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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...
email@example.comThe conflict over the Westgate subdivision has made it to a federal courthouse with the filing of a lawsuit by R. J. Corman Real Estate alleging the city of Nicholasville has violated the federal “Clean Water Act” in allowing storm water...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky lawmakers will have much to digest during the 2013 short session of the General Assembly, which will kick off Tuesday. The state’s pension fund and its $30 billion shortfall is at the top of the “to do” list, said state Sen....
The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights board of commissioners met Thursday in Danville to rule on discrimination complaints on behalf of the people of the state. The board routinely meets at its headquarters in Louisville. As budget allows, the...
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By Todd Kleffman Lincoln County has reached an out-of-court settlement with a Casey County man who filed a federal lawsuit against two sheriff’s deputies, alleging they aided and abetted in the taking of his personal belongings as he was being...
email@example.comSTANFORD - Lincoln County has reached an out-of-court settlement with a Casey County man who filed a federal lawsuit against two sheriff’s deputies, alleging they aided and abetted in the taking of his personal belongings as he was being evicted...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — The city of Harrodsburg and former police officer Scott Elder have reached an out-of-court settlement with a Danville man who claimed in a federal lawsuit that Elder used excessive force in arresting him in 2007. In the settlement,...
The Clark County Board of Health is moving forward with plans to assist in a challenge to a Bullitt County court’s decision to overturn a smoking ban. According to the Richmond Register, Bullitt Circuit Judge Rodney Burress overturned the ban...
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email@example.comIt was a year of drawn-out stories in Jessamine County. Nicholasville residents and downtown business owners endured a long year of Main Street renovation; the state’s highest court considered a case of firefighter overtime pay; and the nation&...
The Clark County Board of Health will support the Bullitt County Board of Health as it appeals a Bullitt Circuit Court decision ruling a county-wide indoor smoking ban unconstitutional. Local board members voted to provide the Bullitt board with $5,000...
Contributing ColumnistUnderestimated allies of freedom are judges who uphold constitutional government and smack down regulatory agencies when they cross the line. In recent months, we’ve had some stellar rulings by fair-and-balanced judges. We’ve also witnessed...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgAir quality of many Jessamine County public indoor venues is poor, according to a study conducted by The University of Kentucky College of Nursing in partnership with the Jessamine Smoke-free Coalition. The study was performed from Feb. 20 to May 23,...
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