Pastor Lee Cruse told his audience that when he and Sandy Stults were both schoolteachers at Conkwright Junior High in the 1970s, he “didn’t like ...
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Pastor Lee Cruse told his audience that when he and Sandy Stults were both schoolteachers at Conkwright Junior High in the 1970s, he “didn’t like ... Read more
For a whole year, their only protection was to wear a mask and keep their distance, and for several months, it wasn’t safe for them ... Read more
Saturday was a good day for ice cream. And art. During the noon hour, there was a steady stream of people who came by the ... Read more
The Kentucky Association of School Administrators has been chosen to help Clark County Board of Education find the school district’s next top administrator. The board ... Read more
Winchester won’t have enough paramedics for its ambulance service until it pays them what they’re worth. That was the point Chief Cathy Rigney of Winchester ... Read more
BY BILL McCANN Arts Columnist Summer theater Kentucky Shakespeare, based in Louisville, is touring performances of “Romeo and Juliet” to parks across the Louisville metro ... Read more
City Clerk Joy Curtis didn’t want to do it. Nor did Mayor Ed Burtner. But somebody had to read the order accepting the retirement of ... Read more
Gate Precast, one of Winchester’s oldest manufacturers, is closing. Mayor Ed Burtner shared that information with other city officials at a Board of Commissioners meeting ... Read more
American flags decorate the graves of veterans in the Winchester Cemetery this week. They were placed Wednesday by students from the Army Junior Reserve Officer ... Read more
An early morning fire Saturday destroyed a house near Old Boonesboro Road and damaged two others, but the residents all escaped. Battalion Chief Will Jordan ... Read more