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“Welcome back, Mr. Whitlock,” the hotel host greeted me as Lori and I returned from an evening out.
Last week, the National Football League (NFL) reached a tentative deal with referees to end the labor dispute get them back on the field.
Occasionally, we think it’s nice to look around and notice the good things going on in the community. Here is a list of events and organizations that deserve a pat on the back.
I’m not from here. I haven’t read this newspaper my whole life and I’m only connected to a tiny number of people that live here.
Mr. Fattizzi’s rant has finally caused me to respond to this misguided concept that people have.
My memory is shot to pieces with the ravishes of old age.
For the past several years, and probably for years before that, the eve of the Marion - Washington County High School football rivalry usually involved some sort of mild act of vandalism.
After reading Rep. Guthries article in the paper last week I thought that for a change we, the people, should hear the truth and not his talking points! I would like to give you the truth about all of the policies that Rep. Guthrie mentioned.
(Writer’s note: I represented the UK Army ROTC program at the Winchester, Ky., Veterans celebration last Saturday as the keynote speaker. Below is the speech that I gave.)
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