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Sun Sports EditorExpansion isn’t an option — at least at the moment — in the Southeastern Conference. Texas A&M appealed with the league to become its 13th member, but the 12 leaders in the SEC aren’t ready to join the ranks of the Big Ten and Pac-...
PERRYVILLE — Allen Stewart Glasscock, 84, of Perryville died Sunday, Aug. 14, 2011, in Perryville. He was the husband of Wilma Best Glasscock. Born April 20, 1927, in Marion County, he was a son of the late Chafe and Nancy Cleo Stewart Glasscock....
LIBERTY — A Florida man was injured this morning when the car he was riding in ran off the road and overturned in Casey County. Douglas Speakman, 52, of Hollywood, Fla., was taken to Casey County Hospital for treatment of minor injuries after the...
Richard Marion Colyer, 65, a U.S. Marine veteran having served during the Vietnam War, died at the VA Hospital in Lexington on Sunday, Aug. 14. He is the son of Richard W. Colyer of Florida and the late Elizabeth K. Colyer. During his time in the...
LIBERTY — A Florida man was injured Wednesday morning when the car he was riding in ran off the road and overturned in Casey County. Douglas Speakman, 52, of Hollywood, Fla., was taken to Casey County Hospital for treatment of minor injuries...
Fayola M. Galloway, 72, of Danville, passed away Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011, at her residence. She was born Sept. 9, 1938, in Casey County to the late William Lewis and Opal Cook Cox. She was preceded in death by her husband, Mack L. Galloway. She was...
STANFORD — Sally Carroll McDonald, 80, of Bonifay, Fla., died Thursday, August 18, 2011. She was born Sept. 6, 1930, in Corbin to the late Emmit and Edna Robbins Carroll. She was a people person and enjoyed being a "Pink Lady" volunteer at...
1911There will be a showing at the Danville Opera House of the genuine Tanhouser picture of The Coronation of King George 5th, of England. These pictures show the coronation, the royal procession, the starving peasants, etc. They have never been show in...
email@example.comPat Mason Ramsey knows the secret to success in the shoe business — listen. Hear the employees, the fellow business people and, above all else, the customers. “They’ll tell you their life history if you’ll listen,” she said....
firstname.lastname@example.orgNicholasville’s newest sub shop has a distinctly Jessamine County flavor, as one of the city’s own is behind the restaurant with a local firefighting theme. Firehouse Subs opened Aug. 9 at 455 Keene Centre Drive. The chain has more than 430...
email@example.comProperty owners in the city of Nicholasville will see an increase on their property taxes as the city commission voted to pass the second reading of the tax ordinance during Monday’s regular meeting. The property-tax rate in the city of...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgA new school-board policy prohibiting out-of-state travel except for learning or competition went into effect Monday after the Jessamine County Board of Education passed the second reading. The board also approved a West Jessamine baseball trip that was...
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