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Ephraim McDowell Health’s HealthRewards program is planning trips for 2013-14 and invites individuals to participate. A HealthRewards membership is not required to participate. The following trips are planned: Heart of the South, Oct. 20-27...
email@example.comSTANFORD — With the prospect of factory layoffs threatening Stanford's potential tax revenues next year, Mayor Bill Miracle says he wants to start a discussion about merging the Stanford arts program and the county's tourism program. Such a merger...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSecretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and director of the National Park Service Jonathan B. Jarvis announced Monday the designation of 13 new national historic landmarks, including the Camp Nelson Historic and Archeological District. “These...
email@example.comAfter giving $106,000 over the past decade toward a facility not yet under construction, the Nicholasville Tourism Commission (NTC) is placing stricter guidelines on the Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame (KPFHOF) Board before it commits to another $100,...
Just in time for holiday cheer, Kentucky School for the Deaf invites the public to take in the beautiful history of Danville in a special annual presentation. Along with Jacobs Hall Museum, KSD Charitable Foundation will hold the Christmas Historic Tour...
firstname.lastname@example.orgArt is in. While alcohol sales seems to be the attracting factor for Kentucky’s up and coming cities, art and culture cannot be overlooked when it comes to economic growth. That’s what Berea Mayor Steven Connelly said during his visit...
Tags: Arts, Travel, Culture, Artists, Science and Technology
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Historical Society features historic downtown Danville in a new smartphone application tour. KHS launched a series of “ExploreKYHistory” smartphone tours in summer 2012. Available tour themes now include Civil...
Nearly 50 Danville city employees attended TOUR Southern and Eastern Kentucky’s “Shining STAR” Customer Service Training on Wednesday at Danville city hall. “Customer service plays a vital role in the tourism industry,” said...
Tags: Consumers, Business, Travel, Career and Workplace, Employees
email@example.comThe Jessamine County Public Library was the only special district in the county found to be in compliance with state requirements in an audit report released earlier this month by state auditor Adam Edelen. According to the report, there are nine such...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPLEASANT HILL — A month’s worth of events are on tap this year at Shaker Village. The Danville Garden Club has decorated the site this year with more than 150 holiday swags, wreaths and garlands of fresh greenery and red ribbon. A 31-foot...
Museum giving trolly tours The Bluegrass Heritage Museum will be conducting holiday trolly tours Nov. 26 and Nov. 28. The tours leave the museum at 5:30 p.m. each day and include tours of Holly Rood and local homes to showcase their holiday decorations....
email@example.comA $17,500 grant allowed Nicholasville-Jessamine County Parks and Recreation to purchase 35 tons of rubber mulch that was spread out over the playground area at City-County Park on Thursday. “Every year, we’ve got to put new mulch down, and it...
Tags: Gardens and Parks, Travel
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