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email@example.comFRANKFORT — In as little as two weeks, the state fire marshal’s office could decide the fate of the Hustonville Haunted House. Building owner Paul Gray and his attorney Daniel Elliott, of Danville, Hustonville Mayor Marc Spivey, Fire Chief...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThursday's vice-presidential debate will bring home the race for the White House in a way area candidates for local and state office rarely have to contend with, or capitalize on, depending on how you look at it, during the stretch run of a general...
email@example.comA Danville resident suggested during Monday’s City Commission meeting that officials create a citizens committee to oversee the remediation of the old Philips Lighting plant on Vaksdahl Avenue. Carl Beckman, who also has roots in Cincinnati,...
Although I am not a Danville resident, I am pleased to endorse Paul Smiley for city commissioner. I do have a vested interest in Danville. From early childhood, Danville has been the center of our economic and social life. We shop there, dine there,...
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Benjamin Franklin once said he’d rather gain wisdom from a farmer plowing behind a mule than any scholar of his time. Oh, that more elected officials could comprehend such truths. Our 1820s home has shown signs of the summer drought: an old well...
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The Winchester SunThe lineup for the 2012 candidates forum is set. Nearly all of the candidates running for elected office on the Nov. 6 ballot have reserved a spot at the forum, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Oct. 25 at the Clark County Cooperative Extension Office....
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe deconstruction of Gillispie Street last week in Wilmore marks the beginning of the pedestrian mall’s construction. Located between North Lexington Avenue and North Walnut Street, Gillispie Street has been officially closed to motor traffic,...
email@example.comCRAB ORCHARD — City commissioners in Crab Orchard are considering possible legislation concerning pitbull-type dogs within city limits after receiving many complaints and one report of a dog biting a girl in the face. Mayor Billy Shelton said there...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was a difficult project that took its toll on the community and the businesses of downtown Nicholasville. But on Tuesday, the ribbon-cutting marking the completion of the city’s streetscape project was celebrated by those who had persevered over...
Tags: Tom Buford, Russ Meyer, Politics, Judges, Government
The Winchester SunBrandstetter Carroll, Inc. and Palmer Engineering revealed the plans for the Clark County Emergency Operations Center in a public meeting at the Clark County Courthouse Tuesday night. The Federal Emergency Management Agency is providing a $3 million...
email@example.comSome city officials say they want to see more work done before signing off on a key piece of the Danville-Boyle County Planning and Zoning Commission's five-year comprehensive plan. Danville City Commission voted 3-2 last week against approval of P&Z&...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen the city of Danville purchased the warehouse on Third Street at auction on Aug. 10, it outbid an industrial client from Tennessee that had hoped to expand its operations as a recycling contractor for R.R. Donnelly. Jody Lassiter, president and CEO...
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