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email@example.comIt would be easy to assume that life took a crazy bad turn for Dan Price after he left Danville 22 years ago. He now lives by himself in a hole in the ground in the outback of northeastern Oregon. “I went from living in a mansion in Kentucky that...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWe are just over two months away from the general election, and locally, all the races are set. We’ve got seven candidates on the ballot for the four Nicholasville City Commission slots, seven candidates vying for the Wilmore City Council seats, a...
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Up What better way to kick off the start of the 2012-2013 high-school sports season than with the second annual VisitNich.com Bowl and the Soccerrama Showcase this weekend? East and West High football teams will play Somerset and Tates Creek,...
email@example.comHUSTONVILLE — Hustonville City Council has passed first readings of five ordinances aimed at curtailing certain behaviors within city limits, but the city has refused to release the text of the ordinances to the public. The ordinances were read...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJoel Pett is well known for his pointed pen, earning a Pulitzer Prize and international acclaim puncturing ripe targets with decidedly inelegant strokes. But who knew the Lexington Herald-Leader’s editorial cartoonist is also something of a stand-...
This bicentennial year of the War of 1812 has so far seen little commemoration of America’s “second Revolution.” Kentuckians volunteered in numbers and played a significant role in the outcome of the war. Approximately 25,000 Kentucky...
Guest columnistKentucky’s pension debt, which stands at nearly $34 billion today, is expected to reach $40 billion during the next three years. How different would our situation be today if former Gov. Wendell Ford had not decided back in 1972 that taxpayers...
Contributing columnistRecently, two people started the subject of confining (or crating) a puppy. Both felt it was terrible to do this. I felt obligated to explain that confining a pup for short periods is no worse than putting a baby in a playpen, and crating a pup at night...
email@example.comThere is a theory known as agenda-setting in which a news-media outlet’s bias can influence opinion and virtually alter the perception of an event in the eyes of the public. For me, this theory is self evident in mainstream media with everything...
Now that the Kentucky Retirement Systems Board of Trustees has decided to shift Medicare-covered public retirees from the state’s self-funded supplemental insurance into a Medicare Advantage plan run by Humana, pensioners will have to watch to see...
Institute for Rural Journalism and Community IssuesPublic officials in Kentucky are doing better at obeying open-government laws, but many still have a ways to go, but Kentuckians are making increasing use of the laws to hold officials accountable. So said the chief author of the laws, and one of the...
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