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Lincoln names Dean’s List student

  • Lincoln names Dean’s List student

    Haley White of Maysville, was recognized for high academic performance during the spring semester at Lincoln Memorial University and was placed on Spring 2022 Dean’s List.

  • Communities plan Fourth of July celebrations

    Independence Day is just around the corner and communities in the area are gearing up to celebrate the day with many events.

  • Beshear, local officials break ground in Augusta Distillery

    On Monday, Gov. Andy Beshear joined officials in Augusta and leaders from Augusta Distillery LLC to break ground on a new $23 million distillery that will create at least 14 full-time jobs for Kentuckians.

  • Shelter Dogs of the Week

    This week’s shelter dogs are completely different and yet both are as sweet as can be.

  • The Amish Cook

    Here the birds are singing. I wonder if they too are glad for a break from the muggy hot climate on this early morning? I know I am. Without the heat, though, there would not be those bumper crops from the garden or even swimming days in the pond. Yeah, we’ll take it all as it comes, and when autumn rolls around we’ll heave a little sigh of relief.

  • KTCCCA releases All-State teams

    The Kentucky Track and Cross Country Coaches Association have released their All-state teams for the 2022 track and field season.

  • Good news from Texas

    McAllen, Texas, woke up this week.

  • January 6 public hearings aren’t changing minds

    As the Congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U. S. Capitol heads into its final public hearings phase, early indications are that – despite compelling testimony – the needle on the public opinion meter has barely budged, and the impact on the congressional midterm elections as well as the 2024 presidential contest will be minimal.

  • Wayback Wednesday

    Mrs. Buckley behind the counter at Kilgus Drugstore and probably making lemon sours.

  • UofL lands five-star RB Owens

    LOUISVILLE — Louisville’s surging football program already had a highly ranked 2023 recruiting class, and it is likely to get even a further boost with a commitment from what would be the second-highest-ranked high school recruit ever.



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