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FRANKFORT — The Kentucky General Assembly continues to work through the process of hearing testimony and considering 319 pieces of legislation that have been filed in the House of Representatives and 119 filed in the Senate. Despite some bruised...
Tags: Politics, Crime, Law and Justice, Health, Judges, Justice System
State RepresentativeFRANKFORT — We gathered in Frankfort for the beginning of the 60-day session of the General Assembly, and we have much work to do. The week started with the swearing in of our newest member, Rep. Regina Bunch of Williamsburg. Rep. Bunch won a...
email@example.comA Nicholasville man has filed as a candidate for the Kentucky House of Representatives in the 45th District — a seat that only included parts of Fayette County until earlier this month. Republican David Thornton of 128 Sagart Lane registered as a...
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State representativeThe state House of Representatives voted last week to extend by one week this year’s campaign-filing deadline for Kentucky’s six congressional seats as work continued to resolve a House-Senate impasse on a plan to redraw those electoral...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — After 28 years in the state legislature, Rep. Lonnie Napier, R-Lancaster, is stepping down at the end of his current term. Napier, a senior member of the Kentucky House who serves on several powerful committees including...
email@example.comLocal elected officials are sounding mostly positive about redrawn State House boundaries approved last week that will bring Lincoln and Garrard counties together in the same district. House Bill 1 places Lincoln and Garrard in District 36, currently...
State RepresentataiveThis is a 60-day legislative session, and our main purpose is to pass a state budget before a new two-year budget cycle begins in July. Over the past three years, Kentucky has relied upon more than $3 billion of federal stimulus money to get us through...
In 2004, U.S. Army sniper Sgt. Brian Kremer got a confirmed kill in Iraq at 2,300 meters using a Barrett .50 caliber rifle. While shooting like Kremer’s is the result of extensive training and innate ability, a lot of credit can go to the weapon...
Journal ColumnistEggnog, trees lit with blinking lights, carols by the fireside — all these Christmas traditions will soon unfold with the accompanying festivities. I’m already planning my trip to Wilmore’s Old-Fashioned Christmas, and I’m hoping...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKlingshirn completes pre-deployment training Marine Corps James M. Klingshirn, son of Shelia R. Klingshirn of Wilmore and James H. Klingshirn of Orlando, Fla., and fellow Marines assigned to Headquarters and Service Battalion, 4th Marine Logistics,...
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State RepresentativeThe first bill to pass both chambers this session was sent to the governor’s desk last week after it passed the House unanimously. Senate Bill 43 would provide diplomas instead of certificates of completion to students with disabilities who finish a...
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