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This year’s back-to-school season marks the beginning of a new era for Kentucky’s public education system that offers great promise for moving our state forward. Kentucky’s teachers and students will have their first experience this fall...
Area Technology Center is a good investment Dear Editor, I would like to thank the Clark County Board of Education for its decision to approve construction of the outer shell for the Area Technology Center (ATC) as part of Phase II for the new high...
During the economic recession, people have had to cut back, for some, in almost every aspect of their lives. Goodwill Industries have played a major role in helping communities weather these rough economic times by providing an affordable alternative to...
email@example.comSTANFORD — Cathy Mitchum, 59, lived her dream for three short years as owner of McKinney Station in Lincoln County. “It was a country store,” she said, smiling at the memory. “We had hardware and feed, and we cooked and had a...
The Winchester SunA Kentucky Supreme Court ruling Thursday left Winchester and several other city and county governments responsible for paying back overtime pay to firefighters. The court ruled Thursday that municipal governments are subject to Kentucky wage and hour laws...
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...
The Winchester SunConstruction updates on three ongoing projects took up a big part of Tuesday’s Clark County school board meeting. Architect Ron Murrell of RossTarrant Architects presented the board with photographs showing the progress of the new George Rogers...
State jobless rate drops in June Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted preliminary unemployment rate continued to fall, going from 9.8 percent in May 2011 to 9.6 percent in June 2011, according to the Office of Employment and Training (OET), an agency...
I believe in self-employment. Every trend indicates that’s where the most growth and opportunity will come from in the future. People who try self-employment need to understand that money will not come in on a steady basis, the hours will be long,...
Drury earns certificates Debra Drury, life enrichment coordinator for Rose Mary C. Brooks Place, has successfully completed and received certificates of study from the Senior Living University in the following areas: housekeeping in assisted living,...
Can’t count on revenue Our city will be losing revenue next year from employees of LifePoint and the new George Rogers Clark High School as the hospital and school open in new locations in the unincorporated part of the county. Federal and state...
Clark County Superintendent Elaine Farris received overall high marks on her latest yearly performance evaluation by the Clark County Board of Education Tuesday. The annual evaluation covers performance categories which include nine standards that were...
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