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Five Boy Scouts from Winchester and Clark County left Thursday to begin “Operation Husky,” an 8,000-mile tour of North America. They are Ross Reaser, Eddie Reed, Paul Rogers, George Jordan and Lee Kidd. The boys are from Troop Number 263 and...
At the West Jessamine Middle School band concert on Monday, May 20, it was announced that there would no longer be classes offered at the high school level for the percussion ensemble and the jazz band. On Tuesday, May 21, a petition was circulated online...
Josh Gooch, a junior at Lincoln County High School has been selected to be among 500 attendees at West Point's Summer Leaders Seminar in June. More than 4,000 juniors nationwide applied to SLS, which offers outstanding high school juniors the...
One hundred years ago, the American Cancer Society started the fight of a lifetime. Fifteen physicians and businessmen in New York City who were determined to raise awareness about cancer formed the American Society for Control of Cancer, later renamed...
Contributing WriterAre you already dreaming of your next vacation? Do you find yourself wishing you had your toes in the sand while the waves wash over your beach chair? Have you always imagined yourself hiking down into the Grand Canyon or visiting Mount Rushmore and...
For every Kentuckian, the first Saturday in May brings excitement and tradition as the world’s finest thoroughbreds race for the roses in the Kentucky Derby. For a local organization, that excitement and tradition begins the evening before. ...
Roy Edward Webb, 91, died April 2 at Wesley Village in Wilmore. His wife, children and grandchildren were at his bedside when he went home to be with his Lord. Mr. Webb is survived by his wife, Dorothy Dixon Webb of Wilmore; his sister, Florence Webb...
Southern playwright Arlene Hutton, internationally known theater artist and author of the award-winning “Last Train To Nibroc,” will be the featured speaker at a playwrights conference sponsored by the Kentucky Playwrights Workshop. The...
A Winchester woman will have her newly published children’s book featured at America’s Book Expo in New York City this summer. Leila Reinersman published her book with Xlibris, a self-publishing company. This story, entitled “Ricky &...
Kentucky receives No. 2 seed for second NCAA tournament in a row; Cats will take on Navy in Queens, N.Y.As the UK Hoops team crowded around the flat-screen television in Coach Matthew Mitchell’s basement, they were all handed blank printable brackets so they could fill in the names of their mystery opponents. A hush fell over everyone as the ESPN...
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