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Contributing columnistLast week, I talked about ways to save money and energy during the summer months by making your air conditioning use more efficient. This week, I'm going to share ways to conserve water use during the hot summer months. There are a few simple things you...
With much of the state in a drought, the Kentucky Division of Water is encouraging citizens to learn how they can conserve water during drought and year-round with some simple changes in their water-use habits. “Some customers of public drinking...
HARRODSBURG — Harrodsburg is asking its water customers in the city, along with those in North Mercer, Lake Village and the city of Burgin, to begin voluntary water conservation. With the dry weather conditions, heat and construction at the water...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgMembers of the Jessamine Amateur Wireless Society (J.A.W.S.) took to the airwaves at Lake Mingo Park last weekend in its annual field-day exercise. The 24-hour event was part of the American Radio Relay League’s national field day. During the...
Safety classes offered for hairdressers McDowell Wellness Center, a service of Ephraim McDowell Health, will offer a safety class for hairdressers, cosmetologists and nail technicians. The class is approved by the Kentucky Board of Hairdressers and...
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email@example.comDue to a shortage of federal funds, officials will not be able to begin construction on the $27.5 million Danville water treatment plant expansion until at least November. Officials had hoped to begin construction by September, but did not get an...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Discussion about a proposed new water treatment plant in Lancaster is continuing following a workshop Monday at city hall. Attending were Lancaster City Council members, Mayor Brenda Powers, Garrard Fiscal Court members, engineers,...
email@example.comForty-nine water treatment plants in Kentucky have been recognized by the Energy and Environment Cabinet for their demonstrated success in producing drinking water in 2011 that consistently met or exceeded state water quality standards. The 49...
firstname.lastname@example.orgConstruction work has been frequent in downtown Stanford over the past week and it's not over yet. At least four projects have seen action, mostly along Main Street. Sidewalks have been upgraded, a sewer pipe has been replaced, a building was...
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email@example.comA new water main running from East Jessamine High School to East Jessamine Middle School is expected to provide adequate water flow for the new elementary school set to open in 2013, with the city and the school district sharing the cost. The Jessamine...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — A boil-water advisory has been issued by the Harrodsburg Water Department, effective from 3 p.m. Tuesday until further notice, according to Walter Bottoms, water treatment plant superintendent. A notice was issued to all Harrodsburg...
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