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Federal student aid programs can help pay college costs

The federal government offers many financial aid programs to help students and families pay for college. Applying for those programs means submitting the Free Application ... Read more

1 week ago by The Jessamine Journal.

HOLLAND: Love lifted me

Our lives are filled with activity and hectic schedules and we have only been given a certain amount of days to accomplish what God wants ... Read more

3 weeks ago by The Jessamine Journal.

HOLLAND: What does God want for Christmas?

Once again, we have stressed with trying to figure out what to give people who already have everything they need. If you are like me, ... Read more

1 month ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Jessamine students honored with Youth Salute

Jessamine County students were among more than 800 outstanding leaders recognized recently by Central Kentucky Youth Salute. The Central Kentucky Council on Youth Leadership was ... Read more

1 month ago by The Jessamine Journal.

HOLLAND: The extraordinary parents of Jesus

T his is the time of year when we display our nativity sets and it’s common to see depictions on the front of Christmas cards ... Read more

1 month ago by The Jessamine Journal.

HOLLAND: The essence of self-discipline

The attitude of our fallen human nature is not very nice. In fact, the word depraved is commonly used. Christians are required to honor God ... Read more

2 months ago by The Jessamine Journal.

HOLLAND: Didn’t I see you with Jesus?

I’ve often heard people say that we should not discuss religion or politics, and I agree we are less likely to argue if we avoid ... Read more

2 months ago by The Jessamine Journal.

JCS goes back to online only

Although there have been no confirmed cases of transmission of COVID-19 in a school setting in Jessamine County Schools, Superintendent Matt Moore has decided that, ... Read more

3 months ago by Randy Patrick.

Staying calm as we continue to pray

Do you believe that God intervenes in the affairs of mankind or do you consider the philosophy where He stands back and calmly watches everything ... Read more

3 months ago by The Jessamine Journal.

Schools in ‘red zone’ to remain open

Jessamine County Schools will continue to offer in-person classes even though the county is now in the “critical” status for coronavirus infections. On Oct. 29, ... Read more

3 months ago by Randy Patrick.

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