This week's dog is Keegan, 1 year old, male border collie lab mix. He is kennel trained and is usually outside during the day.
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Dick’s Sporting Goods, Raising Cane’s on planners agenda
Commercial development in Richmond should see an uptick in 2014 based on proposals the city planning commission will review Thursday evening.
Second annual community holiday celebration scheduled Dec. 15
After the success of last year’s first Madison County Community Holiday Celebration, Rev. Howard Miller said he and his organizing committee are setting the stage for even more community participation.
The free concert is scheduled 3 p.m. on Dec. 15 at the EKU Center for the Arts.
Mother charged after children found in room with dead man
An Ohio woman faces felony charges after police discovered her boyfriend dead from a suspected drug overdose in the same room as her children.
RPD: Man assaults woman, hides in her attic
A woman suffered injuries to her neck after a man broke into her home Sunday, choked her, threatened her with a knife and chased her into the street, according to a Richmond police report.
He later hid in her attic, and the RPD had to summon its emergency response unit to remove him from the home.
Man charged with damaging apartment
A man who was allowed to stay at a Woods Trail apartment by a relative was charged Saturday with first-degree criminal mischief.
- Dick’s Sporting Goods, Raising Cane’s on planners agenda
Central’s Cameron Thomas puts up a shot Tuesday during a win over Madison Southern in Berea.
H.S. BASKETBALL: State champs open season with 77-55 victory over Madison Southern
The Madison Central Indians showed Tuesday that they are still going to be a formidable opponent this season.
OVC BASKETBALL: Lady Colonels storm back to top Marshall
The Eastern Kentucky University women’s basketball team trailed Marshall by as many as 13 points, but stormed back to pick up a 64-55 win on Tuesday at the Cam Henderson Center in Huntington, W.Va.
KIAC HOOPS: Big first half carries Berea past Midway
The Lady Mountaineers built a seemingly comfortable lead in the first half Tuesday against Midway College in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener for both teams.
- H.S. BASKETBALL: State champs open season with 77-55 victory over Madison Southern
- Lifestyles & Community
Moving to Richmond was the right decision
I was just thinking the other day about a decision I made 30 years ago that was definitely right.
I answered the call of First Baptist Church in Richmond to serve as its minister of music. My first Sunday in that position was Nov. 27, 1983.
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- Moving to Richmond was the right decision
Farming Misunderstood and Under-appreciated
As you look at your (I hope) full plate this Thanksgiving, take a guess at what percentage of your annual income you spend on food.
Whatever you guessed, you probably guessed too high.
“We pay as low as 6 percent,” Tom Vilsack, the secretary of agriculture, tells me at a conference table in his office. “In most other industrialized countries, it’s 20-25 percent.”
And if you were spending that much on food in America, Vilsack asks, “how big a house would you have? How nice a car?”
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- Farming Misunderstood and Under-appreciated