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Friday morning, Stanford Mayor Bill Miracle, flanked by state and local officials, ceremonially broke ground on a project to improve wastewater treatment for the city's 2,000 residential customers as well as business and industry. The city's current...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — After months of anticipation, Lancaster City Council has voiced a preference for one of three options available to solve pending water plant capacity issues. The council — not including absent member Maggie Morris Mick —...
Tags: Kentucky, Investments, Plant Openings, Politics, Finance
email@example.comLANCASTER — Lancaster celebrated its investment in the resource on top of everyone's mind in Wednesday's heat — water. A ribbon cutting at city hall marked the completion of the last phase of a water system improvement project that replaced...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe basement of the Community Arts Center is a refreshing change from the steamy street on a hot, muggy June morning. To add to the coolness of the room, water-like sounds also fill the air. “Can you take these out to your garden, shake them and...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Human Interest, Water, Arts, Pets
Our nation’s water infrastructure is aging badly: U.S. cities currently lose one-fifth of their water to leaks and suffer 1.2 trillion gallons of sewage spills annually, according to the U.S. General Accounting Office. In February, a water main in...
Tags: Maine, Natural Disasters, Politics, Rivers, The New York Times
email@example.comLANCASTER — The city council here may have a third option when considering how to solve pending water plant capacity issues.Representatives from Lexington-based Kentucky American Water came to the council’s Tuesday work session to express...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSpring cleaning in Jessamine County will officially kick off Saturday with the start of the county’s 23rd annual countywide cleanup. The week-long drop-off opportunity for residential debris is free to residents. Materials can be dropped off...
email@example.comWorld Water Day was celebrated March 22. In honor of that day, this column is dedicated to all things water. Everyone has heard about water conservation, but what does that really mean? All it means is using less water. Before we use less water,...
PLEASANT HILL — Under protection of a court order and with law enforcement present, several horses were removed Friday from a Mercer County farm where the animals had allegedly been abused. Among those hauling off the horses was Travis Banks,...
Tags: Horse (animal), Justice System, Politics, Trials, Judges
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