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McCANN: This weekend — Art, music and vintage baseball

The Gate City Arts Guild in Mount Sterling is slowly opening back up. On Aug. 7, the group’s art exhibit, Serendipity, opened to the public. ... Read more

SMITH: The power of the cat nap 

I blink my eyes open and peer at my watch — 2:17 p.m. I yawn and swing my legs onto the floor, then bend at ... Read more

CONDLEY: Copycat cornbread needed a little extra oven time

When our friend, Shiela, came over for ribs on the grill a couple of weeks ago (along with the roasted cabbage), I wanted to prepare ... Read more

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MIND & BODY: August is National Breastfeeding Month

Since the first National Breastfeeding Month was celebrated in 2011, it has continued to be recognized for the entire month of August, with the first ... Read more

ENOCH: The most historic places in Clark County — Indian Old Fields

Indian Old Fields has to be one of the most historic places in Clark County. Geographically situated in the extreme eastern end of the county, ... Read more

WATERS: Return to bustling economy rather than turning to D.C.

It’s not a coincidence that the same folks who wrongly predicted Kentucky would face a $500,000 budget shortfall at the end of the fiscal year ... Read more

WITT: HEALS Act is a handout to those who don’t need it

On July 27, four days before the CARES Act was scheduled to run out, Senate Republicans proposed the HEALS Act (Health, Economic Assistance, Liability Protection, ... Read more

BRODY: You’re never too old to enjoy life, romance

This week I didn’t know what I wanted to write about, but I knew I wanted it to be touching and I wanted it to ... Read more

AT THE LIBRARY: Paycheck Protection Program guidelines from the SBA, new events and services from the library

On Aug. 5, the Clark County Public Library received updated Paycheck Protection Program guidelines from the Small Business Administration and the Department of the Treasury.   ... Read more

Koutoulas: John Lewis’ legacy of passive resistance

I was a kid in the 1960s. I was too young to scarcely notice, much less comprehend, the tremendous changes occurring in the US. I ... Read more

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