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At The Cairn, visitors can expect live music, local art and plenty of conversation. And, of course, a good cup of coffee. A project of Calvary Christian Church, The Cairn is designed to be a place to bring community members together and offer local...
email@example.comHe’s visiting Kentucky for the second time today and has his mother with him for the first time, but Indianapolis offensive lineman Jon Toth decided Wednesday not to wait any longer to give UKża verbal commitment. “The other opportunities were...
LIBERTYż— Marshall Lee Barlow, 82, of Liberty, Ky., became absent from this body to be with the Lord Saturday, July 16, 2011. Born Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1928, in Lincoln County, Ky., he was the son of the late Dave A. and Anna Bell Dean Barlow. In...
Kentucky is now surrounded on three sides by neighbor states that are making dynamic conservative changes to their economic policy and experiencing dynamic results. Recently we learned that the conservative leadership of Indiana has led to a $1.2 billion...
Duane and Jessica Wilder of Winchester annouce the birth of their daughter, Marlie Carter Wilder, born at 6:51 p.m. June 24 at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington. She weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces and was 20 inches long. She was welcomed home by big...
Tags: Ohio, Human Interest
Those driving through Stanford on US 150 might be surprised to see a surplus military tank sitting at the entrance of Veterans’ Park baseball field. It hasn’t been there long, but it has been a long time coming. Since the park opened in 2006,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPAINT LICK — An overturned semi-truck shut down the eastbound lane on a portion of Ky. 52 for about five hours Wednesday. Semi driver Daniel Dack II, of Michigan, sustained minor injuries to his face and head but refused medical treatment, while...
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For Food on the TableFrom sea to shining sea, there are some foods that ‘sing’ America! To celebrate the upcoming Independence Day holiday why not host an all American dinner party with a menu full of popular foods that have helped build our beloved Nation....
Tags: Cheese, Onions, Kidney Beans, New York, Holidays
According to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), between 6-8 million cats and dogs entered shelters in 2009, of which 3-4 million were adopted. The Lincoln County Animal Shelter has seen its fair share of homeless dogs and cats. This year the...
email@example.comThe reenactment battles taking place at Old Fort Harrod on Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. will commemorate the “McConnell-Ray Shooting Match,” which took place on April 29, 1777. But don’t be fooled by the name. When the actual event...
Tags: State Parks, Archery, Arts and Culture, History, Minority Groups
There is a battle brewing for the 2011 Great American Brass Band Festival, and it is intended to be lots of fun.From 4 to 4:50 p.m. June 12 during the festival, the GABBF will have a Battle of the Civil War Bands on the front porch of Old Centre. During...
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