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Fall classics

Ah, comes now September! Not quite the same as the poets rhapsodic perfect days of June nor... More

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Beasley-Lathrem

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilhoite, of Frankfort, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of... More

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Turner loved agriculture

Special to The State Journal The Franklin County Extension Service office would like to honor the... More

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Dear Abby

DEAR ABBY: About a month ago, I was shocked out of my shoes. My longtime friend, Orville, told me... More

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Was 9/11 a conspiracy?

AP Religion Writer The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) has tumbled into a new dispute over the Sept.... More

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CANNONBALL RUN

Associated Press Writer NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Thousands of fans hadnt even arrived at the... More

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Raider to the rescue

At 21 years old, Jessica Eastman is finally allowed to stay home by herself. Well, not completely... More

  • By HALEY BECK State Journal Staff Writer
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Signs great for planting flowers

Flowers, flowers, and flowers are the order for the next two days! If you have fall flowers to... More

  • By PHILIP CASE State Journal Columnist
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Riddle-Lee

Deborah Riddle, of Frankfort, and Bill Riddle, of Lawrenceburg, announce the engagement and... More

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McIlvoy-Redmon

Mr. and Mrs. William McIlvoy announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter,... More

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League anniversary

Billy and Elizabeth League celebrated the 50th anniversary of their wedding with a reception at... More

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Bell-Pund

Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Bell, of Louisville, and Mr. More

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Plan now for unexpected disasters

The United States Department of Homeland Security is asking all Americans to take a few simple... More

  • By DEBBIE H. FLEMING Special to The State Journal
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