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The Winchester SunCity budget woes may lead to an increase in local taxes for the 2012 fiscal year, based on the recommendation of City Manager Ken Kerns. According to a memo from Kerns to the commissioners and Mayor Ed Burtner, the city is facing a “financial...
As governments are preparing to adopt the first new federal flood insurance rate maps in a quarter century, some local residents are being surprised by the news that they are now considered part of a flood plain. In order for public and private property...
Tags: George Davis, FEMA, Homes, Headaches, Insurance
— On Thursday, emergency personnel conducted three out-of-town transfers. They also responded to three general medical calls, one respiratory call, two cardiac calls and two seizures. — Emergency personnel assisted emergency management...
Tags: Disasters and Accidents
The Winchester SunThe roaster roared and churned in a 500-degree fury as nearly three dozen pounds of raw coffee beans tumbled in from the funnel above. It spewed heat from its belly blazed in red, and oiled the air with its viscous breath. “After 10 or 15...
The Winchester SunEach year severe thunderstorms and tornadoes are responsible for several deaths and dozens of injuries in Kentucky and cost millions of dollars in damage to homes and property. In an effort to get citizens more prepared for severe weather each spring,...
Tags: Kentucky, Weather Warnings, Tornadoes, Radio, Weather
The Winchester SunThe Winchester Board of Commissioners approved an agreement with the Clark County Fiscal Court on Tuesday to jointly fund the Department of Planning and Community Development — a long-discussed move that has been under way for the past three years....
Other than evoking our sympathy and generosity, the earthquake/ tsunami/nuclear disaster in Japan should be pinging our collective consciousness about our own level of preparedness for natural and man-made disasters. Just to recap, in the last two years...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAlongtime lawman, Nicholasville’s Jerry Lovitt is no stranger when it comes to dealing with emergency situations. That experience will serve Lovitt well as he was appointed the Nicholasville disaster emergency administrator on Jan. 10. Lovitt...
email@example.comSTANFORD — There were no major shake-ups announced or pressing new business introduced at a special meeting of Lincoln Fiscal Court Wednesday, the first under new Judge-Executive Jimbo Adams. Instead, Adams, with new magistrates Dexter Todd and...
Mother Nature has a way of getting our attention, and sometimes that can be rather drastic. We’ve had in our column before about the need for being emergency prepared. The season is upon us now for heavy snows, ice storms, and extremely cold...
The Medical Reserve Corp (MRC) is an invaluable service in times of natural or man-made disaster and community crisis, by using volunteers to strengthen public health, emergency response and community resiliency. MRC units are community-based and...
Tags: Disasters, Health, Charity, Hurricanes, Diabetes
firstname.lastname@example.orgBURGIN — A Harrodsburg man was airlifted Monday morning after his Jeep overturned near Shaker Village in a one-vehicle crash police say may have been caused by alcohol. Henry E. Combs Jr. of College Manor wrecked about 10 a.m. while driving west on...
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