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Warmer weather means ticks are active and looking to suck your blood

State wildlife officials are reminding Kentuckians to take precautions against tick bites, which can transmit disease. “Ticks are ...

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Biden issues major disaster declaration for 11 Kentucky counties after April storms

By McKenna Horsley Kentucky Lantern President Joe Biden issued a major disaster declaration for 11 Kentucky counties affected ...

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Walker has high NFL ceiling

Kentucky associate coach Vince Marrow often talks with UK defensive line coach Anwar Stewart as well as defensive ...

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Doolin wins Republican primary for Circuit Clerk

Lincoln County voters have chosen Angelia Doolin to serve as the Republican candidate for Lincoln County Circuit Clerk ...

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School board appoints McGuffey to fill vacant District 1 seat

Tyler McGuffey has been appointed by the Lincoln County Board of Education to fill the vacant District 1 ...

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Summer camps at the Art Center begin May 28

Summer break is just around the corner, and when school is out, art is in! The Art Center ...

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McDowell Wellness Center offering swim lessons

McDowell Wellness Center in Danville is offering group swim lessons.  The lessons will begin on Monday, June 3 ...

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McWhorter accepts challenge as Garrard girls coach

Cassandra McWhorter loves a challenge, and she knows she has found one at Garrard County. McWhorter has been ...

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Holland: What is the abundant life Jesus offers?

By Billy Holland In this modern age, religious seekers often comb the Bible for passages that promise endless ...

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Mingione named SEC Coach of the Year

For the second time in his tenure, Kentucky baseball coach Nick Mingione was named Southeastern Conference Coach of ...

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Stanford Code Enforcement gives seven-year anniversary report

It was seven years ago when Stanford Code Enforcement was created after the City Council adopted House Bill ...

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Kentucky finalizing ban on hunting feral swine in hopes of slowing their advance

By Liam Niemeyer Kentucky Lantern Because an “educated” pig is harder to track or trap, Kentucky is taking ...

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Shaker Village opens natural children’s playscape

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill has officially opened a Children’s Playscape that uses all natural materials and blends ...

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Lincoln boys win Salt River Conference Boys Championship

Lincoln County boys soccer won at the Salt River Conference Boys Championship. Cooper Wells scored on a header ...

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Mental Health Month: Psychiatrist shares tips on mental illness

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness and reducing the stigma surrounding mental ...

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Opportunity to request a referendum: Soybean Program

The USDA Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) announces that soybean producers may request a referendum to determine whether producers ...

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LCHS students accepted into Governor’s School for the Arts

Lincoln County High School Junior Brody Skipper was accepted into the Governor’s School for the Arts for Vocal ...

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Four local athletes win at CKC track and field meet

Two defending state track and field champions won their events last Friday at the Central Kentucky Conference Championships ...

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Lincoln tennis teams competed in inaugural 45th District tournament

The Lincoln County tennis teams competed in the inaugural 45th District team tournament last week at Boyle County, ...

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School board discusses salary increases

In an effort to keep wages competitive, Lincoln County Board of Education members are considering raising wages for ...