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State RepresentativeThe House and Senate gave final passage late last Friday night to a $19.2 billion state budget agreement that will reduce spending by more than $300 million the next two years while holding down new bonded debt, preserving funding for critical areas...
Isn’t Kentucky privileged? We have, working for us in Frankfort, some of the most dedicated elected officials one could find. At least they’re dedicated to University of Kentucky basketball. Senate President David Williams took a day off...
Tags: Steve Beshear, Libertarian Party, Boxing, Politics, Government
Guest columnistContrary to culture-war mythology, God is alive and well in many, if not most, public schools. Visit almost any school in America and you’ll find students sharing their faith, reading their scriptures, saying grace before lunch and, in high...
April 11, 1987 The music ranges from bluegrass to rock during the annual Winchester Lions Club Show tonight at Conkwright Junior High School. Members of Homer Ledford and the Cabin Creek Band Damon Crawford, L.C. Johnson, Rollie Carpenter, Freddie and...
Tags: Entertainment, Politics, Government, Bluegrass (genre), Music
firstname.lastname@example.orgLIBERTY — It wasn’t long after the billboard went up along U.S. 127 advertising Bluegrass Shavings’ premium bedding that a fire destroyed the company’s facility in Liberty in October 2010. Gov. Steve Beshear likely rode by that...
email@example.comLegislators on both sides of the aisle have stated that GOP Senate Majority Leader David Williams’ blockade of two bills in the general assembly last Thursday, which forced the governor to call a special session this week, is nothing more than a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter a grinding regular session characterized by bickering over redrawn legislative districts, a power struggle between the governor and the Senate president has the General Assembly back in Frankfort for a costly special session. “What we have is...
Crab Orchard kindergarten registration starts Monday CRAB ORCHARD — Crab Orchard Elementary School will have kindergarten registration from Monday through May 4. Stop by the school to pick up the packet of information about enrolling a child...
By Michael BroihierCiting the recall of legislators for a special session to pass critical infrastructure bills, Gov. Steve Beshear sent his regrets that he could not attend a midday check presentation ceremony at Lincoln Manufacturing in Stanford, but...
In the middle of April, the Kentucky legislative session came to a close. Immediately — immediately — afterward, Gov. Steve Beshear called for a special session to address at least two very important issues that were not addressed during...
Tags: Steve Beshear, Voting, Politics, Government, Elections
email@example.comBrookside to host Governor’s Cup competition Brookside Elementary School in Nicholasville is hosting the 78th District Governor’s Cup competition Saturday, Feb. 25. Participating schools are Brookside, Warner Elementary and Nicholasville...
100 years ago — 1912 Mr. Barney Meaux, a well-known colored citizen in Danville, died of old age at his home this week. During his early life, he was the wealthiest colored man in Boyle County. He owned a bluegrass farm worth $25,000. Members...
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