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Those driving through Stanford on US 150 might be surprised to see a surplus military tank sitting at the entrance of Veterans’ Park baseball field. It hasn’t been there long, but it has been a long time coming. Since the park opened in 2006,...
++++++++++++++++++++ || [This story originally appeared in the Daily Press May 6, 1996. Jim Kincaid died Sunday, July 17, 2011, at his home in Farmville.] Jim Kincaid had already enjoyed his 15 minutes of fame. This time, he was looking for some...
Dr. Judy Kuriansky is a world renowned radio advice host, clinical psychologist and certified sex therapist, popular lecturer, newspaper columnist, and author of many books. She is a pioneer of radio call-in advice, and more recently of Internet advice. ...
Tags: CBS Corp., Health, Cox Media Group, Inc., Sex, Japan
firstname.lastname@example.orgMotorists driving by might assume they are some kind of highway department markers. Those small numbered white obelisks emblazoned with Confederate flags mark spots, or near spots, where incidents, skirmishes or significant battles took place in...
PIX11.comMiss Texas Teen USA, Danielle Doty, was crowned Miss Teen USA 2011 this past Saturday at the beautiful Atlantis, Paradise Island in the Bahamas on July 16, 2011. The 18-year-old winner is from Harlingen, Texas. She says "Being crowned Miss Teen USA is...
Electric power plants that burn oil or coal in Maryland sent more than 27 million pounds of toxic pollutants into the air in 2009. That was the fifth-highest total in the nation and a threat to public health, according to a new report by the Natural...
Remote Area Medical, an organization that provides free medical service around the world, will soon be holding a clinic providing free medical services to Pulaski and surrounding counties, including Lincoln. The event is being hosted by the Somerset...
If you are interested in advertising in one of the Schurz Communications newspapers in Kentucky" href="http://www.centralkynews.com/topic/us/kentucky-PLGEO100102400000000.topic">Kentucky, you'll probably run into Helen Powers. Powers has just been...
God bless the American media. Over the last two weeks, thousands of well-educated journalists and political experts have made their mortgage payments by commenting on the antics of an idiot congressman who tweeted a picture of his genitals, and an idiot...
With the excessive moisture from persistent rains and overflowing creeks, streams and other areas with standing water, our trees and plants will be adversely affected. The root system of a tree needs oxygen to survive and obtains most of that oxygen...
Tags: Rivers, Forestry and Timber, Floods, Bodies of Water, Ohio
OLATHE, Kan. – If central U.S. lawns are looking faded or patchy and increasingly wheat-colored, that’s because most area homeowners grow cool-season turfs – tall fescue or Kentucky bluegrass. Unless irrigated regularly, those turfs...
Tags: Kansas, Water Restrictions
Morton Pollowitz, known as "The Duke," died peacefully on July 23, 2011, at the Sam Swope Comfort Care Center in Louisville, Ky. Morty and his wife, Melinda, had been living in Kentucky only a month at the time of his death. Formerly, they were 18-year...
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