October 20, 2005
The staff of The Interior Journal would like to thank all our readers who participated and cast their votes online for the cutest photo contest. First place goes to Madison Paige Slone, the daughter of Rick and Melissa Slone, who garnered more than 55 percent of the votes cast. Coming in at a close second was Haley Wiser, the daughter of Michael and Ashley Wiser. Third place goes to Blake and Brandon Swinney, sons of Brian and Stephanie Swinney. Winners were decided by the entries that received the most votes during the online voting window.
February 16, 2007
Feb. 16, 1982 Steve Corder, a member of the 1981 George Rogers Clark football team, received a full scholarship Sunday to play college football at Morehead State University. He is the son of Larry and Carol Corder. Approximately 200 employees of the Winchester truck axle plant of Rockwell International will be laid off indefinitely, effective Friday. Tammy Charlene Cummings, 16, recently graduated from Barbizon Modeling School in Louisville. A junior at George Rogers Clark High School, Miss Cummins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummins, Boonesboro Road.
August 16, 2005
Fish fry set at Cartersville LANCASTER - Cartersville Ruritan Club will hold a fish fry from 4-8 p.m. Saturday at Cartersville Ruritan Park on Harmon's Lick Road, a quarter mile off Ky. 954. Admission is $6 for adults and $3 for children. Cookout, singing to benefit child JUNCTION CITY - A free cookout and gospel singing will begin at 2 p.m. Saturday at Junction City Park. All proceeds will go to the family of Whitney Alford. The 9-year-old has leukemia and is receiving treatment at Kentucky Children's Hospital.
July 19, 2006
FRANKFORT - Lincoln County native Alan D. Long has been promoted to deputy warden of Blackburn Correctional Complex in Lexington. "Alan Long is a dedicated corrections professional who will help lead Blackburn," said James Schomig, deputy commissioner of the Kentucky Department of Corrections. Long began his 18-year-career with the department in April 1988 as a correctional officer at Northpoint Training Center. After eight months, he was promoted to classification and treatment officer where he served as grievance coordinator, transfer coordinator and social services director.
August 3, 2011
For years, I have lived with ridicule. Democrats have poked at me beyond all ends. I started buying silver in 1998 at under $4 for a troy ounce. I spent $100 out of every check on silver eagles. I put up with people poking fun at me. I put up with great insult. I spent a lot of time looking at the history of precious metals. In 2009, I figured G.W. Bush was the worst president we had ever had. I was still purchasing $100 worth of silver with every check. I am simply amazed at the stupidity of the American people.
May 24, 2012
William “Bill” J. Swanson III, 58, of Winchester, husband of Linda Cassity Swanson, passed away Tuesday at the University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center. A native of Temple, Texas, he was born Oct. 8, 1953, to the late William Joseph Swanson II and Guadelupe Mojica Swanson, who survives in Azle, Texas. Bill was a former U.S. Postal Serviceemployee, member of the Coast Guard and a United States Army veteran. In addition to...
May 12, 2011
Amanda Howell has numerous high school accomplishments, including participating in the National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine at Emory University and the Kentucky Governor’s Scholar Program. But her most meaningful experience comes from her childhood. “I was able to visit Jamaica when I was younger,” she wrote. “Seeing the poverty and the daily struggles of other people was very impactful and vividly stays in my memories today.” So Howell works to better the lives of people in her community by volunteering with Kentucky United Methodist Homes for Children, Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life and March of Dimes, among others.