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email@example.comA touchdown by Tates Creek with 24 seconds on the clock in the fourth quarter gave the Commodores a 14-7 win over East Jessamine on Friday night in the first VisitNich.com Bowl at East. The Jags' lone touchdown came on their opening possession of the...
1911Katherine F. Huff filed suit in Jefferson Circuit Court for divorce from J.D. Huff, who lives in Danville. They married in 1903 and lived together until June 28, when the plaintiff discovered the defendant was untrue to her. Mrs. Huff alleges her...
Tags: Rivers, Defendants, Government, Kentucky, Crime, Law and Justice
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Ricky and Deborah A. Conder to Mark A. and Sherry S. Thomas, 13.05 acres on Ky. 1822, $93,500. Chase Home Finance LLC and Alfred R. Emerson, through J. Thomas Hensley,...
Tags: Mortgages, Rivers, Loans, High Bridge, Insurance
The Boyle County boys and girls golf teams each placed fourth at their respective invitationals on Saturday. The Boyle girls, led by Rachel Pingleton’s 74, finished fourth at the Joy Invitational at Wild Turkey Trace in Lawrenceburg with a score...
The Clark County Fiscal Court passed the second reading of an ordinance setting the 2011-12 compensating property tax at 8.8 cents and approving the 2011-12 fiscal year budget. The tax rate is the same as last year’sThe court could have implemented...
The Interior JournalSTANFORD — The Lincoln County Sanitation District has been formed to address the ongoing problem with failing septic systems contaminating local creeks. Judge-Executive Jim Adams recently appointed five members to oversee management, planning and...
Clean up along the Norfolk-Southern tracks in McKinney is moving along quickly with parallel efforts being made to clear both hazardous and non-hazardous material from the site and abate the spill of hazardous materials into the creek that adjoins the...
Wars have been fought and kingdoms lost over water and water rights. Although the world is mostly made up of water, millions of people do not have a source for clean, usable water. That's not the case in Danville. Sometime in the mid 1920s, the leaders...
Tags: Rivers, Water Supply
Heritage Hospice is one of 500 finalists in Toyota’s 100 Cars for Good program, which will award vehicles to 100 nonprofit organizations based on votes from the public. The program will showcase five nonprofit organizations each day for 100 days on...
Matthew L. Smith, a native of Jessamine County, passed away on July 25. He was a graduate of Tates Creek High School and Tulane University in New Orleans, majoring in engineering and psychology. He had a special place in his heart for both Tates Creek and...
Property transfers for the week of July 18 to July 22. — Edward J. Ziembroski Jr. and Vanessa L. Ziembroski to Jacobus M. Ockers and Janet R. Ockers, lots 9/10 Fairwood Subdivision, $415,000. — Jessie B. Buckner to William H. Hodgkin,...
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