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firstname.lastname@example.orgIt’s no secret that smoking is the number-one cause of lung cancer in America, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The second-leading cause, according to the CDC, is something that can affect people without them even...
email@example.comDanville officials anticipate the water plant expansion project will be available for contractors to bid upon by early July. Brent Tippey of HDR — the firm managing the $28 million project — gave a funding update at Monday’s City...
In light of the economic doldrums Boyle and other counties have experienced in recent years, it was downright thrilling to hear even sketchy details about Corning Inc.'s plans for their once and future factory on Valksdahl Road. We are preliminarily...
Happy Earth Day 43. It’s been 43 years since the first Earth Day celebration took place in 1970. Earth Day was founded by Gaylord Nelson, who, in 1970, was the Democratic senator from Wisconsin. In January 1969, he witnessed the devastation caused...
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This is the closest the City of Winchester and the Winchester Municipal Utilities have come to a consent decree deadline, but the Lower Howard’s Creek Waste Water Treatment Plant will still be operating prior to the Jan. 1 deadline. Flow will be...
Right now, we have focused our attention on Washington and have forgotten the problems that we have growing in our state. Governor Steve Beshear has sat on his hands and done nothing but watch our state decline. We’ve had over 9,000 miners put out...
firstname.lastname@example.orgState officials say they are close to asking Philips Lighting to submit plans to clean up contamination on and around the site of its now-vacant light manufacturing facility in Danville. Since the plant on Valksdahl Avenue closed in February 2011, the...
Nov. 9, 1987 Winchester Municipal Utilities has paid more than $150,000 to two Washington firms and a local attorney in the defense of a lawsuit filed by the Environmental Protection Agency. WMU General Manager Dick Lewis released the litigation expenses...
email@example.comDanville voters will elect four city commissioners Tuesday. Incumbents James “J.H.” Atkins, Kevin Caudill, Gail Louis and Ryan Montgomery are trying to retain their seats but face challenges from former commissioners Janet Hamner and Paige...
The Winchester Board of Commissioners approved a resolution to borrow $1 million for the Bel-Air sanitary sewer improvements during its regular meeting earlier this week. The loan will come from the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority, or KIA, and will...
The Winchester SunWinchester Municipal Utilities is entering the home stretch on the Lower Howards Creek Wastewater Treatment plant. A public meeting for the final plan presentation for the plant is set for 6 p.m. Thursday at the Clark County Extension Office in the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Danville resident suggested during Monday’s City Commission meeting that officials create a citizens committee to oversee the remediation of the old Philips Lighting plant on Vaksdahl Avenue. Carl Beckman, who also has roots in Cincinnati,...
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