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Film featuring Boyle, Centre recently ranked in top five movies on Netflix

Over the autumn, the thriller Rust Creek, which features scenes set in Boyle County and at Centre College, became available on Netflix. Though it originally ... Read more

11 hours ago by Olivia Mohr.

The Art of Being Black: Kentucky artists present powerful visual commentary on race in new Art Center exhibit

BY KATE SNYDER News release Danville, KY – Jan. 12 marked the opening of an innovative new exhibit at Art Center of the Bluegrass. The ... Read more

3 days ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Personal Effects: James Riley books

BY JERRY SAMPSON Community columnist Question: Jerry, I’m been helping Mom and Dad to downsize recently. They had inherited, years and years ago, a collection ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Life with a smile: The Quarantine Chronicles

BY KATE SNYDER Community columnist Despite my best efforts and careful precautions, I found out on New Year’s Eve that I had been exposed to ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

From our files, Jan. 8, 2021

100 Years AGO — 1921 George Essman, the Austrian, who is charged with committing assault and battery on his daughter, had his trial in Judge ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Robin Hart.

A New Year, a new reading challenge

Boyle county public library News release In 2020 the Boyle County Public Library joined Beanstack — a fun virtual way to participate in reading challenges. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

A new year brings hope of change

BY JACK GODBEY Community columnist A brand new year has finally arrived! It seems that for many people this couldn’t have come soon enough. 2020 ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Danville physician was active in the community, treated Civil War soldiers in Perryville

By Brenda Edwards Contributing writer A Danville physician was active in the community for more than 50 years in the late 1800s. Dr. John M. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Advocate-Messenger.

Former resident donates trees for Hilldale Cemetery

In mid-December, Danville city crews planted 25 trees at Hilldale Cemetery. This fall Nathan Doneghy, a Danville Independent Schools alumnus, landscaper and “tree broker” who ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Olivia Mohr.

SCOOP; Constitution Square tree brochure is popular

By Susan Jonas Garden Club of Danville Can you tell the difference between a maple tree and an oak? How about a dogwood or a ... Read more

1 month ago by Advocate-Messenger.

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