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firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville City Commission heard Monday from two executive search firms interested in facilitating the search for a new city manager, but the commission has not yet decided whether to enlist the outside help. Hours before the City Commission named an...
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email@example.comDanville has another interim city manager. After almost two hours in executive session Monday, the City Commission unanimously approved hiring Ron Scott to take over the position left vacant when John W.D. Bowling resigned last week. Scott will be paid a...
Paper needs better proofreading Dear Editor, I was just wondering if anyone ever proofreads any of the stories that are printed? It used to be fun when Winchester had its own paper to catch misspelled words. Now it’s hard to get through the paper...
Sun Sports EditorMatt Ginter has been hired as baseball coach at George Rogers Clark High School. Clark principal David Bolen confirmed the hiring Tuesday in an e-mail to staff members at the school. Ginter welcomed the opportunity to lead the baseball program at Clark....
A Winchester woman who has been arguing since March that she was wrongfully fired from a local nursing home will continue to receive unemployment benefits, despite claims of misconduct from her former employer. She recently filed a complaint with the...
The predictable end to the Paul Stansbury saga at Danville city hall came Friday evening with the announcement that the commission will settle out of court with its recently suspended, now officially “former” city manager to the tune of...
New animal control officer hired for animal shelter The Jessamine County Fiscal Court approved the hiring of a new animal control officer at its meeting Tuesday. The court unanimously approved the hiring of William Taylor Bourne at a rate of $11 per hour...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Mine Shields Inc. is still in the process of receiving American certification for its refuge chambers, designed to provide food, water and breathable air for trapped miners. But that isn’t stopping the company from pursuing...
The Winchester SunAbout half of the security camera installation in the Clark County Jail has not been completed. The Kentucky Department of Corrections, which inspects jails at least twice a year, complained in November 2010 that the jail didn’t have security...
Tax cuts for the rich don't create jobs Editor: Our nation is on the brink of a financial crisis. In times of crisis, our nation must unite and work together. Everyone must sacrifice. The poor may have to give up food stamps. The sick may have to give...
email@example.comAs Danville begins its fifth month without a permanent city manager, the City Commission is back to reconsidering the use of an executive search firm. The commission heard a presentation Tuesday on a new benchmarking service provided by the Kentucky...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville's new city manager could be in place by the end of February if the City Commission sticks to a plan approved Monday night. Commissioner Ryan Montgomery presented an outline for a process consisting of 11 steps, which would begin next week...
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