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MARUSKIN: The library is not open to the public, but it is not closed

If you hear the library is not open, that only means COVID-19 safety precautions make it impossible for individuals to come inside. The library is ... Read more

4 days ago by Winchester Sun.

SMITH: Float with less force and more flow

My favorite place to visit is a secluded beach in Eleuthera. I love to swim in the crystal clear water and walk for miles without ... Read more

1 week ago by Winchester Sun.

McCANN: Year of the Woman, Warhol and more

It’s fall — a beautiful time of year in Kentucky — so get your travelling shoes on and enjoy the changing fall colors as you ... Read more

1 week ago by Winchester Sun.

KOUTOULAS: Main Street can be our ‘rising tide’

Many years ago, before I began my career in IT, I worked for several years in restaurant management. I started as an assistant manager at ... Read more

1 week ago by Winchester Sun.

STATON: Trees, leaves remind us of the circle of life

George Cooper wrote a little poem that I really like about October.  It goes like this: “October gave a party. The leaves by hundreds came ... Read more

1 week ago by Winchester Sun.

mind body

MIND & BODY: Heart health is important

By living a healthy lifestyle, you can help keep your blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels normal and lower your risk for heart disease ... Read more

1 week ago by Winchester Sun.

WITT: Many questions to consider about solar farms

It was good to see that the planning and zoning commission, under the capable leadership of Dwain Wheeler, has proposed establishing a local committee to ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Winchester Sun.

GUEST COMMENTARY: High school sports players, parents, coaches have much to be grateful for in 2020

BY KARISS NIEHOFF and JULIAN TACKETT, Guest columnists The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly caused everyone to hit the pause button on life. During the stoppage ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Winchester Sun.

BRODY: Tight pants lead to a predicament

I love consignment shops. I mean, nothing makes me happier than to find a nice blouse or a pair of slacks for $5 when I ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Winchester Sun.

AT THE LIBRARY: Book discussion groups and Meeting of Minds

At 6 p.m. Thursday, Tim Janes leads the library’s Short Story Reading Group in a discussion of “The Swimmer” by John Cheever. “The Swimmer” was ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Winchester Sun.

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