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email@example.comDanville's proposed 2012 budget makes it clear the city will have some extra costs related to the firing of the city manager and the hiring of a new one. How much will depend on who the city hires, how soon the move is made and the outcome of potential...
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In a decision that drew both groans and applause, Danville City Commission voted to hire longtime mayor John W.D. Bowling as interim city manager Thursday night. It was another 3-2 vote, with Mayor Bernie Hunstad and commissioners Gail Louis and Ryan...
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Reduce public employees’ pay To the Sun: Phil Moffett’s gubernatorial campaign manager, David Adams, was on TV a couple of days ago defending the taxpayers of Kentucky against some rallying public union supporters organized by out-of-...
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firstname.lastname@example.org“Pull!” Randy Ross yelled. With that, an orange clay target, commonly referred to as a “bird,” rocketed across the overcast sky at the Bluegrass Sportsmen’s League in Wilmore as Ross zeroed in before blasting it with his...
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email@example.comDanville's next budget meeting isn't until Thursday night, but much of the discussion at Monday's regular City Commission meeting touched on ways to find money in both this year’s and next year’s spending plans. The City Commission decided...
Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are trying to clear up some of the confusion surrounding a small stream which was found on the new high school property in Clark County, and a proposed impact fee. The stream was discovered on the south side...
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The Winchester SunTim Janes,an eighth-grade teacher at Calvary Christian School who has worked in politics and government, was hired Tuesday to serve as the new director of Winchester First. The position opened at the end of February when former director Lara...
Contributing columnistMy recent column on public sector unions caused something of a kerfuffle among my loyal critics. Appropriately, they note that comparing average compensation between groups does not establish impropriety; that is, differences between average male/female...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville is moving ahead with plans to build a new water plant and increase the city’s chances of getting grant money as soon as possible. City Engineer Earl Coffey laid out a request Monday for qualifications that will be advertised to find an...
Roger Wecktenwald, Director of Research & Planning for the Kentucky Association of Counties (KACO), told the Lincoln County Fiscal Court the key word in the document he planned to present to them at Tuesday’s meeting was the word “draft.&...
With its numbers of uniformed officers dwindling, the Danville Police Department and city staff are looking for ways to keep officers on the force and possibly entice qualified candidates from other agencies when openings do occur. The police department...
LEXINGTON — The dinner included chicken, steak and some killer mousse cake. Western Kentucky barbecue would have been more fitting. The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s annual opening-of-the legislature dinner, on the first Thursday in January,...
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