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email@example.comDanville has received a clean financial audit for Fiscal Year 2011. The report by Ray, Foley, Hensley & Co. PLLC, which performed the city’s audit for the second year in a row, showed no significant findings or recommendations about the city’...
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I sympathize but do not agree with those who object to the bill now being processed in the state legislature to make pseudoephedrine (Sudafed) a prescription drug. I use pseudoephedrine fairly often, especially in the spring and fall when I usually...
Contributing writerEvery year since George Washington gave an address in 1790 in New York City (then the provisional capital of the U.S.), America’s presidents have given an annual message to Congress about the “State of the Union.” Since Woodrow Wilson,...
The Winchester SunPrescription drug abuse is the kind of problem that impacts everyone, not just people from certain walks of life, or people who live in certain areas. That means, Winchester Mayor Ed Burtner said, everyone needs to be involved in helping find a solution....
Clark County Judge-Executive Henry Branham and Winchester Mayor Ed Burtner hope to get 2012 off to a great start. Saturday, community members are invited to do their part by attending a special prayer service, focusing on government and civic...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile this year’s winter has lacked its snowy punch, local governments in Jessamine County have reaped the savings as road crews have had a quiet season. Thus far, this winter ranks as the 16th-mildest in the Lexington area since records started...
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Grant County will be giving a 75 percent property tax break to the “Ark Encounter” theme park, which will soon be built there. This is in addition to the approximately $47 million tax exemption granted by the state. While, as a Christian, I...
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Journal ColumnistGrant County will be giving a 75-percent property-tax break to the “Ark Encounter” theme park that will soon be built there. This is in addition to the approximately $47 million tax exemption granted by the state. While, as a Christian, I...
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The United States isn’t the only government that’s had its credit rating lowered. Two agencies also recently downgraded Kentucky’s bond rating. In reducing the commonwealth’s rating, Moody’s Investors Service pointed to...
While state and local leaders hail the importance of the ongoing $900 million expansion at the University of Kentucky’s Chandler Medical Center, a lower-key visit to the UK College of Dentistry last week should not go unnoticed. It promised the...
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Generations mark the passage of time by significant events. The oldest generation among us can recall Pearl Harbor or VJ-Day. Subsequent generations remember the assassinations of John and Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr., and younger baby-...
email@example.comThe wild and wacky antics of Random resident Babe Dean, and her friends and family, are the stuff and substance of “Hollerwood II,” written by local playwright Elizabeth Orndorff. In 2008 in “Hollerwood,” audiences were...
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