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firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville City Commission unanimously voted Monday to accept changes to the city’s historic preservation ordinance as proposed by the state and recently accepted by the city’s Architectural Review Board. Danville has about six months to get...
1911The Danville Civic League surely will take up the matter of completely ridding Danville of flies and mosquitoes. Many other towns already have declared war on flies and absolutely prohibit their existence in the community. The state Board of Health...
email@example.comBoyle County suddenly finds itself a game short this season after Hancock County (Tenn.) notified the Rebels Monday that it would not play the game scheduled Oct. 7 at its home field. “We can’t get hold of anybody down there. We just got an...
State representativeTwo pieces of legislation that I proposed for the 2012 session passed the House last week. It is estimated that over $1 billion dollars sit in bank accounts of life-insurance companies across the United States because insurance companies may not know...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWith Danville taking the initial steps in the search for a permanent city manager and hiring a second interim city manager this week, someone who knows the job well was watching closely from the wings. "As a citizen I am very keen on what actions are...
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email@example.comThe old adage “out with the old and in with the new” is a common theme around the start of a new year. But this isn’t the case for the state’s lawmakers, who returned to work Tuesday. Once again, the budget will take center...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIf the walls of the soon-to-be toppled Farmers Tobacco Warehouse No. 1 could talk, their stories would fill volumes. Owner Jerry Rankin has heard most of them over the years. “This has just been a special place,” Rankin said. Rankin...
Guest ColumnistA favorite, but unproven, argument of union bosses is that government regulations favoring them result in higher-quality buildings and safer working conditions. Such claims are being echoed — again, without proof — by Kentucky congressman Ed...
Around 1:15 p.m. Monday a southbound Norfolk-Southern train left the tracks parallel to the Geneva- McKinney Road in McKinney, spilling 44 containers onto the embankment and piling several on top of each other. The train consisted of three locomotives and...
email@example.comAs the NFL lockout drags on, Micah Johnson surprisingly says it has not been all that stressful for him — yet. The former University of Kentucky linebacker was undrafted following his 2009 senior season when he made 105 tackles and earned all-...
The new equipment contract for the home incarceration program is producing positive results, and as of Thursday morning, the program’s coordinator said 12 were on the new system, two were pending in district court and two more were waiting....
Sun Sports EditorFive former University of Kentucky players will get their chance to compete at the next level. DeQuin Evans, Mike Hartline, Derrick Locke, Ricky Lumpkin and Chris Matthews each signed free agent agreements Tuesday, one day after the NFL lockout ended....
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