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email@example.comTwo Lincoln County magistrates say they would like to see Dexter Todd's wife appointed to serve in his place as magistrate until a special election can be held. Magistrate David Faulkner said Tuesday afternoon he and Magistrate Joe Stanley agree it would...
100 years ago — 1912 The express business at the Danville depot is the heaviest in years, and a force of men is necessary to transfer the shipments. Five hundred crates of vegetables shipped from the southern states were transferred yesterday...
State RepresentativeThe House and Senate gave final passage late last Friday night to a $19.2 billion state budget agreement that will reduce spending by more than $300 million the next two years while holding down new bonded debt, preserving funding for critical areas...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLocal lawmakers will return to Frankfort next week to officially wrap up a regular session dominated by the budget and a redistricting effort that was shot down in court. The Kentucky House and Senate will put the finishing touches on what was mostly a...
Tags: Tom Buford, Elections, Politics, Lonnie Napier, Health
Isn’t Kentucky privileged? We have, working for us in Frankfort, some of the most dedicated elected officials one could find. At least they’re dedicated to University of Kentucky basketball. Senate President David Williams took a day off...
email@example.comThe newly drawn U.S. congressional-district lines have forced a change that will affect more than 20,000 voters in the upcoming primary and general elections, Jessamine County Clerk Eva McDaniel said. “Our county now has two congressional...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgLIBERTY — It wasn’t long after the billboard went up along U.S. 127 advertising Bluegrass Shavings’ premium bedding that a fire destroyed the company’s facility in Liberty in October 2010. Gov. Steve Beshear likely rode by that...
email@example.comLegislators on both sides of the aisle have stated that GOP Senate Majority Leader David Williams’ blockade of two bills in the general assembly last Thursday, which forced the governor to call a special session this week, is nothing more than a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAfter a grinding regular session characterized by bickering over redrawn legislative districts, a power struggle between the governor and the Senate president has the General Assembly back in Frankfort for a costly special session. “What we have is...
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email@example.comThe longtime head of the Danville-Boyle County Airport Board is uncertain if increased state assistance to help meet federal grant requirements will impact the local facility but says it may help a project that has been stalled. For several years, the...
By Michael BroihierCiting the recall of legislators for a special session to pass critical infrastructure bills, Gov. Steve Beshear sent his regrets that he could not attend a midday check presentation ceremony at Lincoln Manufacturing in Stanford, but...
In the middle of April, the Kentucky legislative session came to a close. Immediately — immediately — afterward, Gov. Steve Beshear called for a special session to address at least two very important issues that were not addressed during...
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