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The Clark County Board of Education Tuesday approved a $38 million working budget for fiscal year 2012-13 that includes a 22.2 percent contingency fund— a little more than $8 million. The working budget is the last of a three-step budgeting process...
Contributing WriterMeet Gary Johnson. He may be the candidate most idealogically aligned with what a majority of voters, especially Kentuckians, say they want in a president. He may be the only candidate with practical problem-solving experience as both a successful self-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — As funding sources continue to shrink, Lincoln County schools may have to consider staffing cuts later this school year in order to keep a balanced budget, Finance Director Marsha Abel told school board members Sept. 13. Abel highlighted...
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email@example.comSTANFORD — The Lincoln County Regional Jail dealt with more prisoner overcrowding than had been anticipated during the past fiscal year, but still came in under-budget by tens of thousands of dollars, Jailer David Gooch told Lincoln magistrates...
The Winchester SunBrandstetter Carroll, Inc. and Palmer Engineering revealed the plans for the Clark County Emergency Operations Center in a public meeting at the Clark County Courthouse Tuesday night. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is providing a $3 million...
In a slight surprise, the Clark County Fiscal Court voted Wednesday not to raise the property tax rate for the 2012-13 fiscal year. In its regular meeting, the Fiscal Court approved the second reading of the property tax rate but opted to maintain the...
Dear Editor, I read with interest about the recent action by the city to purchase the BISCO building on Third Street. Does that mean the city has found something on which to spend its recently declared surplus? No, not really, because there never was a...
Contributing columnistThere are dysfunctional legislatures … and then there is dysfunctional thinking by legislators. Recently, the two embraced one another on the TV screen when Pure Politics host Ryan Alessi interviewed Jeff Donohue, who defeated incumbent Rep. Wade...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAlcohol and occupational tax revenues for fiscal year 2011-12 were higher than projected, which helped the city end the year with a near $2-million budget surplus, Danville City Manager Ron Scott said Monday. During the City Commission meeting, Scott and...
School districts across the state are once again being warned of potential upcoming cuts in their federal funding. Kentucky Department of Education Commissioner Terry Holliday warned school principals last week of the negative consequences of an upcoming...
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As co-chairs of a group of very civic-minded individuals who came together to work tirelessly for the successful vote taken on March 2, 2010, thus allowing the legal sale of spirits in our community, we take great pride in the recent news of the city&...
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