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Many workers are expected to keep increasing their productivity, even in the midst of the stress that comes with company reorganizations or layoffs. The Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce is offering a workshop, “You Don’t Have to...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRepublican Congressman Brett Guthrie discussed several national topics including debt and immigration with about 50 people gathered Wednesday at the Danville Country Club. Guthrie, a third-term member of the U.S. House of Representatives whose newly...
Clark County officials responded to 20 drug overdose deaths in 2011, with 11 of them occurring during the last four months of the year. Clark County Coroner Robert Gayheart, who has been the coroner since 2008, said 20 is not a particularly high or low...
Journal columnist“Work harder: Millions on welfare are counting on you.” I must admit the pithy bumper sticker made me chuckle. I appreciate wit even when sometimes it cuts. As I reflected on Labor Day about the current frenzy about the dismal reports on...
Journal ColumnistI’ve been fighting for years to see Kentucky overhaul its antiquated, behind-the-8-ball tax code. This year’s gubernatorial race brings us at least some progress. During the Republican primary, candidate Phil Moffett was the first to go on...
Contributing columnistI’ve been fighting for years to see Kentucky overhaul its antiquated, “behind the 8-ball” tax code. This year’s gubernatorial race brings us at least some progress. During the Republican primary, candidate Phil Moffett was the...
Only the Ohio River separates the worst-run state in America from one that turned a $200 million deficit into a $1.2 billion surplus in five years. While Forbes was lamenting the poor management of Kentucky’s economy, Newsweek was running articles...
Middle East turmoil rages, the price of oil rises and at the pump, your wallet shrinks. President Obama has effectively cut the U.S. off from its own supply of oil just as an untimely crisis takes place putting a crimp on global oil supplies. In reaction...
The biggest impediment to transforming Kentucky into a haven for job creation is our out-of-date tax system, which punishes productivity and discourages innovation and creativity. Tax reform is long overdue in this state. We arrived at the current...
A financial debt can be paid back. But the debt we’ll owe our children if investments in health, nutrition and education are slashed is irreparable. Investment in human infrastructure — providing the human capacity development for optimal...
Guest columnistFrom April 4 to April 8, Jessamine County recognizes National Public Health Week by encouraging everyone to work together to make our community safer. This year’s theme, “Safety is No Accident: Live Injury Free,” lends inspiration to the...
This month marks the 10th anniversary of the first of the two tax cuts sought by former President George W. Bush. The Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act was enacted in 2001 to be followed, in 2003, by the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief...
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