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The Danville micropolitan area has been ranked in the top tier of micros for new and expanding business projects by SITE Selection magazine. This area includes Boyle and Lincoln counties. Out of 581 micropolitans in the U.S., Danville was tied for a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Jessamine County Board of Education gave its approval Monday night to a $4 million project designed to create enough energy savings in the school district to pay that bill in the next 14 years. At a special meeting before a regularly scheduled...
email@example.comFor two friends who love operating glue guns as much as Malory Wesley Coffman and Lori Carmicle, both of Casey County, it was only a matter of time before the duo would join forces. Neither one remembers exactly how it happened. One possibility...
Danville Pediatrics sponsors 2013 blockbuster exhibit at CAC For the third year in a row, Danville Pediatrics and Primary Care will be the title sponsor of the Community Arts Center’s annual blockbuster exhibit, coming to Danville in February...
Denyo Manufacturing held a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony Tuesday marking a $7 million expansion at the Danville plant. Shigeru Koga, president of Denyo Co. Ltd., said the Japanese company made the decision to expand the Danville facility last...
Jessamine County SuperintendentKentucky schools have routinely screened children around the time they enter kindergarten in order to establish a performance baseline for each child and to prepare teachers to better meet individual needs right from the start. A quick screening of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgOf the more than 70 investors Christopher Turner lured into backing his Go Go Gorillas dream, Ilene Severance was probably taken for the biggest ride. The 75-year-old Stanford widow, who won the lottery in 1992, invested or loaned Turner $2.5 million...
Ephraim McDowell treating patients better for less Normally, news coverage of health care focuses solely on the high costs of the American health care system. However, Ephraim McDowell Health, and a growing number of other hospitals, doctors,...
East Kentucky Power Cooperative Friday requested proposals for up to 300 megawatts of electric-generating resources to possibly replace power plants that could be shut down as a result of federal regulations taking effect in 2015. EKPC is soliciting...
email@example.comFor the second year in a row, the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the business year with a bang, honoring local leaders while also cutting loose on the dance floor. After years of holding a traditional dinner and awards program,...
Contributing columnist“Rethink Possible” is AT&T’s current marketing motto. Government’s dictum, on the other hand, is “Regulate Possible until rethinking possible becomes impossible.” Why does the Kentucky Public Service Commission still...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — The Lancaster City Council has not made a firm decision about how to solve pending water capacity issues. But the city will pursue a grant to build a new water plant. The council approved the city's application for $2 million in U.S....
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