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NEWS
July 29, 2008
Heaven Leigh Marie Bowman Michael and Amanda Bowman announce the birth of their daughter, Heaven Leigh Marie Bowman. She was born July 17 at Clark Regional Medical Center. Her grandparents are Grace and Fillmore Perry and Grant and Shirley Bowman. Carolina Jane Rake Daniel and Andrea Rake announce the birth of their daughter, Carolina Jane Rake. She was born July 17 at Clark Regional Medical Center. Her grandparents are Ben and Linda Rake and Steve and Patricia Humble.
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EDUCATION
Journal staff report | September 30, 2009
Providence School students Jessica Burgess and Heaven Fox were members of a student panel at the Governor's Dropout Sum-mit held in Frankfort Sept. 12. The panel participated in a dropout prevention discussion moderated by First Lady Jane Beshear. Also attending the summit was Providence technology and classroom assistant Kenny Price.
NEWS
September 11, 2007
TODAY - Shearer Elementary SBDM Council, 4:30 p.m. school conference room. - Dream Makers Extension Homemakers will meet at 6 p.m. at the Clark County Extension Office. Meal will be pot luck, please bring a drink. - Clark County Kiwanis Club, 6 p.m., Expressions Coffee House & Gallery. - Revival, 7 p.m., Gateway To Heaven, 2725 Muddy Creek Road. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12 - Winchester Kiwanis Club, noon, Taste of China.
OPINION
February 28, 2006
Dear Editor: I don't understand the clergy in the military. Where is their faith? Do they want to be right in the sight of men or God? I think it's time for some backbone by the military clergy and all Christians. It's really plain in the Bible. If we deny the name of Jesus, he will deny us to his father in heaven! In the name Of Jesus, I pray for boldness in the body of Christ. Patti James Danville
NEWS
September 17, 2007
TODAY - Revival, 7 p.m., Gateway To Heaven, 2725 Muddy Creek Road. - Meeting, NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), a support group for people affected with mental illness, 7 p.m., Victory Heights Achievement Center, 150 Maryland Ave. For more information, call 744-6985 or 737-3384. TUESDAY, SEPT. 18 - Clark County Human Service Council, noon, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 2410 W. Lexington Ave. Open to all representatives of human service agencies serving Clark County.
NEWS
By THOMAS HUBER and Contributing Columnist | January 30, 2012
I always was told never to talk about politics or religion in an open forum such as this column, but I felt called to respond to a headline I saw. While watching the evening news, a quote came out from Steven Hawking. He is a premier physicist of our time; think of Sheldon on “The Big Bang Theory.” It went like this: “Heaven is a fairy story for people who are afraid of the dark. I regard the brain as a computer, which will stop working when its components fail. There is no heaven or afterlife for broken-down computers.” Wait!
OPINION
October 22, 2003
Dear Editor: I would like to send a thank-you to Lori Stipes. My preacher says that when you bind things together they are difficult to break and that is what has happened here. When Christians are banded together they are only going to get stronger. So, again, I say thank you. If we don't talk about God in our daily lives is our name going to be mentioned in heaven when we die? It's one of those "you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours" type of questions. Wendy Key Stanford
OPINION
August 22, 2003
Dear Editor: With grateful hearts, we salute Dr. Lynne, Paula and the entire staff at Heartland Animal Hospital for once again providing a peaceful, gentle ending for a cherished family pet. Our 17-year-old cocker, Babe, joined her son, Yardley in Dog Heaven on Monday. She had been a part of our lives for a long time and will be greatly missed. We value the caring, competent individuals at Heartland; they are outstanding professionals! Jane and Jerry Boyd Danville
EDUCATION
March 5, 2008
Photos submitted Hannah McClure Science Fair winners are, back row left to right: Troy True, Alyssa Crowell, and Sam Barrett (fifth-grade and overall winner); middle row left to right: Jennifer Stephens, Cameron Smith (fourth-grade winner), Heaven Langley and Mercedes Todd; front row left to right: Alyssa Wade, Laura Graves, John Bussell, Sydney Smith (third-grade winner) and Evan Carrington. Cameron Smith, Hannah McClure fourth-grade winner, reveals a sly grin with his clever project question: "Who would you like to kiss, me or my dog?"
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