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Pivonka receives physician-assistant degree Christopher R. Pivonka of Nicholasville received his master of medical science degree in physician assistant studies at the inaugural-class graduation of the Lincoln Memorial University-DeBusk College of...
email@example.comJessamine County would shift west from its central-Kentucky Congressional district to a district that currently includes Bowling Green and Owensboro under a plan outlined by the speaker of Kentucky’s House of Representatives on Tuesday. The...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJessamine County will elect a state representative in 2012 under the same lines it has since 2002 after a Kentucky Supreme Court decision Friday affirmed a previous ruling that new districts were unconstitutional. Redistricting plans approved by the...
Tags: Stan Lee, Steve Beshear, Ben Chandler, Politics, Elections
Blue line stream story only raises more questions To the Sun: Ned Crankshaw’s letter to the editor concerning the extra $234,000 the school board has to pay brings up questions for which I’d like answers. One, did the Sun contact the Army...
The Winchester SunToday is Presidents Day, and being an American history enthusiast, I thought of the following presidential trivia questions. Let’s see how many you can get right. The answers are below. Questions: 1. Which president of the last 20 years is a...
The pace has picked up significantly as we worked through the second week of the 2011 session. Hot-topic legislation was discussed and passed through the House of Representatives; rallies advocating causes were held on the Capitol steps and in the...
State representativeLast week was the busiest week of the 2011 session, and many pieces of important legislation addressing education, Kentucky’s criminal justice system, and government passed out of the House of Representatives. Over the past decade, Kentucky’...
Tags: Justice System, FBI, Weather Reports, Crimes, Health
Nearly since the birth of Social Security and Medicare, these two successful programs have been under constant attack. I remember so clearly in 2005 fighting against President Bush’s plan to privatize Social Security and gamble seniors’...
Herald-Times, Bloomington, Ind.Disclosure last week that the U.S. Department of Justice secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press rocked the journalism community. Commandeering the work and personal phone records of individual...
WASHINGTON — During the 2010 campaign, Rep. Brad Sherman, a Democrat from Sherman Oaks, joked, "Every time I try to encourage the White House to do more to help us elect Democrats to the House of Representatives, I send them a picture of Darrell...
Tags: Arts and Culture, U.S. Senate, Tom Davis, Ethics, Politics
Oh, how much things have changed in just a few months. Last May, Republicans and Democrats couldn't agree on any aspect of immigration reform. But on Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed a far-reaching immigration bill, clearing the way for a...
Tallahassee Bureau ChiefTALLAHASSEE --Gov. Rick Scott took a knife to lawmakers' $74 billion-plus budget this week, blocking some $368 million in hometown projects. But the collective response from legislative leadership was a yawn. “While many will disagree with...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Don Gaetz, Rick Scott, Politics, Executive Branch
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