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Sunday afternoon brings the opening reception for the Jefferson Arts Council’s second-annual Youth Arts Exhibit at the Fire Hall Gallery.

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On the right ‘Path’

Theater-goers can always count on playwright Norm Foster to give their spirits a lift, and the Canadian’s “Here On the Flight Path” is a trip no one should miss.

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With four days remaining in the 2015 legislative session, committees have been a beehive of activity as legislators make a push to get proposed legislation to the floor for final passage.

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Shipley exiting after 8 years as Shepherd president

After eight years as president of Shepherd University, Suzanne Shipley is headed back to her native Texas to take the helm at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls.

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Souped up to serve: Potter’s Bowl to give Good Shepherd’s work a lift

When hungry crowds show up Friday for Good Shepherd Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers’ annual Potter’s Bowl, they’ll enjoy a great meal, but organizers say the event’s payoffs will last much longer.

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A LANDMARK’S new chapter

Imagine turning 50 and getting a makeover that leaves you looking better than ever.

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Todd Hough of Oakwood Farm, a fourth-generation dairy farmer, said he was raised on raw milk.

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Impact fee cuts a must,  leaders say

ounty residents will get a chance to weigh in on the dust-up between the County Commission and the school board when commissioners host a public hearing on its plan to cut impact fees for new homebuilders on Monday.

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The Outside Track brings its internationally acclaimed traditional Irish and Scottish music and dance to Shepherd University’s Reynolds Hall.

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Jefferson County school board members may decide next week about how to make up instructional days missed because of bad weather — either by cannibalizing part of spring break or coming up with some other plan.

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