Minuteman Press

Minuteman Press
101 South Plaza • London, KY 40741 • PO Box 3349
London, KY 40743-3349
Phone: 606-862-9195 • Fax: 606-862-9196
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Welcome to Minuteman Press of London, KY.

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101 South Plaza
London, KY 40741

PO Box 3349
London, KY 40743-3349

Phone: 606-862-9195

Fax: 606-862-9196

E-mail: garry@minutemanpress.com

8:00 AM to 5:30 PM Mon-Fri

News Center

  • The City of London Parks and Recreation Department got going on 2016 projects and plans right away, when it accepted the bid of Miracle Recreation for a redesign of London Rotary Park at the start of the year.

  • Earlier this month, a group of people from London and the surrounding area gathered at the Laurel County Public Library to learn a skill few people talk about these days.

  • Thanksgiving hasn't yet happened, but that isn't stopping people in London planning ahead for the next holiday.

  • At the end of September, the Cardinal division of the March of Dimes held a luncheon to recognize and thank the London businesses and residents that donated to its programs this year.

  • Recognizing that not every family can afford new shoes for their children, and that comfortable, functional shoes are a must-have for many, the Laurel County Kiwanis Club in London has collected hundreds of pairs of shoes for area students.

  • The community of London has been granted a designation that sets it apart from the crowd.

  • A dream three and a half years in the making came true for the city of London at the beginning of July.

  • A popular concert series kicked off its 10th anniversary season in downtown London at the beginning of this month.

  • At the end of April, unexpected sounds filled the halls of the Laurel County Public Library in London, when Cherish the Blue, an experimental folk band, put on a concert.

  • The London Tourism and Convention Commission was focused on two wheels during its most recent meeting, on March 2.