanon
On behalf of the middle school and high school boys at Kentucky School for the Deaf, the Kentucky School for the Deaf Charitable Foundation thanks National Furniture Co. of Danville for its generous gift of custom-built furniture for the boys’...
Summer swim lessons beginning in June Winchester-Clark County Parks and Recreation will offer the first session of summer swim classes beginning June 4. Classes are once daily Monday-Thursday for two weeks. Cost is $40 for all lessons. To pre-register,...
Tags: American Red Cross, College Sports
To the editor, I, along with my fellow circuit-court clerks and our dedicated staff members, have promoted organ donation for 20 years through our Trust For Life. We are proud that Facebook and its innovative leaders have committed to this mission as...
The Winchester SunAlthough it is usually not included in the wedding vows, it turns out, when you marry a man, you also marry his stuff. Apparently, I promised in sickness and in health, and in moving. A few weeks before our wedding, Brandon and I bought a house, and Iż...
Tags: Weddings, Marriage, Television Industry, Family
email@example.comDanville officials remain at odds with the leadership of the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership over how the city should provide funds for the group less than a month before the next budget cycle begins. The most recent draft of the...
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