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A letter to the president: Clark County veterinarian offers animal solutions to major national security problemsDear President Obama, I have never held a governmental job nor have I held any public office of any kind. I have simply studied and worked my entire life to better the lives of animals. For 15 years I practiced in mixed animal practices, which...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe tradition of beginning Danville City Commission meetings with a prayer will continue, though Boyle County Fiscal Court decided last week to remove prayer from its meetings and instead have a “moment of silence.” The manner in which city...
Staff WritersIn looking back over the stories published by The Advocate-Messenger in 2012, it was apparent the year started out slowly in terms of big news. But the headlines got bigger as May rolled around and stayed that way throughout the rest of the year. As...
email@example.comGov. Steve Beshear was on hand Thursday to meet students enrolled in the Young Entrepreneurs Academy, sponsored locally by the Danville/Boyle County Chamber of Commerce. The local program was the first in the state, which prompted the press conference...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLIBERTY — Residents in the Dry Ridge Road area of Casey County now have a safe road to travel on Ky. 1649, a 1.8-mile portion of road near Liberty. During a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday at Central Kentucky Ag Expo Center in Liberty, Gov. Steve...
Tags: Executive Branch, Travel, Politics, Vernie McGaha, Steve Beshear
Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) - Past its own New Year's deadline, a weary Congress sent President Barack Obama legislation to avoid a national "fiscal cliff" of middle class tax increases and spending cuts late Tuesday night in the culmination of a struggle that...
The Kentucky General Assembly will begin the first part of the 2013 30-day session Jan. 8, and Sen. R.J. Palmer, D-28, said tax reform, the possible legalization of hemp and school safety could all be targeted by legislators. “I have discussed...
email@example.comOutgoing city commissioner Johnny Collier has had many irons in many fires over the last 43 years. “Since 1969, the year Doris and I got married, I had always been involved in civic clubs — Jaycees, chamber of commerce, Rotary Club, parks...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSince being recognized as a District of Distinction based on state assessment scores, the Boyle County school district has been ready to party. Thursday morning, students and staff did just that in a districtwide celebration held at Boyle County High...
email@example.comDanville is back in good standing with the Kentucky Heritage Council and will not lose its Certified Local Government status. However, Architectural Review Board members and city officials said during Wednesday’s ARB meeting that there is still...
Tags: Local Government, Fines, Politics, Public Officials, Punishment
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky lawmakers will have much to digest during the 2013 short session of the General Assembly, which will kick off Tuesday. The state’s pension fund and its $30 billion shortfall is at the top of the “to do” list, said state Sen....
email@example.comLANCASTER — A Lancaster police officer who was briefly suspended from his job has sued city officials for allegedly violating his civil rights. Shaun Seger filed a lawsuit Monday in Garrard Circuit Court. In the lawsuit, Seger names former...
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