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A loaded issue: Jessamine County school-board member wants to give schools option of letting employees carry email@example.comMonths of nationwide debate about guns in schools came home to Jessamine County earlier this month when a school-board member said she wanted to explore the possibility of letting employees bring guns to school. Vice chairperson Amy Day was cited as...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFRANKFORT - Counties could abolish their constable offices under a bill that cleared a House panel on Tuesday. The proposal, which state lawmakers have been trying to pass in various forms for years, was approved by the House Committee on Elections,...
FRANKFORT (AP) — Counties could abolish their constable offices under a bill that cleared a House panel on Tuesday. The proposal, which state lawmakers have been trying to pass in various forms for years, was approved by the House Committee on...
You know it wouldn’t be Halloween at the Gilliam house if the gorilla suit did not make an appearance. For three years, that suit has been the highlight of Brandon’s year. Sure, 2012 was a good year — we were engaged, married and bought...
Tags: Halloween, Government, Holidays, Politics
Contributing WriterHalloween is only a little more than a week away. If you haven’t decorated yet, it is crunch time. I’m often a last-minute Halloween decorator because it seems like Halloween always “sneaks up” on me, so to speak. But I don’...
The Winchester SunAn estimated 2,000 trick-or-treaters will receive candy from at least 30 different downtown vendors at the annual Halloween Main-ia, Winchester First Director Tim Janes said. The annual event is a Halloween tradition in Winchester. Main Street is...
email@example.comLANCASTER — Cell phones are becoming too costly for some solid waste employees in Garrard County, in part because they are using personal phones for work, said Chris Thomason, solid waste coordinator for Garrard and Lincoln counties. Thomason...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe cities of Nicholasville and Wilmore have set their 2012 trick-or-treat times. Trick-or-treaters can do so in Nicholasville and Wilmore from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31.
Tags: Government, Politics
email@example.comHUSTONVILLE — City council members unanimously passed three ordinances Tuesday night aimed at curtailing certain behaviors in city limits. Ordinances 54, 55 and 56 concern jaywalking, parking time-limits and face-shielding, respectively. Ordinance...
firstname.lastname@example.orgHARRODSBURG — Mercer County Sheriff Ernie Kelty hopes to renew interest in the community’s neighborhood watch program by offering complimentary seminars throughout the area in August. While Kelty does not want any citizen to try to take the...
email@example.comHARRODSBURG — A retired Mercer County hospital administrator, the sheriff’s department, and Mercer Central Fire Station joined forces Tuesday to share emergency preparedness information and the potential benefits of neighborhood watch programs...
Tags: Government, FBI, Crime, Law and Justice, McAfee, Inc., Politics
The Winchester SunUnless conditions change and there is significant rainfall by Friday, this year’s Fourth of July celebrations will go on without fireworks. Following a meeting of the Clark County Fiscal Court Wednesday, Judge-Executive Henry Branham said he is...
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