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firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER - One final test stands between Mine Shields Inc., and certification that could create more than 100 new jobs in Garrard County. But it's a big one. The test, which will take place Thursday in New Mexico, is the last of five necessary to get...
email@example.comLANCASTER — Mine Shields Inc. refuge chambers aren’t the only things feeling the strain as one final certification test lasts longer than expected. “It’s the most nervous I’ve been since my child was born,” CEO...
Staff WriterBecoming an Eagle Scout is the ultimate achievement for a Boy Scout, but Scott Schafer never quite made it. “We joke all the time when the kids turn 16, they catch the smells,” Schafer said. “They start smelling the perfume, they start...
Wes Kincaid, a seventh grade student from Winchester, earned a position on the Kentucky National Junior High rodeo team and will be traveling with fellow teammates to Gallup, N.M. from June 26 to July 2 to compete at the seventh Annual National Junior...
Tags: Kentucky, Real Estate, Rodeo, Human Interest, Arizona
With the dramatic elimination of Osama bin Laden came an important psychological boost to the American people. There is a collective sense that there’s nothing we cannot do if we set our minds to it. Along with that boost came an important upswing...
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: CNN (tv network), Connecticut, Mississippi, Vermont, Facebook
Q: After news reports earlier this year, we’re wondering: Is it unhealthy or unsanitary to allow dogs or cats to share our beds? A: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study that triggered concerns and news-media...
In the summer of 2008, a wildfire burning in California's Los Padres National Forest swept down on Tassajara Hot Springs, a historic resort not far from Big Sur that was home to the first Zen Buddhist monastery in North America. Little stood in the way...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterNot one to mince words about the federal government, Robert Hayes expressed dismay over a program requiring gun retailers to provide officials with information about the sale of high-powered rifles. There’s only one problem, Hayes explained...
On Election Day 2010, with the polls still open, computers placed calls to 112,000 voters in predominately African-American precincts in Baltimore City and Prince George's County with an unusual message: "Relax" and stay home. The recorded message did not...
Staff WriterThe Imperial Irrigation District Board of Directors may hire another lawyer to get a new view on the nation’s largest agriculture-to-urban water transfer. A decision could come today on whether to hire Charles DuMars to assist with the...
The Obama administration took a concrete step toward curbing the flow of semiautomatic weapons to Mexico last week when it adopted a new regulation mandating the reporting of multiple sales of long guns to federal authorities. Under the regulation,...
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