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Ice as you've never seen it before
When it started snowing after the ice storm on December 9, landscape photographer Kristen Meister grabbed her macro gear and headed out to her Woodbridge, Virginia, backyard.
16 hrs ago
Four, including child, escape from house fire in Winchester
A fire that started on the second floor of a house on Irvine Road in Winchester sent a family running for safety early Wednesday morning.
20 hrs ago
Wholesalers' stockpiles up 1.4%
A worker keeps watch over glass bottles before they are filled with ginger ale at the Ale-8-One Bottling Co.
Phil Jefferis stumbled across a spider web covered in ice droplets in his Winchester, Kentucky, backyard on Sunday after an ice storm had passed through the prior day.
Clark County: Winchester Empty Bowls is Friday; registration for nurse aide training underway
Winchester Empty Bowls will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday at First Presbyterian Church at the corner of Windridge Drive and the bypass.
Christmas tree farm guide 2013
The selection at Barker's Christmas Tree Farm in Lexington includes Scotch and white pine, and Canaan, Douglas and Fraser firs.
Edna I. Givens
She was born Feb. 18, 1928, in Palestine, W.Va., a daughter of the late Kelsie T. and Wanda Peck Board.
Jessamine County: Christmas in the Country Craft Festival is Saturday
The Christmas in the Country Craft Festival will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday at the First Vineyard Winery.
Winchester business owner robbed and beaten
Winchester Police are after two men they say assaulted and robbed a well known member of the community.
Clark County, Ky., resident preserves stories of veterans [Online Extra]
<![CDATA[WINCHESTER, Ky. (AP) -- A Clark County resident is making sure the stories of American veterans aren't forgotten. According to the Winchester Sun, Don Rose interviews area veterans for the Veterans History Project, which is backed by the American Folklife Center and seeks to preserve the personal accounts of veterans for future generations. Rose recently surpassed 200 interviews. Once completed, two copies are made of the interview. One goes to the local library and another goes to the veteran's family. The original is sent to the Library of Congress, which Rose said has started making the interviews available online. The project prefers combat veterans, but Rose said he will interview any willing veterans. "We'll still do it because they put that uniform on and they said, 'I am declaring myself as willing to put myself on the line for my country,' " he said. "And that counts too."
Winchester votes on taking loan to fund schools
Althea Candy Perez, member of the board of selectmen, says Saturday's referendum will determine whether the town could take a low-interest loan from Bank of America to cover school operations until the town receives a $4 million Education Cost Sharing Grant from the state at the end of April or early May. Town manager Dale Martin says of if the ... (more)