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There it was, a beautiful brand new bicycle. It was what she really wanted. What she got, at first, was a doll house that was lovingly made by her father.

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Since being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at the age of 2, Owensboro resident Corey Ziemer has used art as a form of expression to communicate with his loved ones. Now, he has developed it into his own business, according to his mother Tisha Ziemer.

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My faith heritage is located in the Radical Reformation and Reason. Because of that, Holy Week is for people of similar heritage pretty much like any other week of the year. Those who come from mainline traditions may spend more days attending services this week than any other time of year.

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After a media firestorm ignited by a Vatican condemnation of same-sex unions — because God “cannot bless sin” — Catholic progressives immediately looked for hope in the words of bishops, President Joe Biden and even Pope Francis.

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Baptist Health Madisonville has been awarded a $10,000 WHAS Crusade for Children grant that was utilized to purchase a gait training device that will help children in the Pediatric Therapy Care program.

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The telling of history is never fair. Even the best historians have their biases and agendas. Anyone who has carefully read the books of Kings and Chronicles in the Bible know that even there we find different perspectives.

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This generation is the generation which gives absolute priority to the personal and which tends in a remarkable way to withdraw into the self. This might surprise those who think of our youth as highly activist, sign-carrying protesters who stage teach-ins, sit-ins, walk-ins, and stay-ins al…

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Having reached the vice president’s chair in the U.S. Senate, the self-proclaimed QAnon shaman, UFO expert and metaphysical healer removed his coyote-skin and buffalo horns headdress and announced, with a megaphone, that it was time to pray.

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The swearing in of Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday, Jan. 20 was a moment of firsts for the nation and personally tugged on the heartstrings of one local elected official.

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Performing arts can sometimes be an overlooked curriculum in schools, but for Hopkins County students, the show must go — even if it’s in a digital format.

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Thanks to some ingenuity by the Kentucky Association for Academic Competition, or KAAC, district Governor’s Cup competitions at the high school level were conducted on Saturday across the Commonwealth in a virtual fashion.

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I have done a few hikes in my time. My favorite ones have been with my family and begin at the base of a hill or mountain and ascend to a lake, a magnificent view, or just the top of the hill. About seven miles one way is about my limit, and with children under ten that was usually fun until…

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I’ve been so focused on helping to develop these vaccines that I barely thought about the mechanics of getting it myself until this month. How can our process be this complicated? I’ve been calling around now for the last several weeks. I could not find out where, or when, or how to receive …

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Henry “Enrique” Tarrio had already publicized his plans to participate in the Jan. 6 “Stop the Steal” rally. The 36-year-old Miami resident and national chairman of the Proud Boys posted on social media that he would direct small teams of his far-right group with a history of violence to wea…

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Has anyone ever had any success in handling a situation by shouting, “Everybody just calm down!” Didn’t think so.

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We celebrate the birth of Christ near to the darkest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. The light of the world shining in the darkness. This year, for many, the celebration will be either changed, muted, or nearly non-existent.