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email@example.comThe newest addition to The Journal’s news staff is new to Jessamine County but not to central Kentucky. Benjamin Rossi, 29, comes to The Journal as a staff writer after nearly three years in various capacities at the Georgetown News-Graphic....
Guest columnistJournalists used to be easy to identify, in life, in the law — heck, even in the movies. Not that many years past, journalists were the people carrying notebooks and pencils and maybe wearing a “Press” badge or card. They were newspaper...
Tags: Geraldo Rivera, Radio, Politics, Justice System, Media Industry
The Interior Journal has hired Kentucky native Ben Kleppinger as its new editor. Kleppinger began Monday, after former Editor Michael Broihier left to serve in a civilian role with the U.S. Marines in Afghanistan. “I couldn’t be more excited...
Tags: Newspaper and Magazine
FANCY FARM, Ky. — An editorial in The Courier-Journal a few days ago wondered whether the political speaking at the annual Fancy Farm Picnic had outlived its usefulness, in light of the vitriol spouted by candidates and the outlandish, pugnacious...
Winchester Sun Publisher Scott Schurz announced last week that John Nelson has taken over supervision of the Winchester Sun newsroom effective Aug. 22. He succeeds Randy Patrick, who held the managing editor position since 2005. Nelson is executive editor...
While state and local leaders hail the importance of the ongoing $900 million expansion at the University of Kentucky’s Chandler Medical Center, a lower-key visit to the UK College of Dentistry last week should not go unnoticed. It promised the...
When it comes to a free press, Americans seem — more than ever — to be of at least two minds. In several surveys, a majority of us say the press is biased, often inaccurate and too likely to be influenced by powerful people or groups —...
Tags: Weather, Facebook, Politics, Mass Media, Freedom of the Press
firstname.lastname@example.orgJennifer Palumbo is a WDKY-TV (Fox 56) news anchor, but she’s also a huge sports fan, especially when it comes to the University of Kentucky. She goes to many UK games with her husband, Joe, as a fan and often at tournament time covers theKentucky...
Mitch McConnell is known nationwide as one of the sharpest players of the political game: developing strategy, messages and tactics; raising campaign money; getting re-elected senator from Kentucky; and using the arcane rules of the U.S. Senate as...
Contributing writerIn their final encounter before next Tuesday’s election, a debate televised statewide on Halloween, the candidates for governor ramped up their attacks and developed deeper contrasts on a range of issues. Republican state Sen. David Williams called...
Tags: Prosecution, Politics, Labor Legislation, U.S. Senate, Halloween
Guest ColumnistWhat do you say to a journalist who asks your advice on how to avoid his own murder? Some background before you respond: The question was real, and came during an international discussion about a free press and the First Amendment. It came from a soft-...
AT&T and the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce invites the public to two new events in the celebrated public policy series. From 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 10 at the Danville Country Club, the groups welcome U.S. Senator Rand Paul. Reservations...
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