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We chastised the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership in these pages recently, so we are compelled to also give credit where it is due. The EDP board of directors should be applauded for agreeing last week to abide by the spirit of the...
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,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgCongressman Brett Guthrie met with about two dozen Boyle County residents during a community forum Tuesday at Danville city hall. Guthrie represents Boyle, Mercer, Garrard and Jessamine counties in the U.S. House of Representatives. The communities...
email@example.comLANCASTER — A Lancaster police officer who was briefly suspended from his job has sued city officials for allegedly violating his civil rights. Shaun Seger filed a lawsuit Monday in Garrard Circuit Court. In the lawsuit, Seger names former...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgOutgoing city commissioner Johnny Collier has had many irons in many fires over the last 43 years. “Since 1969, the year Doris and I got married, I had always been involved in civic clubs — Jaycees, chamber of commerce, Rotary Club, parks...
email@example.comCRAB ORCHARD — The volunteer fire department in Crab Orchard will be getting a couple upgrades thanks to approximately $9,200 in spending approved by the city commission. Mayor Billy Shelton said city commissioners approved the purchase of seven...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHUSTONVILLE — A little less than nine months after a portion of the Hustonville Haunted House collapsed onto the street below, the majority of the building came crumbling down in the middle of a heavy stretch of rain Sunday night. "Mother nature...
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email@example.comThe tradition of beginning Danville City Commission meetings with a prayer will continue, though Boyle County Fiscal Court decided last week to remove prayer from its meetings and instead have a “moment of silence.” The manner in which city...
Staff WritersIn looking back over the stories published by The Advocate-Messenger in 2012, it was apparent the year started out slowly in terms of big news. But the headlines got bigger as May rolled around and stayed that way throughout the rest of the year. As...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgDanville is back in good standing with the Kentucky Heritage Council and will not lose its Certified Local Government status. However, Architectural Review Board members and city officials said during Wednesday’s ARB meeting that there is still...
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It's not often we can applaud an elected official for his devotion to transparency and openness, so we jump at any chance to do so. Today we applaud Boyle County Judge-Executive Harold McKinney. McKinney walked away from a meeting of the Economic...
email@example.comDanville City Commission unanimously voted Monday to accept changes to the city’s historic preservation ordinance as proposed by the state and recently accepted by the city’s Architectural Review Board. Danville has about six months to get...
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