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firstname.lastname@example.orgIn December 2011, Mercer County mother Sandra Baker was called to school to retrieve her son, Christopher, after the school determined he was out of control. When she arrived, Baker told reporters later, she found her son in a large, green gym bag,...
Waters’ views wouldn’t hold up in court To the editor, Jim Waters’ guest column published in your March 20 edition is intellectually cowardly in that Waters’ arguments are based not on a recitation of any statistics or report from...
email@example.comSOMERSET - There’s a reason why few teams win back-to-back regional titles. Simply put: repeating isn’t easy. The Lincoln County girls learned as much Tuesday night in a roller coaster ride through the 12th Region Tournament championship...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSOMERSET — There’s a reason why few teams win back-to-back regional titles. Simply put: repeating isn’t easy. The Lincoln County girls learned as much Tuesday night in a roller coaster ride through the 12th Region Tournament...
email@example.comLANCASTER — In a repeat visit to the Fiscal Court, Garrard County resident Denny Ford came before magistrates Monday regarding a water runoff issue he faces on his property on U.S. 27 near Camp Nelson. Ford said he appeared before the court in...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgGov.Steve Beshear emergency regulations last week to place newly identified synthetic marijuana under Schedule 1 of the Kentucky Controlled Substances Act. The action represents the first time synthetic substances have been banned by administrative...
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email@example.comIt was a case of missed opportunities for the Boyle County girls. The Rebels held leads near the end of regulation and overtime Tuesday, only to see those lead slip away and visiting Woodford County take control in the second overtime to pull out a 68-...
firstname.lastname@example.org“Four more years?” Not so fast. Bryon Ellis heard that chant last year when the Centre College men lost to Transylvania for the fourth consecutive season, sending Centre’s 2012 seniors away without a single win against their biggest...
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email@example.comA couple of land owners are worried a proposed amendment to a subdivision regulation will hurt the property value of dozens of farmers and they plan to make their concerns heard at the next Jessamine County/Wilmore Joint Planning Commission meeting....
Clark County Board of Education ChairwomanFor our district, the local planning committee is comprised of 20 members who must live in the district — four teachers, four parents, four building-level administrators, three community leaders, one district facilities director, one Central...
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