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Lt. Hale Wreath Laying Remembrance and Memorial

Despite the stormy weather, over 20 people gathered to honor Lt. Hale and other POW-MIA soldiers. The memorial began with the Presentation of Colors. Lt. Hale’s story was told at his memorial, including his disappearance over the Quang Tri Provence of South Vietnam on March 8, 1971.                 

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OES Pin Presentations

It was a night of celebrating for Vine Grove Chapter # 122, Order of the Eastern Star. Sister Hope Ready received her 50-year pin. There to do the honors for her was Sister Tammy Sizemore. Hope first became a member of Eastern Star at Naomi Chapter # 14 in Louisville on Jan. 09, 1969.   

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Local Bowler Plays Perfect Game

On February 27, local bowler Todd Medley played a perfect game. As a member of one of the local Men’s League teams, Medley bowls every Wednesday evening at Lynn’s Pins in Brandenburg. A perfect game in bowling means a score of 300 points. To get such a score, the bowler must bowl 12 strikes, where…

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Breckinridge County Sheriff Arrested Again

For the second time in less than five years, Breckinridge County Sheriff Todd Pate was arrested and charged with suspicion of DUI. Kentucky State Police (KSP) have said that Pate was involved in a two-vehicle traffic accident around 6:30 p.m. on KY 259 near McDaniels in Breckinridge County.

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Ekron Elementary Performs Mary Poppins Jr.

Everyone had a “Practically Perfect” time at the performances of Mary Poppins Jr. on March 8-10 at the Meade County High School auditorium! Students from Ekron Elementary, grades 2 through 6, directed by music teacher Cassie Lucas, transported the audience to the setting of London in the early 1900s.               

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Teacher Protests Go to Frankfort

Hundreds of teachers from across the Commonwealth of Kentucky have left their classrooms to protest at the state capitol in Frankfort. This is not the first time in recent memory that teachers have taken their concerns to the seat of state legislation. Protests last year in April lead to state-wide teacher walk-outs and protests.       

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