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The Winchester SunThe Appalachian Trail runs for 2,184 miles and stretches from Georgia to Maine. And Winchester native Brian Carpenter has seen all of it. The 33-year-old who has managed a Starbucks (and his blog claims he makes a “mean cup of coffee”)...
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During April, the Clark County Library, along with libraries for Madison, Bourbon, Nicholas, Fayette, Scott, Woodford, Franklin and Anderson counties, is participating in the One Book One Bluegrass Community Reading Project. This project attempts to get...
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There’s a palpable vegetal excitement in the air, now, as spring springs forward flora-ly. When the green wave arrives in Kentucky, gardeners get as excited as kids on a beach. If you’re dreaming of fresh greens and snap beans, now’s...
Along with longer days, warmer temps, and farmers’ markets, another encouraging sign this spring is people studying in the library. We love that. From our perspective, there is no place better to study than a library, the Clark County Public Library...
It’s always a pleasure to start off an article by thanking someone, and today I have the double pleasure of thanking two people. First of all, I want to thank Winchester resident and Appalachian Trail through-hiker Wayne Hall, who spoke to the ...
The Winchester SunOn Feb. 8, 1999, just before his 66th birthday, Wayne W. Hall of Winchester was about to start one of the biggest adventures of his life by blazing his way along the Appalachian Trail. “ ... I was on the top of Springer Mountain in northern...
The Winchester SunA community reading program will have local readers learning more about the outdoors and the history of Kentucky hiking trails, as well as cooking Appalachian-themed treats. One Book One Bluegrass 2012 encourages everyone in central Kentucky to read...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgNo matter how many times I vacation in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., I never seem to run out of new things to see and do. My late September getaway certainly was no different because my wife and Iżgot to see three new shows as well as three live bears that didn&...
Associate ProducerDAMASCUS, Va. (AP) - Authorities say the driver who plowed into dozens of hikers marching in a Virginia mountain town's parade won't likely face charges. Damascus Police Chief Bill Nunley says the driver in the Saturday incident that injured about 50...
DAMASCUS, Va. (AP) — Authorities believe the driver who plowed into dozens of hikers marching in a Virginia mountain town parade suffered from a medical condition and did not cause the crash intentionally, an emergency official said Sunday....
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