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email@example.comLANCASTER — When Garrard County Judge-Executive John Wilson announced to the Fiscal Court last August that the county had paid off the $4.5 million hospital debt 10 years early, discussions began on how quickly the insurance premium tax, which had...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBoyle County has budgeted to increase its insurance funds out of anticipation premiums might go up in the next fiscal year. Currently in its budget process, Boyle County Fiscal discussed the possible changes to its budget at a special meeting Tuesday...
email@example.comLANCASTER — Despite getting the hospital debt paid off early, Garrard County taxpayers will not yet see a relief on their insurance premium taxes, the Fiscal Court said Monday. That is because of a Kentucky statute that only allows insurance...
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All investments carry risk. But, as an investor, one of the biggest risks you face is that of not achieving your long-term goals, such as enjoying a comfortable retirement and remaining financially independent throughout your life. To help reach your...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFor the third year in a row, Ichthus has expanded its effort to bring central-Kentucky residents to the annual Wilmore festival with special single-day tickets, available until Friday at a discounted price. Branded “My Ichthus," this year’s...
April 14, 1962 WASHINGTON (AP) —┐President Kennedy’s price-crushing victory over the might steel industry left him clothed today with vast new influence to shape the American economy. The steel giants bowed one by one Friday to a massive...
Arbor Day observation set for April 27 Dear Editor, The first Friday in April is the traditional Arbor Day in Kentucky. However, the Winchester Tree Board has set aside Friday, April 27, as our time to observe Arbor Day. We will be giving away Bald...
The Winchester SunThe Clark County Board of Education was cleared of any wrongdoing after an almost year-long investigation by the state Office of Education Accountability into whether it had violated the requirements of the bid process on the new George Rogers Clark...
The Winchester SunClark County government department supervisors and employees have asked the Fiscal Court to use $82,000 in unawarded Community Foundation grants to pay for county worker cost-of-living raises. Last week, county commissioners, after studying a draft...
By Katelynn Griffin Soon, beef might not be what’s for dinner for everyone, due to a steady increase in price. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, last December, steak and ground chuck prices increasedá 11 percent. More...
email@example.comThe latest Marketbasket Survey, conducted by the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation in December 2011, indicates that average retail food prices in supermarkets across the state have decreased by 1 percent during this last quarter. According to the survey,...
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