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Raymond Gallagher, a 2008 graduate of Aberdeen Roncalli High School, attended the Henry Clay Center for Statesmanship Student Congress in Lexington, Ky., June 20-25. The event educates a new generation of leaders in the principles and practices of...
Coast Guard Seaman Rachel French, daughter of Laura J. Dalzell of Lexington and Michael W. French, of Nicholasville recently graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Recruit Training Center in Cape May, N. J. During the eight-week training program, French...
LEXINGTON — As the nation commemorates the Civil War sesquicentennial, a new documentary film explores the decades-long incubation of the tragedy that eventually claimed more than one million lives. Chronicling the span of America’s history...
Tags: Slavery, Kentucky, Education, Unrest, Conflicts and War, History
Robert C. Cameron, 82, Addison, died June 13, 2011 at Henry Clay Villa, Markleysburg. He was born Feb. 6, 1929 in Lower Turkeyfoot Twp., a son of Melvin and Hazel (Rose) Cameron. His parents, sister, Laverne Sanner, brothers, Charles Melvin Cameron and...
Pop & HissL.A. Unheard gives a shout-out to Seasons, which performs as part of Swahili Blonde's residency at the Echo on Monday....
Top of the TicketAfter President Obama remarked on how comments about him compared to those directed at Abraham Lincoln, we take a look at some historical trash talk....
firstname.lastname@example.orgLess than eight months after taking over the former Wilmore Camp Meeting location, Confrontation Point Ministries has put its mark on the site. Improvements to the property, including the rebuilding of the old Children’s Tabernacle have been...
Viola M. Hyatt, 83, Confluence, died June 3, 2011, in Somerset Hospital. Born March 14, 1928, in Rawlings, Md., a daughter of Richard B. and Gertrude Ellen (Beck) Anderson. Preceded in death by parents; husbands, George Tressler and Max Milton Hyatt;...
Tags: Ohio, Robert Anderson
LEXINGTON – Lincoln County’s Colin Hart got just what he wanted out of the 2011 KHSAA State Tennis Tournament. While an unbeaten run through the state finals is the ultimate goal of every competitor, the Lincoln County High School freshman,...
Mildred Murray Campbell, 90, of Wesley Village, Wilmore, died suddenly March 23, 2011. She was born in Magoffin County on March 10, 1921. She was the first child of Willie Lafayette Murray and Myrtle Iris Adams Murray. At age 9, she lost her mother and...
email@example.comAfter last year’s state track meet, Diamond Pace took a nice, long break from competitive sports. No summer track, no cross country this fall. Now the Danville junior is re-energized and ready to get back to her state championship form. “I...
Tags: Kentucky, Education, Politics, Tennis, Human Interest
Kentucky is so blessed to have so many wonderful places to visit. Spring break will be taking place soon, and I hope parents will take advantage of some of the historical sites in Kentucky and take their children for a visit. I am almost ashamed to admit...
Jul 11, 2011 |Story| Aberdeen News
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