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Transparency and openness might be the most overexploited and undervalued ideas in the political lexicon, championed when it suits the current agenda and avoided at all costs when it’s not deemed — by those in power — to be in the...
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email@example.comDanville City Commission unanimously voted Tuesday to approve a letter of welcome to Corning Inc., but only four out of five commissioners voted in favor of a resolution supporting the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership. No public...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville City Commission will hold a special meeting Tuesday to further discuss its working relationship with the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership. First-term Commissioner Paul Smiley spearheaded the idea to hold the special...
email@example.comRepresentatives of 25 community and joint city-county agencies on Thursday formally asked Danville City Commission for more than $650,000 in funding for the upcoming fiscal year. Four of the five city commissioners listened to nearly eight hours of...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgDuring a special Danville City Commission meeting Tuesday, verbal exchanges between local officials became so heated that a commissioner made multiple motions over a 45-minute period to adjourn the session. Mayor Bernie Hunstad once again voiced his...
email@example.comSTANFORD — A former Lincoln County Regional Jail inmate who was injured in a 2011 traffic incident has settled a lawsuit against county officials for more than $1 million. Ricky Keathly was a jail inmate when he was injured in the crash on Ky. 78...
Take the wheel with Stuart Powell, Boyle band and Hospice Stuart Powell and Ford Motor Company want to keep vital programs going in our communities — such as those with the Boyle County High School Band and Heritage Hospice. In back-to-back...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSTANFORD — Cutbacks at some of Stanford's largest employers could mean tens of thousands less in revenue for the city during the next fiscal year, Mayor Bill Miracle warned last week. "Don't you hold me to this exactly, but I think we could be...
The Winchester Board of Commissioners approved three ordinances during its regular meeting Tuesday night that alter the city’s regulation of fireworks, fire lanes and firearms. Commissioners approved second readings of the ordinances during the...
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SOMERSET — Eastern Kentucky PRIDE Inc. says it will reimburse Casey County and Liberty up to $3,950 for leading the local PRIDE Spring Cleanup Month in April. Casey County is eligible for $3,750, and $200 is available to Liberty. The funding...
The public deserves a more thorough explanation of my recent resignation from the Boyle County Industrial Foundation board of directors, which was covered in Friday's issue of The Advocate-Messenger. The BCIF board has a long history of achievement and...
email@example.comHeavy traffic can be a pain. With the hope of easing that pain and improving safety, local officials including Nicholasville Mayor Russ Meyer and Jessamine County Judge-executive Neal Cassity approached the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet in 2010 to ask...
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