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I moved to Danville from Columbus, Ohio, to work at Kentucky School for the Deaf. I remember visiting for my interview, fascinated with how beautiful and well-kept Danville seemed to be. Being in such a small town was a bit of a culture shock. I have...
Dr. Anna Elizabeth Smothers of Columbus, Ohio, and David Lee Dressman of Lexington annouce their engagement. The couple will marry on Sept. 17 at St. Luke Catholic Church in Nicholasville. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Joseph R. and Deborah Smothers...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — More than half of the basketball players at Paul Jackson's camp at Mercer County are repeat customers, and they brought something important with them: their memories. Jackson, who is hosting a shooting-specific camp at Mercer for the...
Tags: Ohio, High School Sports, Human Interest
John Thompson Scott, 87, of Junction City died Friday. Born Sept. 22, 1923, in Grenock, Scotland, he was the son of John and Mary Kelly Scott. Following his service in the U.S. Navy during World War II, John graduated from Oklahoma State University with...
The mission of the London Citadel Band is multi-faceted: to share the gospel of Jesus Christ through music, word and scripture with its congregation, its community and all who listen; to witness to the joy of the Christian life through example in its...
Tags: Maine, Ohio, The Salvation Army, Christianity
Lewis Oatts Sr., 88, of Louisville went home to be with God on June 2. He was born April 5, 1923, in Monticello to Shelby Dave and Bessie Coffey Oatts. Dave and Bessie had five children together and lived at Oatts Bottom until the Corps of Engineers...
Tags: Texas, George David, Ohio, Homes
United Producers Inc. is supporting the future generation of agriculture through a new scholarship opportunity. UPI is offering one $1,000 scholarship in each of its 16 districts to deserving high school students pursuing agriculture degrees. “The...
Tags: Awards and Prizes, Financial Aid, Politics, Agriculture, Ohio
James Rogers Higgins, 56, was born Oct. 26, 1954, the son of Rosetta Higgins Spillman. He departed this life on Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011, in Keene. He was a native of Keene and graduated from Jessamine County High School. He served in the U.S. Army and...
The mayor of Columbus, Ohio, described his "utter disbelief" at the destructive "gamesmanship" as Congress debates the debt ceiling. The mayor of Fresno described her city's tough budget problems and wondered when the economy would hit bottom. The mayor...
Kirstin Cole reports for the PIX 11 News at 10. She joined the station in 2011, but this is actually a homecoming for her as initially worked with the PIX 11 team as an on-air reporter for the Morning News from 2000-2001. Kirstin previously worked for...
Ruth D. Baird, a retired educator and counselor, died of a stroke Aug. 16 at her Rodgers Forge home. She was 77. Ruth Dudley Dentinger, the daughter of a comptroller and a homemaker, was born and raised in Louisville, Ky., where she graduated in 1951...
WASHINGTON (AP) — A 5.9 magnitude earthquake centered in Virginia forced evacuations of all the monuments in Washington and rattled nerves from the southern state of Georgia to Martha's Vineyard, the Massachusetts island in the northeast where...
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