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Most of us heard the recent news reports about how 95% of baby foods contain toxic metals. Many adult foods also contain these same hazardous... [Read More]
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There was a thick white line running about ten feet from the back of my high school in the 1980's. Its purpose was to designate... [Read More]
Every child, no matter the context, needs a permanent family. Having been in out-of-home care myself, I can personally attest to this need. [Read More]
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With the Richmond City Commission to discuss and potentially approve the first reading of Ordinance 19-24, or "the food truck" ordinance, some food truck owners... [Read More]
With the Richmond City Commission to discuss and potentially approve the first reading of Ordinance 19-24, or "the food truck" ordinance, some food truck owners... [Read More]
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Walk through one of Madison County's largest cemeteries around Memorial Day and you will see 8x12-inch American flags flying over the graves of veterans. [Read More]
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Dr. Robert Bagby was well-known in the Richmond community for his devotion to education and service. He generously lent his time to many organizations and... [Read More]
The Kentucky State Police, Richmond Post, which provides coverage for Madison, Clark, Estill, Lee, Owsley, Jackson, Mercer, Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Jessamine counties, will be... [Read More]
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When I left Kentucky at age 18 to attend the U.S. Naval Academy and lifted my right hand to swear the oath to defend our... [Read More]
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Tuesday's election results in Kentucky weren't so much political party or policy driven as personally driven. [Read More]
As the days grow shorter and the weather grows colder, it becomes clear that the holiday season will soon be upon us and the interim... [Read More]
Is vaping harder to quit than smoking? In a word, possibly. To answer this question it is important to put nicotine, the cause of persistent... [Read More]
The Eastern Kentucky University women's basketball team used a strong fourth quarter to pick up their second win of the season. [Read More]
The Colonels slipped out of the race for an Ohio Valley Conference championship - and more than likely a spot in the FCS Playoffs -... [Read More]
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A new feature exhibition, "'It'll Tickle Yore Innards!': A (Hillbilly) History of Mountain Dew", is on display through Jan. 20, 2020, at the Museum of... [Read More]
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Dr. Curtis "T" Christian IV's path to writing his new book was a long one, but none will doubt his qualifications. [Read More]
You see the school bus coming toward you slowing down. The stop sign arm is slowly coming out, but you know you're running late. What... [Read More]
After sitting in this chair for the past ten months, I am more and more aware of the definition of the word "perspective" as given... [Read More]
U.S. Air Force Airman Kayleigh J. Murphy graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. [Read More]
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The Berea Welcome Center Carvers once again put their talents to good use last week when they raised $500 to benefit a local charitable cause,... [Read More]
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