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Contributing WriterLast week I began a two-part column about air pollution and discussed three of the six most common air pollutants as defined by the Environmental Protection Agency. This week, I’ll take a look at the other three. As a refresher, the most common air...
Contributing Writer“Fairness” is a term getting thrown around during the current campaign season more than a football at a Cards vs. Cats game. President Obama has even made it the centerpiece of his re-election campaign, using rhetoric filled with talk of...
email@example.comQuality Construction joins SAS Global SAS Global Inc., an international antimicrobial company headquartered in Central New Jersey, announced that Quality Construction Company, headquartered in Nicholasville — a top-quality construction and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Garrard County Fiscal Court passed a resolution Monday to apply for more funding from the Community Development Block Grant program. The money would go to pay for renovations to the Lan- caster Higher Education Center, the Lancaster...
Contributing WriterPart of leading an environmentally-friendly life is learning to stop and think about things you would usually just take for granted. Thinking about how our actions impact plants, animals, earth, water and air will help keep our natural world around for...
email@example.comIn June, Boyle County had an unemployment rate of 9.8 percent, according to the Kentucky Education and Workforce Development Cabinet. That’s more than the national average, which is 8.4 percent. “Everyone is just a job away from being in...
The West Nile Virus is once again in the news, with more than twice the number of cases reported this year than in previous years and reaching as far north as New York. The West Nile Virus is carried by mosquitos that first bite infected birds before...
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I-75 connector a bad idea Dear Editor: The $350-$400 million Interstate 75 connector project is a very bad idea for our environment, historical landmarks, future, and for us. Once paved, the pristine beauty of this area will forever be erased. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDespite fierce arguments that irreparable damage would be done to Jessamine Creek by the development of the Westgate Subdivision, an injunction to delay further construction is still out of reach as of Tuesday afternoon. However, the fight over the...
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Army Pvt. Spencer L. Morris has graduated from One Station Unit Training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo., which included basic military training and advanced individual training. During basic military training, the trainee received instruction...
email@example.comThe pilot project of a new ministry in Jessamine County aims to help struggling families by walking alongside them. Jessamine Christian Church’s Barbara Rendel, the wife of interim pastor Wally Rendel, is beginning “ScatterJOY,” based...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt didn’t take Willie Cauley-Stein long to impress Kentucky coach John Calipari, which was not a huge surprise to Mike Groves, Cauley-Stein’s Olathe Northwest High School coach in Kansas. “Willie is just an unbelievable athlete. There...
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