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Federal funding of $111.8 Million will help Kentucky reduce carbon dioxide emissions

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration announced a new program that unlocks $6.4 billion in formula ...

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Calipari says Tshiebwe evaluated correct information before making his big decision

Before Oscar Tshiebwe officially announced he was staying at Kentucky for another season he had some telling him ...

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Local boy scout leads handicap door project at A Gathering Place, earning him Eagle Scout rank

Local Boy Scout Benjamin Guerrant, Jr. has earned the rank of Eagle Scout by leading a project to ...

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EDA meeting tomorrow at CentreWorks

The Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Authority has a Special Called Meeting at 3:00pm Wednesday, May 11th, 2022 at ...

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Oscar Tshiebwe named Mr. Wildcat at CATSPY Awards

At this year’s CATSPY Awards at Kentucky, named Mr. Wildcat were Oscar Tshiebwe of basketball, Will Shaner of ...

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Boyle County Schools now charging tuition to all non-resident students

The Boyle County Schools Board of Education (BOE) passed the second reading of changes to several nonresident admittance ...

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Boil Water Advisory: Lyons St., Sheridan Ave., Cox St., and Liddell St. in Perryville

A boil water advisory has been issued for all of Lyons St., Sheridan Ave., Cox St., and Liddell ...

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Atmos Energy to replace steel pipes in Danville

During Atmos Energy’s 2009 rate case, the Kentucky Public Service Commission approved a Pipeline Replacement Program (PRP) for ...

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Shaker Village to close riverboat cruises

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill will end operations of its paddlewheel riverboat after 40 years of cruises along ...

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Boyle County Detention Center receives Kentucky’s first perfect score on re-entry program

Boyle County Detention Center (BCDC) has achieved a perfect score on the program audit from the Kentucky Department ...

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Anna Rupp bleeds blue and Kentucky just felt like right place for her collegiate career

Imagine growing up in Lexington with the last name of Rupp. In a state that loves basketball, that’s ...

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Shamrock performing arts summer camps coming to West T. Hill theater

Shamrock summer camps are returning to West T. Hill community theater in Danville after a two-year Covid-19 hiatus. ...

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Mother’s Day / Motherless Day

By: Sherron Westerfield, Community columnist When I was a child, women wore flowers or corsages to church on ...

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O’Charley’s served free meals to the Danville Fire Department on International Firefighters Day

O’Charley’s celebrated International Firefighters Day by serving free meals to the Danville Fire Department. The celebration is part ...

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Danville conducting Michael Smith Park survey

The City of Danville seeks input from the Community on the future improvements to Michael Smith Park on ...

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“Motherhood Out Loud” opens at West T. Hill Thursday

By: Brenda Edwards, contributing writer A play about the many phases of motherhood will kick off the 2022 ...

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Titans lose to Danville after 11-game winning streak

A winning streak to build confidence, a losing streak to instill humility. Both will be useful in the ...

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Pets of the Week – May 6, 2022

Our pets of the week are Daisy and Jett. Daisy is a big, beautiful girl about two years ...

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The End of an Era

By Mimi Becker You know you have reached a certain age when you begin to refer to changes ...

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Elzy adds two veteran transfers to revamped roster

Kentucky women’s basketball coach Kyra Elzy added a pair of transfers to her revamped roster on Monday. South ...