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email@example.comIf there is one thing Days Divide does not want to be, it's labeled — not by the music industry and not by their audience. They aren't backed by a mainstream production label, nor do they fall under the stereotypical label of a "Christian band."...
The Winchester SunA recent George Rogers Clark High School graduate will soon add seven new countries to her passport pages, thanks to her long dedication to music. Lindsey Hannan, a five-year veteran of the GRC Marching Band, is one of about 200 student musicians...
Tags: Europe, Anglicanism, Westminster Abbey, Music Theater, Concerts
State Rep. Donna Mayfield said she has always admired the sacrifices of the soldiers who fought in World War II. “I’m a sucker for that group of veterans,” Mayfield said. Because of that long-standing admiration, Mayfield said she...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAshley Haley went back to school the same month she got out of it. Now a junior at West Jessamine High School, Haley brushed up on her French over the summer as she participated in a month-long study-abroad experience. Haley found the program through...
Tags: Travel, France, Trips and Vacations
Property transfers for the week of Aug. 29 to Sept. 2: — Citizens Commerce National Bank to Michael L. Burton and Tina Marie Burton, parcel 1, White Conkwright Road, $162,500. — Mollie C. Talbott to George Edward Talbott, tract 1B, Russell...
Tags: Arthur Lee, Career and Workplace, Retirement
Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts will present Geri Allen & Timeline, a group that has gained standing ovations throughout the country with its tight combination of jazz piano, bass and drums, and tap percussion. The concert is set for 7:...
Sept. 10, 1961 William Sherman Skinner, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Butler Skinner, Wall Street, recently enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Skinner is a graduate of Winchester High School. BERLIN (AP) — Members of the Communist Youth Organization are...
Tags: U.S. Navy, Television Industry
HARRODSBURG — Rolling bluegrass, rich American history, celebrated comfort food and renowned southern hospitality are hallmarks of the Beaumont Inn experience. But many visitors to this one-of-a-kind historic inn arrive hoping to become steeped in...
Contributing WriterA diary written in 1846 by the Rev. Neal McDougal Gordon about his journey to a meeting of the Presbyterian Church in London, England, and a tour of Europe, has been received by a great-great-grandson in Danville. Neal Gordon of Danville got the...
The 1,500 runners who will begin their leg of the Bourbon Chase in Stanford Friday night have an ominous task ahead of them; the course description describes the route as a “monster of a leg (that) runs on narrow country roads in serious darkness.&...
email@example.comA 35-year quest to get to Africa’s Victoria Falls via train led Howard Grabill to book passage on Rovos Rail’s “Pride of Africa” tour in July. Grabill, of Danville and a lover of trains, called the African train ride “the...
The Winchester SunA¿converted Christian and a former member of the Muslim Brotherhood is bringing his story of conversion and a message — to not fear Muslims — to Winchester. The Rev. Hicham Chehab, who was born and lived most of his life in Beirut, Lebanon,...
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