Spectrum

A race for the pure?

What did the 2006 elections tell us about the political role of conservative Christians, which... More

  • By RICHARD N. OSTLING For AP Weekly Features
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No idle semifinalist

AP Music Writer NEW YORK (AP) As a contestant on American Idol, Kellie Pickler was a magnetic... More

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Rotary news

Here are highlights of the Oct. 25 and Nov. 1 meetings of the Frankfort Rotary Club. The club... More

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DEAR ABBY

DEAR ABBY: On Thursday, Nov. 16, millions of smokers will take part in the American Cancer... More

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Remarkably unremarkable

NEW YORK (AP) The remarkable thing about the 28 children in the cast of the new Broadway show... More

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Table talk for turkey day

NEW YORK (AP) We start this holiday season as truly connected people. A decade ago, it might... More

  • By SAMANTHA CRITCHELL Associated Press Writer
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Are generic drugs good?

The high cost of prescription drugs has everyone looking for ways to save. Hospitals, HMOs and... More

  • By JOE GRAEDON AND TERESA GRAEDON, Ph.D.
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Calling all believers

2006, The Washington Post The latest cellphone technology brings new meaning to the notion of... More

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Gnostic fad takes a hit

Gnosticism, the religious rival that lost out to orthodox Christianity in ancient times, has... More

  • By RICHARD N. OSTLING For AP Weekly Features
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Money matters

Basic budgeting, credit and investing were topics covered at a workshop held recently at the... More

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Around the town

Vaden receives degree Kelly Lee Vaden, of Frankfort, graduated from Wilson Technical Community... More

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Going the distance

Adam Purnell begins his workday at 4 a.m. by barreling down the freeway through the pre-dawn... More

  • By NICK DIVITO For AP Weekly Features
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