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Contributing WriterThis election is a clear choice between “big government” and “small government” ideologies. The term “big/small government” refers to the scope of government economic control; it is about who gets to choose —...
Names added to Veterans Wall Four new names were added to the Veterans Wall located at the Boyle County Fairgrounds. They are: Brandon Scott Johnson, USA, Iraq; Jack Pogue, USN, WWII; Jean Henry Pogue, USN, WWII; and James L. Gibson, USARNG, 1953-1961....
Tags: U.S. Navy, Religion and Belief, Christianity
email@example.comKurt Holman has been hearing Civil War history from his grandmother since he was a child. “My grandmother’s grandfather fought in the Civil War, and they were very close,” Holman said. His great-great-grandfather passed down...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOne family has taken a long journey to come together to create a one-of-a-kind restaurant offering in downtown Danville. Pescara, next to the old Freddie’s location on South Fourth Street, will serve homemade Mediterranean dishes and pizza. The...
Contributing WriterEvery four years there’s a big to-do in the media about whom the Democratic or Republican candidate is going to choose for his running mate. Of course, the incumbent president usually goes with his incumbent vice president. Their choices are of...
Joyner Robert “Bob” Dameron, 83, of Farmers, passed away Thursday, Sept. 13, 2012, in the St. Claire Regional Medical Center. He was born on Dec. 21, 1928, in Bath County, Kentucky, a son of the late Homer Berry Dameron and Belva Adams...
George William Wheeler Jr., 90, of Lexington, formerly of Winchester, passed away peacefully Sunday, Sept. 9. He was born in Winchester and moved to Lexington in 1958. He was preceded in death by his wife of 57 years, Lois Stephens; a son, Skeeter; and a...
email@example.comJune and William Smith have shared many memories during their many decades together. Memories from when they met — he was a physical therapist and she came to him with back problems and headaches. Memories of their four children, one of whom...
Tags: Nursing, Long Term Care, Cancer, Nursing Homes, United Way
Hubert “Preach” Miracle 1921-2012 STANFORD — Hubert “Preach” Miracle, 91, of Stanford, died Saturday. Born April 7, 1921, in Laurel County, he was a son of the late William A. and Nancy Hoskins Miracle. He was a veteran of...
Six young ladies are hoping to be chosen the 2012 Winchester Labor Day Queen Sunday evening. The lucky young lady will be crowned at 6:30 p.m. Sunday during festivities at the Labor Day Celebration at Harmon Field Park. Those vying this year are: —...
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