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Corvettes make stop in Winchester during One Lap

A group of  Chevrolet Corvettes will garner attention anywhere, especially with one in Kentucky State Police livery among them. Friday, some of this year’s participants ... Read more

3 hours ago by Fred Petke.

County votes to pay 2-year past-due fuel bill

After research, discussion and no clear answer on when an accumulated past-due fuel bill started, the Clark County Fiscal Court voted to pay the nearly ... Read more

3 hours ago by Winchester Sun.

Halloween event changing, trick-or-treating hours remain

Plans for Winchester’s Halloween celebration have changed again. The Winchester Design Studio was planning an afternoon event at several local parks on Saturday, but the ... Read more

22 hours ago by Fred Petke.

City commission candidates talk about COVID response, community strengths, weaknesses

The field for the four seats on the Winchester Board of Commissioners is wide open this year. The non-partisan race will determine who will work ... Read more

1 day ago by Fred Petke.

As nation, state see COVID surge, so does Clark County

The U.S. is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases unlike anything since the pandemic hit, and Kentucky and Clark County are no exception.  Last week, ... Read more

1 day ago by Whitney Leggett.

Walk N Roll raises more than $1K

It was a cold, gray and misty Saturday morning, but the weather didn’t dampen the spirits of the dozens of walkers who came out to ... Read more

1 day ago by Randy Patrick.

Early voting heavy in Clark County

Monday was a busy election day in Clark County. So has been every day since early voting at the courthouse began on Oct. 13. In ... Read more

1 day ago by Randy Patrick.

Marsy’s Law intended to protect victims’ rights

Nearly two-thirds of Kentucky voters in 2018 approved Marsy’s Law, a victims’ rights initiative, as a constitutional amendment proposal. But it was struck down last ... Read more

5 days ago by Randy Patrick.

Developer proposes small home project

City officials heard a proposal Tuesday to use small city-owned lots as sites for affordable housing in the community. Tom Miles requested a pilot program ... Read more

5 days ago by Fred Petke.

Hydrant flushing continues

Winchester Municipal Utilities will be flushing hydrants in the WMU water distribution system on Monday. The areas to be flushed Monday are Allan Place, Augusta ... Read more

5 days ago by Winchester Sun.

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