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firstname.lastname@example.org years ago —1911 Several months ago every business in Danville was closed on the Sabbath for a short time, but the mandate was obeyed only a short while. Yesterday afternoon, Mayor Wallace swore out a warrant against the proprietors of the...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Winds that ripped through part of Lincoln County when many people were getting ready for work and school Monday morning left considerable destruction in their wake. The storm appeared to move just south of Stanford, causing the heaviest...
Tags: Tornadoes, Human Interest, Vehicles, Weather, Schools
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — The massive might of E.W. Brown Generating Station is evident by the giant smokestacks and plumes visible for miles, but employees now are relying on their own power to move about inside and around the facility. Since last year,...
email@example.comThe popular Danville Children’s Choir is returning after an almost-six-year absence, with a new conductor and assistant conductor/accompanist. Meg Stohlman is the new conductor, and Daniel Wesley is the new assistant conductor/accompanist. Auditions...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — There has been no confirmation a tornado touched down in Lincoln County this morning, but officials say winds caused thousands of dollars in damage along a path south of Stanford. Don Gilliam, the county’s Emergency Management...
I have flown from Charlotte to Amsterdam and stayed just long enough to visit a coffee shop and see some Van Goghs before flying back across the Atlantic. I have flown from Los Angeles to New York and wandered 5th Avenue and Central Park for an...
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