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Thoroughbred Threads signs agreement with St. Catharine College Thoroughbred Threads LLC has signed a two-year agreement with St. Catharine College to take over operation of the St. Catharine College Spirit Shoppe and school store in Springfield. ...
The Religion WorldWake Forest University is spending $1 million to better understand virtue and vice. The Character Project awarded eight grants on the philosophy of character and eight on the theology of character from 170 submitted proposals. “Those selected...
Bovine intervention: Former Clark County teacher trades textbooks for 'wholesome living' on Combs Ferry Road farmThe Winchester SunWill Meurer always wanted to teach and coach. He achieved both goals following graduation from Eastern Kentucky University. He taught math at George Rogers Clark for three years and also served as boys golf coach for one season, succeeding longtime...
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Students from Boyle, Casey and Lincoln counties will be among 160 seventh- and eighth-graders from across Kentucky, all identified as gifted and talented in science and/or mathematics, who will have the opportunity to participated in a NASA space program...
Rudy Gayle Bicknell, 80, of Wilmore and Vero Beach, Fla., died Dec. 27, in Vero Beach. Born Aug. 2, 1932, in Panola, Madison County, Ky., the son of Ewey W. and Ethel Bicknell, he began a successful career in business soon after graduation from...
Nicholasville police officer Colby Warren was among law-enforcement officers from 20 agencies across the state graduated Friday from basic training at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training. The 25 officers of Class 439 completed 18...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFollowing your dreams, big or small, requires a leap of faith. For Junction City resident Cindy Nevius, that meant leaving her job of 24 years as a dental assistant and starting a cake shop in Junction City. “I went from taking care of teeth to...
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Event to benefit Humane Society LANCASTER — Central Kentucky Regional Humane Society will benefit from a “Dining to Donate” fundraiser at Applebee's in Danville. A flier is available, which must be given to the server, that will...
Danville Pediatrics sponsors 2013 blockbuster exhibit at CAC For the third year in a row, Danville Pediatrics and Primary Care will be the title sponsor of the Community Arts Center’s annual blockbuster exhibit, coming to Danville in February...
The Battle of Richmond Association is using the Christmas holiday as an opportunity to educate the public more about the Civil War and the Victorian era in central Kentucky. “Journey to Christmas Past” will be staged at the Irvinton Estate...
email@example.comTravis Rose will trade in red for maroon after signing to play golf at Eastern Kentucky University on Thursday. The West Jessamine High School senior is coming off a team state championship and was part of regional-championship teams for each of the...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgAn Eastern Kentucky University student remains hospitalized today after being airlifted from the scene of a head-on collision Wednesday afternoon on Ky. 52 near Chrisman Lane that injured three people. Passenger Sarah Beatty, 22, of Warsaw was listed...
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