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East Bernstadt Fire and Rescue held the East Bernstadt Christmas Parade at First Baptist Church of East Bernstadt Saturday night. Fire Trucks, tractors and other vehicles were adorned with holiday lights and designs. Santa Claus rode atop one of the trucks and stayed after the parade to meet…

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Fires in the fireplace or outside in the fire pit are intrinsically connected to our visions of nestling in for a long comfy winter. Let the winter bring its ice and snow if it wants. Inside, we have a fire to snuggle up to.

In an effort to kick our holiday spirit into high gear as we have reached December, The Sentinel-Echo newsroom staff is sharing our top picks for three different Christmas topics over the course of the month. In each newspaper, you will see the top picks for the topic of the week chosen by o…

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With their bright red, pink or white leaves, poinsettias herald the approach of the holiday season. They are beautiful as stand-alone plants or as components of bigger holiday displays. In the United States, we grow poinsettias as indoor potted plants, most in heated greenhouses, but you mig…

FRANKFORT – Funding for reimbursements under the Buy Local program has been exhausted for 2019, Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles announced recently. Buy Local is a Kentucky Proud initiative that rewards participating restaurants, distributors, and other foodservice businesses for buying…

This week I am writing about Jailer Dan H. Lovill who was temporarily removed from office. (His last name was also spelled Lovell and Loville.) I found record of the exact day he was removed from office but I was never able to ascertain the date or the reason he returned. I do know he return…

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The 30th annual Christmas on Main brought out a large crowd on Friday evening to participate in the many facets of the downtown celebration. The highlight was the Randy Smith Christmas on Main Parade. The hour-long show brought out a variety of participants, ranging from themed lighted float…

If you missed the contest between the two Cash Express offices with their contest between Ambulance Inc. and London City Fire Department coat and toy drive on Saturday, there is still another chance to donate for needy children in the area.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky has a new governor as Democrat Andy Beshear was sworn in to office early Tuesday during a private ceremony just after midnight in the Governor's Mansion.

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Emilia Bustle sings Tuesday morning during the Inaugural Breakfast in Frankfort. Bustle is a London native and the daughter of William and Lisa Bustle of London. She sang "My Old Kentucky Home" during the inaugural breakfast. Bustle is a graduate of the University of Kentucky with a degree i…

As the winter season approaches, it's essential to take precautions. The icy weather puts people at risk of hypothermia, frostbite, heart attack, car accidents and even carbon monoxide poisoning. Use these tips from the National Safety Council and the Department of Homeland Security to ensur…

Victoria Brashear attended the Christmas on Main Pageant where she won a Supreme title Ultimate Mega Face. Brashear is the daughter of Terry and MaryAnn Brashear. | Photo submitted

FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky has a new governor as Democrat Andy Beshear was sworn in to office early Tuesday during a private ceremony just after midnight in the Governor's Mansion.

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The 34-foot Christmas tree at the Town Center was lit Thursday night. Lights on the tree displayed numbers for the crowd present, counting down to its official lighting. When it hit zero, the tree shuffled through various animated patterns as its speakers boomed classic holiday jingles. Pare…

The London-Laurel County Chamber of Commerce held its monthly meeting on Nov. 21 and welcomed new members to their membership. Presenting the plaques was Deanna Herrmann, executive director.

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The King James Version (KJV) in II Timothy 2:15 of the Bible describes the role that a Christian should adapt: "Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth."

In an effort to kick our holiday spirit into high gear as we have reached December, The Sentinel-Echo newsroom staff is sharing our top five picks for three different Christmas topics over the course of the month. Each day you will see the top five picks for the topic of the week chosen by o…

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The honors and achievements of Laurel County School programs keep rolling in - and school board members are always ready to herald those who participate in those achievements.

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Jimmy Delmar Barnard, 77, London, passed away Friday, December 6, 2019 at Baptist Health Corbin. Funeral was Tuesday in London Funeral Home Chapel with Roger Hayre officiating. Burial followed at Barnard Family Gardens. The family received friends Monday.