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Beverly H. Nixon, 60, husband of Norma Tipton Nixon, passed away at 1:05 p.m. Monday, July 11, 2011 at the Clark Regional Medical Center. A native of Aberdeen, Md., he was the son of the late Dan H. and Geneva Owens Nixon. Bev was a retired Osram...
The recent announcement of President Obama’s White House Rural Council shows renewed federal government recognition of the importance of investment in rural areas. As we continue to move forward in this digital age, we must also recognize that...
Kentuckians are getting fatter. That’s not an opinion, it’s a fact, according to the latest study of obesity rates in the United States by the Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Kentucky ranked sixth in...
email@example.comBoyle County has taken steps toward hiring a new baseball coach, but the final steps are still at least a week or two away. Boyle principal Will Begley said there has been “a lot of interest” in the job, but he said the school will wait to see...
The 202nd Army Band has been called upon many times to perform outside the state for special training assignments. Unit musicians have given concerts in Hawaii, Michigan, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, West Virginia and Virginia. In November 1994, as...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — At the Fort Harrod sixth annual Beef Festival, contestants competed in professional, amateur and youth divisions to determine who makes Kentucky’s best steaks, brisket, backyard burgers and beef ribs. A special competition...
The Mississippi River has risen to levels never seen in U.S. history — lapping levee tops and threatening cities and hamlets from Memphis to the Gulf. Floodwaters cover an area the size of Connecticut, the result of a record 90 inches of...
Tags: Utah, Global Change, Ecosystems, Weather, Global Warming
The Winchester SunIn 1855, Margaret Garner found herself with a choice. After attempting to escape from slavery in northern Kentucky by crossing the frozen Ohio River, Margaret was captured by Archibald Gaines, the brother of her owner, John P. Gaines. Before returning...
Tags: Elections, Literature, History (tv network), Fiction, New York
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — The director of Anderson-Dean Community Park asked commissioners Monday for help with how to raise $20,000 to bring a regional tournament to town. Mark Bryant told the City Commission the Kick-It 3v3 Soccer Regional Tournament, planned...
Other than evoking our sympathy and generosity, the earthquake/ tsunami/nuclear disaster in Japan should be pinging our collective consciousness about our own level of preparedness for natural and man-made disasters. Just to recap, in the last two years...
Tags: Earthquakes, Emergency Planning, FEMA, Human Interest, Weather
Contributing columnistMethamphetamines are a terrible drug problem that ruin lives every day. But the answer to the issue is not legislation that will punish law-abiding citizens. Some state legislators from both parties are pushing Senate Bill 45 that would make any over...
Methamphetamines are a terrible drug problem that ruins lives every day. But the answer to the issue is not legislation that will punish law-abiding citizens. Some state legislators from both parties are pushing a bill called SB45 that would make any over...
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