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email@example.comNicholasville-based Alltech Brewing and Distilling Company added another locally produced and inspired beverage to its product list last month with the launch of a new spirit — Town Branch Bourbon. Alltech executives hosted about 160 guests at its...
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The Lincoln County Sanitation District has been formed to address the ongoing problem with failing septic systems contaminating local creeks and reversion the county. Tuesday, Judge Executive Jim Adams appointed five members to oversee the management,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGRAVEL SWITCH — The body of a Casey County woman who had been missing since Tuesday morning was discovered near her crashed car Wednesday afternoon off Ky. 243 in Boyle County about three miles from her home. Patricia Moddrelle, 78, of 350 Haskell...
email@example.comChildren are typically happy to leave behind most parts of their school life for the summer — early mornings, reading assignments, pop quizzes. But when the final bell rings and the doors close until August, many students still need a valuable...
Summer is here, and many people are out of school and have nothing planned for the season. What if you were told you could have a lot of fun while being outside exercising? A person can have fun exercising, though many people do not believe they can....
Republicans in Congress are aggressively attacking the Clean Water Act — a landmark 1970 law created the year after Ohio’s horrifically polluted Cuyahoga River spontaneously burst into flame. Ironically, these attacks — coupled with...
Our nation’s water infrastructure is aging badly: U.S. cities currently lose one-fifth of their water to leaks and suffer 1.2 trillion gallons of sewage spills annually, according to the U.S. General Accounting Office. In February, a water main in...
• Laura Patton, 30, 280 Palisades Road, B, Harrodsburg, was arrested May 19 on Lexington Road and charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place. • Harrison A. Nelson, 22, 501 Longview Drive, was arrested May 20 on North Main Street and...
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LOUISVILLE – Eight of Lincoln County High School’s best track and field athletes got to compete with the elite athletes in their sport this past weekend. Patriots Zack Hill and Ryne Beeding and Lady Patriots Emily Frith, Alex Bunch, Taylor...
Streetscape public meeting to take place March 21 A public meeting to discuss the downtown streetscape project will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, March 21, at Euro Wine Bar on Main Street. Beavers, groundhogs damaging Riney B, Rainbow Drive properties...
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BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: J. Thomas and Susan F. Hensley and Floyd V. and Edna Cook to Hugh A. and Betty L. Moffett, lot in Bluegrass Chase Farms North, $90,000. Alitta B. and Christopher Evans,...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgA lawsuit filed in Jessamine Circuit Court last Friday alleges that Wilmore Mayor Harold Rainwater and city attorney Robert Gullette conspired against Wilmore resident Hal Snowden, owner of Roseglade Farm. “... Gullette and Rainwater entered...
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