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firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — City Clerk Denise Pike is planning to step down from her position due to differences with Stanford's two newest city council members. On March 7, Pike announced her intention to resign, blaming newly-elected council members Tom Moser and...
email@example.comSTANFORD — City Clerk Denise Pike is planning to step down from her position due to differences with Stanford's two newest city council members. On March 7, Pike announced her intention to resign, blaming newly elected council members Tom Moser...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMuch of the country is reveling in the changes affecting doctors and patients due to the Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as “Obamacare.” However, many Kentucky hospitals and doctors — and consequently their patients — are...
email@example.comOne of the state’s largest health insurers has told customers it will no longer pay for health care at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center beginning next month, pending negotiations that now stand at an impasse. Humana started sending out...
By Michael Broihier Tuesday morning, the Lincoln County Fiscal Court heard concerns about turnover at the Lincoln County Public Library from former-Library Advisory Board member Keith Lemons. Lemons, who quit the board angrily in November of 2010 after...
Contributing ColumnistAs another Labor Day came and went, I found myself wondering whether this important national holiday has lost some of its original meaning. The U.S. Department of Labor explains on its website that Labor Day is “a creation of the labor movement...
Guest ColumnistA favorite, but unproven, argument of union bosses is that government regulations favoring them result in higher-quality buildings and safer working conditions. Such claims are being echoed — again, without proof — by Kentucky congressman Ed...
Last week, Lincoln County Jailer David Gooch told the Fiscal Court that while the rest of his operation is on firm financial ground, “We are way over on our medical costs.” Gooch said that emergency room visits have hit the jail budget very...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA grievance filed in January by Nicholasville Fire Battalion Chief David Cartwright was rejected during Monday’s city commission meeting. The grievance stems from back pay Cartwright contends the city owes him and other firefighters. At the...
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BOWLING GREEN — Hundreds of groups nationwide will celebrate the benefits of educational freedom this week (Jan. 23-29) as part of National School Choice Week. Unfortunately, there’s not much to celebrate in Kentucky, one of only a handful of...
One of the subcontractors who worked on the Danville city hall and police building has filed a lawsuit seeking back pay from the project’s general contractor, Codell Construction Co. BCD Inc. of Bardstown filed the complaint recently in Boyle...
Broward County's new sheriff wants more money. Some $93.7 million more. That amounts to a 14 percent budget hike — or about half the price of the new county courthouse under construction. Broward Sheriff Scott Israel would use the money to add 72...
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