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One of the best things about being at a library is that you get to hear a lot of great stories. That’s always been a part of lure of libraries. From story times for children to mesmerizing books to stories shared by patrons, the library is always...
Tags: Kentucky, Human Interest, Arts and Culture, Libraries
The Winchester SunTonya Hull Sacco thought her roof was being ripped off. The Winchester native who moved in 1995 to Kenvil, N.J., about 30 miles from New York City, felt the earthquake that rumbled across the east coast Tuesday afternoon and reportedly into areas of...
Associated PressBUXTON, N.C. (AP) - Thousands were fleeing an exposed strip of coastal villages and beaches off North Carolina on Thursday as Irene approached, threatening to become the first major hurricane to hit the East Coast in seven years. Hours after a...
Associated PressMOREHEAD CITY, N.C. (AP) - Hurricane Irene opened its assault on the Eastern Seaboard on Saturday by lashing the North Carolina coast with wind topping 90 mph and pounding shoreline homes with waves. Farther north, authorities readied a massive shutdown...
Contributing WriterThe Heart of Danville Farmers Market will be set up Tuesdays and Thursdays across from Save-A-Lot on Lexington Road in the old Mini Mart lot. Hours are 9 a.m.- 4 p.m., or until sold out.On Saturdays, the farmers market will be set up at the U.S. Bank...
Tags: Blueberries, Peppers, Apples, Georgia, Florida
The Winchester SunSeveral former Winchester residents are recovering from Hurricane Irene — but not from as much damage as they expected. Just like a lot of others on the East coast and in the hurricane’s path, Lori Tackett Prater, who moved from Winchester...
Journal columnistSometimes I’d rather be an ostrich. The picture of officer Sam Wade with pistol drawn in the JCTC building brings on the urge to just stick my head in the sand and try to make the world go away. We are all chilled to the bone at the thought of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPITTSBURGH (AP) — Bishops, nuns and rabbis are joining the environmental and social debate over natural gas drilling in the Marcellus Shale region, and many are seeking a balance that reflects their congregations. "We have people's lives who are...
Many cities have a Little Italy, a Chinatown or Little Havana, but could Stanford someday have a Little Port au Prince? If local preacher/missionary/school board member Eddie Whittemore has any luck nurturing contacts he made on a recent trip to Haiti, it...
Tags: Travel, Haiti, Adoption, Headaches, Dentistry and Dental Health
STANFORD — Cletis Allen Lilly, 79, of Stanford, died Wednesday at Fort Logan Hospital. Born April 28, 1932, in Loradoe, W.V., he was a son of the late Albert and Florence Tomilin Lilly. He was a Korean War veteran and a self-employed truck driver....
Tags: Korean War (1950-1953)
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — While managers at Save-a-Lot said they were advised not to go on record regarding the concrete barrier that was recently placed between their super market and Kroger, it mattered little — the sign their employees were...
Staff WriterSandra Chandler had always hoped that one day one of her stories would be published, and now her debut novel, “Outcast of the Dream World,” has turned that vision into a reality. Chandler, 57, grew up in Hustonville as the youngest of nine...
Tags: Fiction, Entertainment, Movies, Barnes & Noble, Inc.
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