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The first winter storm of the season kept road crews busy much of Monday evening in both the city and county. Some roads remained slick this morning, and the area remained under a winter weather advisory. Winchester Public Works Director Pat Clark...
Tags: Weather Reports, Snow Storms
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile this year’s winter has lacked its snowy punch, local governments in Jessamine County have reaped the savings as road crews have had a quiet season. Thus far, this winter ranks as the 16th-mildest in the Lexington area since records started...
email@example.comThe weather outside has been anything but frightful this winter. In fact, according to Jessamine County extension agent Rob Amburgey, the mild winter might start playing havoc on certain plants. “There is some concern that some of these early...
Tags: Pneumonia, Agriculture, Agriculture
By Nancy Leedy It was a run in the sun for runners and walkers in the 2011 Jingle Bell Jog for Alzheimers. Early Saturday morning, 342 runners and walkers jingled their way through the streets of Stanford, and, for the first time in the event’s...
One early morning several days ago, I was standing on my front porch while Winston greeted the day in his usual way. The clouds were dark and heavy, and I was certain that we were in for a bad thunderstorm. But I was wrong. In a short time, the clouds...
A crew from Winchester Public Works spent part of Monday morning removing a tree that fell victim to the high winds of Saturday’s thunderstorm. Removing a tree that was blocking a section of the Winchester Traveling Trail were, from left, top photo,...
Tags: Kentucky, Weather Statistics
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...
Tags: Cruises, Defense, FEMA, Michael Bloomberg, Elections
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...
Many central Kentucky residents woke to heavy rain and high winds this morning as a storm front swept through the area. The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning about 6:20 a.m for western Boyle County, northwestern Garrard County and eastern...
When it comes to a free press, Americans seem — more than ever — to be of at least two minds. In several surveys, a majority of us say the press is biased, often inaccurate and too likely to be influenced by powerful people or groups —...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJUNCTION CITY — Susanna Moore perched behind the set preparing a script just minutes before cameras rolled. With inhibitable efficiency and precise attention to detail, she set the green screen to display a spinning globe, briefed the anchors on...
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