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Time to stop and say 'thanks!'

In 1860 a steamboat with nearly 400 passengers broke apart off the Illinois coast. Northwestern student Edward Spencer swam out 17 times to rescue victims. Finishing his final swim, his body gave out, his mind delirious, all he could ask, "Did I do my best?" His superhuman efforts saved 17 lives. S

CYNTHIANA DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 17:46:00

Holiday greenery has some forgotten symbolism

Holiday greenery has a history that goes well beyond the Victorian Christmas tree we gather around today. Most of the holiday greenery we use to decorate dates back to the pagan holidays of the Romans and Northern Europeans when certain plants were chosen for their symbolic powers of restoration an

CYNTHIANA DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-21 21:31:00

Harrison Co. Extension Office offers Vegetarian 101 program

Every day we make choices about what we will eat. Some of us choose foods without much thought. Others make choices based on their health goals. For approximately six to eight million adults in the United States those food choices include no meat, fish, or poultry. So why are so many people choosin

CYNTHIANA DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-21 21:30:00

Sadieville's Polar Express tickets available Nov. 26

Limited tickets for the annual Polar Express event in Sadieville will be available beginning at 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26, at the Scott County Public Library. The event, Dec. 8 and 9, reflects the book of the same name, written by Chris Van Allsburg, that tells the story of an elderly man who reflects

NEWS-GRAPHIC.COM - 2017-11-22 10:00:00

A wave of overdoses hit, killed in Central Kentucky. Now, a man will spend decades in prison.

A Mount Sterling man was sentenced Monday to 35 years in jail by the U.S. District Court in Lexington for supplying the potentially deadly painkillers fentanyl and carfentanil that led to a series of overdoses and one fatality last year. Wesley Hamm was found guilty of conspiring to knowingly and in

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2017-11-21 15:49:00

Acute outbreak of Hepatitis A declared in Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Kentucky health officials have declared an acute outbreak of Hepatitis A. Thirty-one cases have been confirmed across the Bluegrass, 19 of those in Jefferson County. Other counties with confirmed cases include Shelby, Bullitt, Hardin, Henry, Anderson, Mason, Christian, Madiso

WAVE 3 - 2017-11-22 21:12:55

Murder charge dismissed against man accused in 2011 murder

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Prosecutors filed a motion on Tuesday to dismiss a murder charge against a man in Montgomery County. The defense signed off on the agreement to drop the charges against Nicky Miller in the death of Paul Brewer. Brewer was robbed and killed at his Montgomery County hom

WKYT 27 - 2017-11-21 19:57:00

Large argument preceded shooting that left two teen girls dead, police testify

The case against the fourth alleged shooter in a gunfight that left two Winchester teens dead is going to the grand jury. Police said Matthew Carmen, 23, admitted to firing a gun on the night of Nov. 7 at the Washington Street Apartments, but that it was in self-defense. During Carmen's preliminary

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2017-11-22 20:31:00

Petersburg's 'Storybook Christmas' parade set

The town of Petersburg is conjuring fairytale-like holiday magic for its annual Christmas parade with this year's theme, "A Storybook Christmas", planned for Dec. 9. The annual holiday cavalcade in Petersburg will begin below Tina's Place on Railroad Street and make its way towards the heart of the

ELK VALLEY TIMES - 2017-11-22 19:10:00

Melvin D. 'Buck' Ulrich Sr.

NASHVILLE - Melvin D. "Buck" Ulrich Sr., 75, passed away on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. Visitation will be held Friday, Nov. 24, from 5-8 p.m. at Spring Hill Funeral Home. Services will be held Saturday, Nov. 25, at 2 p.m. in the chapel at Spring Hill Funeral Home. Melvin was born to Henry and Leola Ulri

HERALD-CITIZEN - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Feeding the spirit: SCHS food drive easily surpasses goal

Shelbyville Central High School students showed a bounteous spirit and broke their goal for collecting food in their annual Great Canned Food Drive. With a goal of 20,000 food and personal care items, students collected 25,679, Principal Tim Harwell said during the drive's closing ceremony Tuesday.

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2017-11-23 06:00:00

3 Arrested At Local Massage Businesses

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Three women have been arrested following an investigation into complaints of possible prostitution at local massage businesses. The investigation was conducted by the Murfreesboro Police Department and Shelbyville Police Department at two locations: Relief Massage in the 1700 b

WTVF - 2017-11-23 01:21:46

Three arrested in massage parlor prostitution investigation

Three women have been arrested and charged over prostitution allegations in Murfreesboro and Shelbyville. Sana Zhang was charged with six counts of impersonation of a licensed professional and massage of erogenous areas, Baomei Zhao was charged with multiple counts of the same offenses, Ying Chen wa

MURFREESBORO POST - 2017-11-23 02:03:00

FFA students watch Preds game

The Bedford County FFA of Shelbyville Central High School recently traveled to Nashville to attend the Agriculture Night at the Nashville Predators. The students were given a behind the scenes tour of Bridgestone Arena to see how the arena works. After the tour, Farm Bureau of Tennessee hosted a pa

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2017-11-23 06:00:00

Kids! Santa's waiting to receive your letters

The Times-Gazette is again accepting and publishing letters from children to Santa Claus, a decades-old tradition in Bedford County. Letters may be e-mailed to santa@t-g.com, mailed to Shelbyville Times-Gazette, P.O. Box 380, Shelbyville TN 37162, or brought by our offices at 323 East Depot Street.

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2017-11-23 06:00:00

Longtime Goodwill employee thankful for workplace 'family'

LAWRENCEBURG - Mary Matlock knows how it feels to have a loving and supportive family. She also knows how it feels to go without that love and support. As a young adult, Mary lost both of her parents in a car crash. Because she has a learning disability, a court-appointed guardian sent Mary to live


Way to Go!: Jarod Sullivan of Wantagh, Michael Cuellar of Brentwood

Two high school seniors from Long Island are among 125 students nationwide named to the 2018 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band, which will perform Jan. 6 in San Antonio, Texas. Michael Cuellar of Brentwood High School and Jarod Sullivan of Wantagh High School have been awarded all-expenses-paid t

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 22:47:10

Abandoned 'zombie' homes in Long Island frustrate neighbors

EAST MASSAPEQUA, NY - Beware of the zombies. Not the monster type zombies. We're talking about zombie homes. They are homes left vacant after banks foreclosed on the them following the financial crisis and Superstorm Sandy. They deteriorate, create an eyesore and bring property values down. My repor

PIX11.COM - 2017-11-23 03:10:13

Long Island hires and promotions: Joseph Mottola, H2M architects + engineers

H2M architects + engineers in Melville has announced one promotion, and some hires from Ehasz Giacalone Architects in Farmingdale. Joseph Mottola of Massapequa, director of H2M architecture, has been promoted to deputy chief operating officer. Louis P. Giacalone of West Islip, hired as a practice le

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 19:05:00

New Year's Eve 2017: Parties and more on Long Island

Looking to celebrate New Year's Eve on Long Island this year? As 2017 comes to a close, here are some parties, events and more for when the ball drops.Nick & Toni'sPhoto Credit: Wordhampton WHERE | WHEN 136 N. Main St., East Hampton; 5 p.m.-10 p.m. INFO 631-324-3550, nickandtonis.comTHE BASH The eat

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-22 16:07:00