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Obituary: Martha Grace Boswell, 84, Bardstown

Martha Grace Boswell, 84, of Bardstown, died Saturday, June 19, 2021, at her home. She was born Jan. 30, 1937, in Lakewood, Ohio, to the late Vernon and Grace Beebe Lambert. She was a registered nurse and a former emergency room supervisor at Flaget Memorial Hospital. She also worked for Jewish Hospital as a nurse. She was former jump master instructor for Greene County Parachute Center.
ElectronicsDigital Trends

Walmart is practically giving away this 75-inch 4K TV during Prime Day

It’s Prime Day, and that means insane Prime Day 4K TV deals. If you’re looking for a great new (and huge) TV, this is the right place and the right time. Right now you can get a 75-inch Sony 4K TV for $798 at Walmart, saving you a similarly massive $502 on the usual price. This is likely the biggest TV in this price range, and because it’s Prime Day you won’t break the bank. The first day of this shopping holiday is coming to a close though, so grab it before the sale ends or it sells out. That could be any minute now!
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Brad Stevens Has Message For Kemba Walker After Trade

Brad Stevens isn’t wasting much time in his new role with the Boston Celtics. It took him under three weeks to find a trade partner for All-Star guard Kemba Walker. A Walker trade had been on the horizon ever since the Celtics’ season came to an end. He was an awkward fit on a Boston team already deep on guards. Stevens orchestrated a trade to deal him away on Friday.
MusicThe Independent

Blue by Joni Mitchell turns 50: 12 of the artist’s greatest songs

Joni Mitchell, one of the greatest singer-songwriters of the rock era, celebrates the 50th anniversary of her album Blue this week. Mitchell first made her name as a songwriter, with early classics such as “The Circle Game” and “Both Sides Now” attracting covers from major artists in the 1960s folk movement, and it was as a sweet-voiced folkie that she first came to prominence as a recording artist. Beginning with 1970’s Ladies of the Canyon, she then rode the vanguard of confessional singer-songwriters in the first half of the Seventies, with landmark album Blue defining the entire genre.
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Matt Hancock says ‘it doesn’t matter’ that PM called him ‘f****** hopeless’

Matt Hancock has again sought to downplay Boris Johnson's claim that he was “f****** hopeless” at the start of the pandemic, insisting the remark was made during a “challenging and frustrating period” and adding: “It doesn’t matter.”. Dominic Cummings, the prime minister's former top adviser, last week released WhatsApp messages...

Andrew Peeler Joins Equiniti as Chief Financial Officer

Equiniti Group today announced that the company has appointed Andrew Peeler, former Chief Financial Officer at Bupa ANZ, as the company’s new CFO. Peeler has extensive experience and a proven track record in the corporate world. According to an official announcement by the company, the appointment of Peeler will take...
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PS5 DualSense + Charging Station bundle heavily reduced for Prime Day

If you’ve been one of the lucky people to grab yourself a shiny PS5 console over the past few months then this is the deal for you. We weren’t expecting any notable PS5 discounts for Prime Day 2021 so this bundle comes as something of a surprise. You’ll get a DualSense controller in white along with the Sony Charging Station for £64.99.

Samsung won't buy OLEDs from LG because its QLEDs are already better, says Samsung

Samsung today has denied the rumors of its OLED purchase deal with LG that have been circulating around the web over the last few months. In a phone call with a Korean digital publication IT Chosun, an official from Samsung Electronics' visual display (VD) business division has stated that the rumors are groundless and also went further to say that such a deal wouldn't be fruitful for Samsung as its in-house QLED TVs already produce better pictures than LG's OLEDs.