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Historical society has monthly meeting

The Jessamine County Historical Society announced it will hold a monthly meeting at 7 p.m. today at 216 N. Main St. in the Farmer’s Bank Square. All members and those interested in membership are required to attend. As a reminder, the society would like to inform the community its doors will be open every Thursday from 1 to 3 p.m. for those interested in researching history and genealogy, or talking about subjects pertaining to Jessamine County history.

Public archaeological dig at Camp Nelson Heritage Park

Camp Nelson Heritage Park has scheduled an archaeological dig on the ground of the Civil War era supply depot and recruitment center available for two sessions, 9 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4 p.m., Saturdays, July 14 and Aug. 4. Camp Nelson is located at 6614 Danville Road. The dig will be led by Dr. Stephen McBride, director of interpretation. Adults and children are encouraged to participate, with children 5-years-old and under requiring an adult companion. Cost is $5 per person. For more information contact Peggy McClintock at 859-881-5716.

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Republicans announce Douglas as Senate District 22 candidate

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Democrats announce Bukulmez as Senate District 22 candidate

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Jessamine County sheriff arrested for DUI

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US27 closed following deadly collision; Road to remain closed for several hours

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Construction site fire leads to fatality

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Health department highlights recovery opportunities 

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Hospitals filling up with COVID-19 patients as virus surge continues 

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Back to school for the square pegs

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Highest ever ‘Ag tag’ donations reach $731,627 for 2021

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Kentucky AG joins coalition opposing Biden rewrite of federal gun laws

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A not-so-novel idea in a novel time

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Med-Save Pharmacy partners with community for check up/vaccination event

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Hospitals filling up with COVID-19 patients as virus surge continues 

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Jessamine County Public Library calendar

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Getting a boost

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Numerous vehicle thefts reported in Orchard Subdivision, Ridgevew Drive areas

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Wilmore Summer Weekend Concert Series concluding Friday, Saturday

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Jessamine County parent, former police officer aiming to help homeless students 

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COVID-19 cases in children at all-time high, hospitals nearing capacity, Governor warns

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Jessamine County Schools return to in-person learning

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The mask wars: Local choice better than Frankfort’s coercion

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Readers answer the call in support of hometown newspapers