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Your boss just assigned you to go on a business trip. You just found out you got a job transfer. You’re a business owner interested in expanding to a different area. Or maybe, you and your spouse just celebrated the birth of your first child, and...
Journal columnist“At the beginning of 2010, a landfill contained 1,400 tons of solid waste. The increasing function W models the total amount of solid waste stored at the landfill. Planners estimate that W will satisfy the differential equation (insert equation...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville-Boyle County Parks and Recreation was one of the lone agencies to request a substantial funding increase Thursday during Danville City Commission's budget meeting, but the purse strings may be tightening even more, according to some officials....
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — After Kentucky State Police raided Pioneer Market more than three years ago and confiscated eight video gambling machines, owner Ed Johnson pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of promoting gambling, paid a $500 fine and was given...
For $7,900, 19 senior adults in Clark County can receive a hot meal once a day for six months. The Clark County Generations Center, operating under the umbrella of Kentucky River Foothills, currently feeds 50 seniors each day through its home meal...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Boyle County Public Library is thriving, according to a recent report shared by Georgia de Araujo, assistant director. “Opening a new building in January 2010 jumpstarted us in our location in town,” she said. “It was about the...
LANCASTER — A job fair will take place from 2-6 p.m. today at the First Southern National Bank Community Room on the Lancaster Public Square. Qualified candidates from Garrard County and the region can apply to work in Iraq or Afghanistan for...
email@example.comLast week, I bid farewell to one of my favorite tech toys, my Peek9. The Peek began as a $50 gadget solely dedicated to email with awesome battery life. The original model was called the Peek Classic. It was shaped similarly to a Blackberry and came...
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An organization that represents 18 cable companies in Kentucky has been given permission to intervene as a defendant in a lawsuit over the telecom tax. The goal of the Multichannel Video Programming and Communications Services Tax was to create a more...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Garrard County Emergency Medical Services Director Chuck O’Neal and his staff emptied every piece of medical equipment from their ambulance fleet last week. Baskets of bandages, gloves, IV bags, oxygen masks and more were piled...
As the Clark County Public Library marks its 13th year at its South Burns Avenue location, the number of visitors has increased annually and technological advances have changed how people get their information. According to a recent news release by...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Libraries
email@example.comA recommended 2-percent tax increase would not be needed to fund full-day kindergarten but would plug schools’ funding holes when stimulus money disappears next year, superintendent Lu Young said Monday. The tax rate will be set at a special meeting...
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