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firstname.lastname@example.orgDue to a shortage of federal funds, officials will not be able to begin construction on the $27.5 million Danville water treatment plant expansion until at least November. Officials had hoped to begin construction by September, but did not get an...
email@example.comForty-nine water treatment plants in Kentucky have been recognized by the Energy and Environment Cabinet for their demonstrated success in producing drinking water in 2011 that consistently met or exceeded state water quality standards. The 49...
The Winchester SunEast Kentucky Power Cooperative’s Dale Station doesn’t meet the federal Mercury and Air Toxics Standards Act that will take effect in 2015. The cooperative must now decide what the best option for compliance is, and what option would be...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — City Commissioner Bubby Isham got what he was after Monday night when his fellow commissioners voted unanimously to fire cemetery sexton Jerri Carter. The 4-0 vote following an executive session terminated Carter, who had been...
email@example.comThe sun is shining, the birds are singing and there’s not a cloud in the sky. It’s a good day to dust off the boom box and go outside to pull a few weeds and just enjoy being alive except ... the radio keeps asking me if my home has radon....
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Lincoln County Board of Education swore in a new member Thursday and discussed remediation options for Lincoln County High School. Theresa Long of Stanford will serve on the Board of Education until the end of the year and also plans...
The Lincoln County Board of Education swore in a new member Thursday and discussed remediation options for Lincoln County High School. Theresa Long of Stanford will serve on the Board of Education until the end of the year and also plans to run for the...
Guest columnistDon’t sacrifice the “possible” for the “perfect.” That’s the latest and greatest advice a Bowling Green Daily News editorial delivered to those affiliated with the Tea Party movement – via a “memo.”...
Newsflash: The Center for Biological Diversity is at odds with its soulmate, the EPA. It’s suing, even though THAT federal anti-fossil fuel behemoth can’t find jurisdiction in “Bio-D’s” leftist cause: litigating lead bullets....
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The Winchester SunBecause of a change in personnel, the Winchester Municipal Utilities Commission voted Thursday to terminate one work order for consent decree projects and approve another in its place. The change will save the utility up to $12,000. Commissioners...
The Winchester SunThe Lower Howards Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant, a $32.2 million project of the City of Winchester and Winchester Municipal Utilities, is 50 percent completed with a little less than a year to finish. The project is part of a consent decree from the...
email@example.comLung cancer kills thousands of Americans every year. Smoking, radon, and secondhand smoke are the leading causes of lung cancer. Although lung cancer can be treated, the survival rate is one of the lowest for those with cancer. In many cases, lung...
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