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Associated PressLOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Orb splashed through the slop to win the Kentucky Derby, coming from far back in the pack and giving Hall of Fame trainer Shug McGaughey his first victory in the 3-year-old classic. When the field turned for home on the cool,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe more Centre College golf coach Bruce Brown watched Allison Hancock play, the more he liked what he saw from the then-Sayre High School player. “At that time, she was a good player. On the golf course, she was really serious. She didn’t...
email@example.comLOUISVILLE — He didn’t want to admit he was nervous, but Kentucky signee Derek Willis knew the Kentucky Derby Festival Basketball Classic was his chance to show others why he was one of the “other” players in coach John Calipari&...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJessamine County Judge-Executive Neal Cassity was the deciding vote in favor of releasing a line of credit held by the county to the developers of The Lakes at Equestrian Estates during the fiscal-court meeting Tuesday night. Cassity’s deciding...
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Columnist serves as featured speaker Bob Martin, Emeritus Boles Professor of Economics at Centre College, and a contributing columnist for The Advocate-Messenger, was a featured speaker Wednesday at the National Academies of Science/Engineering in...
Nation’s largest 4G LTE now in Danville With the vice presidential debate set for Oct. 11 at Centre College, Verizon Wireless is preparing its 4G LTE network in the area to ensure strong, reliable wireless coverage for visiting newsmakers and...
Sun Sports EditorTom Hall will hear plenty of cheers and roars this weekend. Hall, senior pastor of Church of the Living God on Franklin Avenue, receives his share of amens during his sermons from his congregation each Sunday, but not to the magnitude he’ll...
The Winchester SunThe Kentucky Derby isn’t easy to predict. However, there are a variety of schemes used to predict which horse will cross the finish line first in the 138th running of the Run for the Roses today at Churchill Downs in Louisville. Admittedly, I&...
TODAY — Winchester-Clark County Farmers Market open 3-5 p.m., Bluegrass Heritage Museum parking lot. — Diabetes self-management class, 5-7 p.m., 1400 Fortune Drive. Call 744-4482 to register. — Clark County Public Library Friends...
TODAY — George Rogers Clark High School graduation, 7 p.m., Cardinal Stadium. — United Mountain Horse Association riding clinic and trail ride, 1 p.m., Kentucky Equestrian Facility. SATURDAY, MAY 19 — United Mountain Horse...
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