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Guest ColumnistI moved to Kentucky in 2008 when the economy crashed. Our family decided it was time for us to agree to, and live by, a budget in order to avoid our own fiscal cliff. My husband recommended each of us put our receipts in a jar. At the end of the month,...
The defining characteristic of Dorsey Curtis’ 88 years was his love for the people of Clark County. Daughter Vicki Hogan said he was committed to improving his home county, and doing whatever he could for his fellow citizens. “He lived for...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLike most ceremonies honoring those who have passed while in the course of service to the community or the country, Thursday night’s event at Edgewood Baptist Church was not immune to tears of reflection. Periodically, Doug Day puts together events...
Tags: Police Arrests, Shootings, Government, Heart Attack, Edgewood
Across the U.S., states have frozen pay, reduced benefits and privatized jobs to take money and benefits away from state employees. But are we really overspending on state employees? The Economic Policy Institute concluded that considering education,...
email@example.comOne of the state’s largest health insurers has told customers it will no longer pay for health care at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center beginning next month, pending negotiations that now stand at an impasse. Humana started sending out...
For Kentucky legislators, the gold rush isn’t an historical phenomenon of sunny California’s past. It’s happening here and now in the Bluegrass State. That’s largely because of House Bill 299, a little piece of legislation passed...
Tags: Dan Seum, Government, Interior Policy, Elections, Politics
firstname.lastname@example.orgDealing with minor traffic offenses will not longer be major hassle since the county has struck an agreement with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Division of Drivers License. The Jessamine County Fiscal Court signed an agreement with the state...
December often brings predictions of snow and ice, and emergency management officials want people to be prepared for the worst winter weather emergencies. “Snow and driving doesn’t mix in Kentucky. People here do not know how to drive (in...
An organization that represents 18 cable companies in Kentucky has been given permission to intervene as a defendant in a lawsuit over the telecom tax. The goal of the Multichannel Video Programming and Communications Services Tax was to create a more...
Can’t count on revenue Our city will be losing revenue next year from employees of LifePoint and the new George Rogers Clark High School as the hospital and school open in new locations in the unincorporated part of the county. Federal and state...
Tags: Government, Social Issues, Finance, Employment, Health
The Winchester SunEast Kentucky Power Cooperative will save approximately $5 million per year after renegotiating the terms of a three-year $450 million credit facility, according to a statement released by the company. The cooperative closed on the credit facility in 2010...
Speakers First Missionary Baptist Church, Stanford — 7 p.m. Sept. 16, the guest speaker will be Pastor Barry Bowman of Lancaster. The church is on Martin Luther King Street. Food Bethel AME¿Church, Boneyville — 11 a.m. Saturday, the...
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