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Since there’s no planting going on unless it’s in a greenhouse, let’s keep it short this week and review what’s ahead in December. In just a little more than three weeks we’ll be turning the calendar and stepping into the third decade of the 21st century. It’s kind of mind boggling – at leas…

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Ham is available in many variations which makes it a popular meat to serve at holiday gatherings. If you are in the market to purchase a ham, you might see terms such as fresh, canned, cook before eating, fully cooked, smoked and country written on the package. With all of these terms, it ca…

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The Frankfort High School Drama Club presents Barbara Robinson’s “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” opening Thursday at 7 p.m. in the high school’s Karen Kimmel Hatter Theatre, 328 Shelby St.  Performances will also be held on Friday at 7 p.m. as well as Saturday, Dec. 14 at 7 p.m. and will …

Kris O'Daniel, an environmental contributor to the Lexington-Herald Leader, will present a program on "Our Planet-Our Future," sponsored by the Frankfort Chapter of the United Nations Association of the USA, in the Community Room at the Paul Sawyier Public Library at 6:30 p.m. tonight.

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In mid-September, retired Air Force veteran Kay Scheffler was working the Civil Air Patrol booth at Aviation Day at the Capital City Airport when she had the pleasure of meeting Lt. Col. James Nolan, a fellow veteran who served as a B-17 aircraft commander with the 8th Air Force, 401st Bomb …

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Linda Bruckheimer’s book, “Road Map to Heaven,” was the top-seller at the 38th annual Kentucky Book Fair on Nov. 16 with 124 sold. The book captures the people, places and things that are the essence of the Bluegrass state.

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Frankfort residents gathered in front of the Old State Capitol for a town tradition Thursday evening — marking the first day of the 2019 Candlelight.