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Just moments before the Clark County Board of Education adjourned its regular meeting Tuesday night, Superintendent Dr. Elaine Farris read a letter to the commissioners announcing her retirement July 1. The move stunned the board, as most were...
Tags: Human Interest, House Building
email@example.comQuality Construction joins SAS Global SAS Global Inc., an international antimicrobial company headquartered in Central New Jersey, announced that Quality Construction Company, headquartered in Nicholasville — a top-quality construction and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAllegations of corruption in Jessamine County over the past decade are at the heart of a lawsuit filed early this year by one local land developer against another. Forest Creek, LLC filed its lawsuit in January alleging local developer Clay Corman and...
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There’s something wrong with the way construction is done these days. If the ancient Egyptians were using today’s methods and technology, the great pyramid of Cheops would still be under construction, rather than having risen in about 20 years...
The Clark County Board of Education on Tuesday narrowly approved a new four-year district facilities plan. Board members B. J. Swope and Mike Kuduk voted against the plan, while Debbie Fatkin, Deanna Wolfe and Board Chairwoman Judy Hicks voted to accept...
Tags: Renovation, Politics, House Building, Elections
The Winchester SunThe Clark County Board of Education unanimously voted Tuesday to use part of a surplus on the new George Rogers Clark High School construction project to build the outer shell of a new Area Technology Center, as Phase II of the project at the school site....
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Guest columnistOrganized labor spent $1 billion to get President Obama and other leftists elected in the last election. But it’s politicians claiming conservatism who recently cast deciding votes to implement labor policies on military construction projects that...
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...
email@example.comThe drawings and renderings of the new elementary school on Union Mill Road have borne the name “East Jessamine Elementary School.” But the school that is still two years away from opening is probably still more than a year from having an...
The Winchester SunConstruction updates on three ongoing projects took up a big part of Tuesday’s Clark County school board meeting. Architect Ron Murrell of RossTarrant Architects presented the board with photographs showing the progress of the new George Rogers...
The renovations of Waynesburg and Crab Orchard elementary schools were the hot topic of Monday’s Lincoln County Board of Education meeting. Codell Construction Project Manager Travis Curry, who is overseeing the renovations of both schools, stated...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe signs are everywhere. The towers of school bus yellow Crayola boxes. The appearance of obscure supplies like protractors and paste. The mad rush of teenagers frantically Spark Note-ing Dostoevsky and Dickens. The new school year is upon us, and with...
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