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firstname.lastname@example.orgLast week, I looked at some basic ways to eat healthy and green at the same time. This week, I’ll share some more specific ideas for meals and snacks thoughout the day. On any given day, you can make the decision to eat healthy for your body and...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — Things have gotten bad enough at the city’s wastewater treatment plant that city commissioners declared a state of emergency Monday so it can make repairs quickly without going through the normal bidding process. “I know...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgA study has shown the Garrard County Courthouse and annex uses more energy than the average American courthouse. But a project to increase efficiency could pay for itself, according to the Kentuckiana Comfort Center Inc. The Louisville-based company...
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FRANKFORT — Boyle County has been given $179,000 in agricultural development funds that will be used to provide cost-share incentives to area farmers. The Kentucky Agriculture Development Board, chaired by Gov. Steve Beshear, approved the funding...
email@example.comWith wholesale natural gas prices changing little over the last year, Kentucky customers will be paying about the same for comparable quantities of gas this winter, the Kentucky Public Service Commission announced Monday. “Natural gas prices have...
“New property is gravy to the tax districts,” Property Valuation Administrator David Gambrel stressed to the Stanford City Council last Thursday as he briefed them on their options for the next tax season. His figures concerning the four...
Thursday night, the Winchester Municipal Utilities Commission approved $13.4 million in total operating expenses for the 2011-2012 fiscal year budget — an increase from the $11.2 million budgeted for the 2010-2011 fiscal year. The total budget...
From Ray Smith, forage extension specialist, and Kenny Burdine, extension livestock and forage economist provided this information from the University of Wisconsin Extension about new research on rapid drying hay. Hay is a significant agricultural crop...
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...
The Winchester SunEast Kentucky Power Cooperative launched the first in a series of wide-scale talks with environmental groups Tuesday in an effort to expand renewable energy and efficiency programs at the wholesale electricity provider. Called the Demand Side...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWorld Water Day was celebrated March 22. In honor of that day, this column is dedicated to all things water. Everyone has heard about water conservation, but what does that really mean? All it means is using less water. Before we use less water,...
How much fuel your car burns. What type of light bulb you buy. How much energy your appliances use. What kind of health plan you have. What do they have in common? Meet your hidden master: regulations. The devil’s in the details, the saying goes....
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