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The Winchester SunFountain Circle has gone from a one to two-star facility and has been handed off to a Louisville-based owner, which may mean things are headed in a positive direction for the nursing and rehabilitation facility. Signature HealthCARE, LLC became the new...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — A Harrodsburg man who allegedly shot at a Stanford police officer in front of Walmart in August will likely not go to trial on May 2 as had been planned. Instead, the trial has been delayed while Jackie Murphy, 71, undergoes a...
email@example.comSTANFORD — An Ohio woman who had been charged with conspiring to murder an elderly Hustonville woman is now the second of four alleged conspirators to plead guilty to substantially reduced charges. Taquisa Horton of Columbus, Ohio, will...
The Clark County Fiscal Court presented a draft of its more than $14.6 million budget for the 2014 fiscal year Wednesday. While some county departments’ requests were trimmed, it pinpointed the amount that would be given to each department, if any,...
After the final budget meeting for the Clark County Fiscal Court Tuesday morning, the court is still nearly $60,000 in the red, but there will be no job cuts or layoffs. When setting the budget for the 2014 fiscal year, the cash carry-over was $668,000....
firstname.lastname@example.orgDozens of city residents who packed Nicholasville City Hall on Monday evening to speak against a zone change from agricultural to light industrial for land near their properties were disappointed. The commission voted 6-1 to approve the change. The zone...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Lawyers
email@example.comLANCASTER — The regular meeting of the Bluegrass 911 Board of Directors had to be rescheduled Monday when there were not enough voting members for a quorum, which requires 51 percent attendance of the voting members. Those present Monday were...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Voting, Judges, Elections, Politics
The following cases were resolved in Clark District Court March 20 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. — Austin D. Buckland, theft by unlawful taking, amended to misdemeanor, pleaded guilty, 90 days conditionally discharged, restitution....
Tags: Trials, Criminals, Theft, Crime, Law and Justice, Misdemeanors
firstname.lastname@example.orgA lawsuit filed in 2010 by former Danville city commissioner Ryan Owens that alleged meddling by city officials cost him his job at an engineering firm has been dismissed. Boyle Circuit Judge Darren Peckler entered an agreed order Wednesday in which both...
email@example.comSTANFORD — A Kings Mountain woman whose husband has pleaded guilty to incest is expected to plead guilty to charges she was complicit in her husband's actions. A trial for Rhonda Robinson, 47, was scheduled to begin Monday, but County Circuit...
Tags: Trials, Crime, Law and Justice, Incest, Judges
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky’s secretary of state told people gathered Tuesday at a Centre College roundtable that civic health and engagement is declining in the state. Secretary Alison Lundergan Grimes met with a host of local leaders, business owners and Centre...
email@example.comHeavy traffic can be a pain. With the hope of easing that pain and improving safety, local officials including Nicholasville Mayor Russ Meyer and Jessamine County Judge-executive Neal Cassity approached the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet in 2010 to ask...
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