Education

BR-69 seeking ban on race, sex, religion education

A bill is set to be introduced into the next legislative session that, if passed, will restrict education ...

Education

Vigil held for coach Erinn Thompson

East Jessamine High School baseball coach Erinn Thompson continues his battle with the COVID-19 virus. Meanwhile, students and ...

Features

Bobby Day Wilson, Wife Anna, lift city-county life, progress

Versatility marks the interesting career of Nicholasville native Bobby Day Wilson. His wife of 56 years, Anna Alexander ...

Features

Pat’s Praise: Trickle Down Effect

We hear and read about the trickle-down effect in our economy wherein fashion trends flow from upper class ...

Features

Princess Angels has biggest year yet helping children

It’s been ten years since the Princess Angels program began, and 2021 is its biggest year yet. To ...

Education

Jessamine adult ed student scores third highest in social studies GED

“We’re always happy to see people pass the GED regardless of the score they got,” said Mary Newton, ...

Features

Shepherds House helping with addiction, education and more

Whether it’s helping the homeless, connecting those suffering from addiction with resources, or prepping people for their GED, ...

Features

COLUMN
Big television leads to big dreams

It’s that time of the year again that makes it so hard to not spend too much money. ...

faith

That little word called ‘hope’

By Pat Throckmorton/Contributor As we lit the first candle of the Advent season, which represents hope, I was ...

Breaking News

Masks required again in Jessamine schools

After the decision late October to make masks optional, the Jessamine County Board of Education will once again ...

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