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Take the wheel with Stuart Powell, Boyle band and Hospice Stuart Powell and Ford Motor Company want to keep vital programs going in our communities — such as those with the Boyle County High School Band and Heritage Hospice. In back-to-back...
FLIGHT FROM FANCY: As the world creeps in, many Casey Mennonites are splitting to start anew in Tennesseetkleffman@amnews.comSOUTH FORK — Paul Martin is a small, wiry man with a higher-pitched voice, sharp features and kind nature that lends him an air of a wizened old elf. Beneath a broad-brimmed black hat, he is dressed in all black, sharp as tack, even though he...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — More bad news regarding the sewer line issues on West Maple Avenue was heard during Monday night’s Lancaster City Council meeting. According to Mayor Brenda Powers, another $25,000 is needed to pay for the remaining work for the...
email@example.comLANCASTER — Discussion for Wednesday night’s special-called Lancaster City Council meeting focused solely on the city’s sewer problems. More specifically, how to pay for recently-discovered issues on West Maple Avenue from Paulding...
Kentucky sets record on SBA 504 loans The U.S. Small Business Administration just set a new loan dollar record in Kentucky on the SBA 504 Loan Program, with more than $46.3 million for the 2012 fiscal year. This amount was driven by the Temporary 504...
You have probably heard a great deal about the looming fiscal cliff facing our nation, but we want to bring the debate closer to home by sharing what that cliff means for our local schools and the future of the children and youth of our community. These...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter months of brutal attack ads from 6th District U.S. Representative candidates Ben Chandler and Andy Barr glutting the Lexington television airwaves, many area voters are understandably confused when they are told they won't be voting for either...
email@example.comLANCASTER — Cell phones are becoming too costly for some solid waste employees in Garrard County, in part because they are using personal phones for work, said Chris Thomason, solid waste coordinator for Garrard and Lincoln counties. Thomason...
The Winchester SunThe Clark County School District Finance Corp. Tuesday authorized the sale of $10.8 million of school building revenue bonds for three current building projects in the district. The largest part of those, $5,265,000, is for the completion of the second...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAppointing new members to the Danville Ethics Board as well as the Architectural Review Board was a major point of discussion at Monday’s City Commission meeting. Each commissioner was asked to make two nominations to expedite the process of...
The Winchester SunThe rich deserve a break, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said during Monday’s Winchester-Clark County Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Lunch. Kentucky’s junior Republican senator highlighted his ideas about fiscal policy and how government can help...
email@example.comThe Lincoln County School Board approved Thursday spending more than $1.8 million to repair the roofs of the school board central office and four district schools. Nearly $1 million will be used to repair the high school, $341,000 will be spent on the...
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