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Jessamine Notes: Planning commission to meet Thursday

Be a part of history at Camp Nelson 
Brothers Danny Roberts, 8, and Sam Roberts, 5, of Paint Lick depicted Union soldiers at the Camp Nelson Civil War Days Living History Event on Sept. 13. See other upcoming events at Camp Nelson at Campnelson.org.
Be a part of history at Camp Nelson Brothers Danny Roberts, 8, and Sam Roberts, 5, of Paint Lick depicted Union soldiers at the Camp Nelson Civil War Days Living History Event on Sept. 13. See other upcoming events at Camp Nelson at Campnelson.org.

The Jessamine County Planning Commission will hold a public input session for the proposed Jessamine County/Nicholasville/Wilmore comprehensive plan at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Jessamine County Courthouse, 101 North Main Street, Nicholasville. Goals and objectives will be reviewed and public comment will be heard. The comprehensive plan text and meeting handouts are available at Jessamineco.com.

Asbury a top 5 school

For the fifth year in a row, Asbury University in Wilmore has earned a Top 5 spot in the U.S. News & World Report Regional College rankings. Of the colleges and universities in the South, Asbury University is ranked No. 3, and is the only school from Kentucky to rank in the Top 10 of its category. U.S. News & World Report ranked colleges and universities according to a cumulative score based on indicators of academic quality, including peer assessment, retention rates, graduation rates and student/faculty ratio. With a cumulative score of 96 percent, Asbury University ranked higher than its nearest competitors in graduation rates, class size and student/faculty ratio. Find out more at Asbury.edu.

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