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On opening night of “Clue: On Stage” at Pioneer Playhouse on June 11, many audience members toted umbrellas and rain jackets. It had rained most ... Read more
BY SHERRON WESTERFIELD Community columnist He was, after all, just a dog. A mixed breed mutt. A cur. Not good for much besides keeping other ... Read more
Are the good times really over? That’s what Merle Haggard wanted to know in his 1981 song, and I’m beginning to think they are over ... Read more
Dear Editor, As the director of the Great American Brass Band Festival, I would like to sincerely express my gratitude to our 2021 sponsors, both ... Read more
For the 1 in 5 kids who may face hunger today in Kentucky, summer is usually the hungriest time of year. This summer, however, may ... Read more
June is Men’s Health Awareness Month BY DAN MCKAY Ephraim McDowell Health President & CEO We’ve all heard the age-old saying, “women tend to live ... Read more
BY SHERRON WESTERFIELD Community columnist I recall downtown Lexington from my childhood when I was permitted to ride a bus alone from our home on ... Read more
In response to a recent op-ed on broadband internet access, I am making the following comments. Yes fiber has been deployed along water pipes successfully. ... Read more
Senator Daniel Patrick Monahan once said that “You are entitled to your own opinion but you are not entitled to your own facts.” With this ... Read more
With spring now turning to summer, frequent mowing often means that grass clippings end up on roadways throughout Boyle County. In our roles as magistrates ... Read more