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Contributing WriterEvery soul who was or will be born has within them the image of God. To have some embryonic sense of the likeness of God is to see that each of us was born with that image. This fact is, or should be, the great denominator for understanding and evaluating...
email@example.comA 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...
Tags: Elections, Trials, Politics, Local Elections, Justice System
The following case was resolved in Clark District Court Jan. 30 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. — Amanda G. Neal, driving on a suspended operator's license, dismissed; failure to maintain insurance, pleaded guilty, fined; failure to...
CASA at Woodlawn has an urgent need for more volunteer advocates. Members of the community can impact positively the lives of abused and neglected children by serving as court appointed advocates. CASA at Woodlawn is hosting a volunteer advocate...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership plans to follow the “spirit” of the Kentucky Open Meetings Act, though its chief executive officer still maintains that the EDP does not meet the definition of a public agency....
As Gov. Steve Beshear continues his crusade for a statewide smoking ban in restaurants and other public places, Jessamine lawmakers are not overly supportive of the governor’s stance. “I don’t think it will pass; I don’t think...
Officers have been named for Wilderness Trace Community Foundation. Stephen A. Dexter will serve as chairman. He is an attorney and shareholder with the law firm of Sheehan, Barnett, Dean, Pennington, Little and Dexter P.S.C. He is a Danville native and...
100 YEARS AGO 1913 Two ladies came to Danville this week from Indiana and had the body of the man who was recently found dead on the Cincinnati Southern Railway exhumed. One of the ladies had lost her husband and reached the conclusion that the man...
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email@example.comSTANFORD — A Lincoln County man has been sentenced to two years in prison for shooting at a police informant whom he believed was responsible for his arrest on drug trafficking charges. Jerry L. McAninch, 41, of New Salem, who initially was...
The following cases were resolved in Clark District Court Feb. 11 with Judge Charles Hardin presiding. — Heather Renee Curtis, fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 18 days. — Sydney Ray Deaton, theft by deception, pleaded guilty, 60 days,...
Tags: Fines, Punishment, Trials, Misdemeanors, Justice System
Danville student is first recipient of Michael Judge Scholarship at EKU RICHMOND — Chris Redding, a senior agribusiness management major at Eastern Kentucky University, was recently awarded the Michael Judge Scholarship. Redding, of Danville,...
Milton Edward Wilson, 94, loving husband of Juanita House Wilson for 70 years, died Saturday, Feb. 2, at Wesley Village in Wilmore. He was a native of Woodford County born Sept 12, 1918, to the late Edward Grant and Myrtle Wilson. He served as county...
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