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Today's News

  • St. Catharine teams start New Year as road warriors

    An appropriate Christmas gift for the St. Catharine College basketball programs would have been a credit card for gasoline purchases. Both Patriot teams could put that to good use as they open the new year with three consecutive Mid-South Conference road games.

    Play begins Thursday with the Patriots visiting UVA-Wise. They follow that with Saturday's game at Pikeville and continue their road trip Jan. 14 at Campbellsville. The first home game of the new year is Jan. 19 against Cumberlands.

  • Hunters and fishermen: Resolve to be safe, courteous and legal
  • First buck for Burchell

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    Lucas Burchell, age 12, bagged his first buck, a 12-pointer, during muzzleloader season. He is the son of Jeremy Burchell and Marlena and Bobby Jo Wilcher. He also filled a doe tag while hunting in Illinois.    

  • Moore deer

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    Joe Moore Sr. killed this 12-point deer Dec. 17 on Hwy. 68.   

  • First deer for Gordon

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     Lee Ann Gordon, daughter of Lee and Dorinda Gordon, got her first deer, a doe, on her grandparent’s farm in Raywick during the October 2011 youth hunt.    

  • Legislative bills address drug problem

    As I have looked at the list of pre-filed bills awaiting lawmakers in Frankfort next month, I've noticed that several deal with trying to get a handle on the state's drug problem.

    And let me state at the outset of this missive that I support these bills.

    Sen. Jimmy Higdon, R-Lebanon, is seeking passage of a bill that would regulate the so-called "pill-mills" or pain clinics that are popping up all over the state.

  • Let's take back the airwaves in 2012

    By Lisa Tolliver

     

    Today is the start of a new year and many of us will be making New Year's resolutions.

  • Corrections and Clarifications for Jan. 4

     In the Lebanon Elementary Stars photo in the Dec. 28, 2011 issue, TaLiya Spalding was not identified. She is in the front row, far right.    

  • Five-year-old Fallon fan

    My 5-year-old son might quite possibly be Jimmy Fallon's youngest fan.

    For those of you who aren't familiar with Fallon, he is a 37-year-old actor, comedian, singer, musician and television host. He hosts Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, a late-night talk show that airs Monday through Friday on NBC. He was also a cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1998-2004, and he recently hosted SNL's Christmas episode. He's also appeared in several films.

  • State senator wants your opinion

    I hope this survey finds you and your family happy and healthy!

    In January, both houses of the General Assembly will meet for a 60-day legislative session.  My colleagues and I will be developing a two-year budget for state government as well as looking at other important issues, such as jobs and economic development, education, and Kentucky's roads and highway planning.