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email@example.comFRANKFORT — Some local lawmakers are relieved that a proposal to draw new boundary lines around House districts was among a litany of high-profile bills that didn’t survive the legislative session that ended Tuesday night, but legislators warn...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFRANKFORT — The Democrat-led House of Representatives passed a redistricting bill Wednesday in a move that some local legislators believe is politically motivated. Under the redistricting, the areas represented by state Rep. Jonathan Shell, R-...
Associated PressFRANKFORT — Democratic leaders in the House are pushing a legislative redistricting plan that could strengthen their majority by forcing 11 Republicans to run against each other next year. The House State Government Committee on Tuesday approved...
Lives of little ones are precious Pray for the little ones so brutally slaughtered. Imagine being so young, in a place where you feel secure, are provided for, and have no worries. Suddenly, with no warning and no way to prepare, your life is ended among...
Let vets protect schools To the editor, I grew up in Winchester, and we never had a school shooting. I sent an email to our president and our senators, on a way to deal with this problem, the NRA wants to put police officers at every school. I sent...
Should Nicholasville switch from a commission form of government to a mayor-council-ward form of government? Our answer is ‘No.’ In looking at the arguments presented, this newspaper has to say that the reasons the Nicholasville Council...
Scholarships A Mercer County High School graduate has earned a scholarship from the Kentucky Cattlemen’s Association. This year’s recipients received their award during the commodity breakfast at the Kentucky State Fair. Each received a $1,...
The Winchester SunThe local AARP chapter is participating in a national campaign to give seniors a say in the future of Medicare and Social Security, and to take their say to Washington lawmakers. “You’ve Earned a Say” aims to take the debate about...
email@example.comAt a school-board hearing to set the tax rate in August, Donna Fizer of Nicholasville held up a newspaper article about nearly 21 percent of Jessamine County children living in poverty in 2009, imploring the body not to raise the tax. Fizer will have...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was a year of drawn-out stories in Jessamine County. Nicholasville residents and downtown business owners endured a long year of Main Street renovation; the state’s highest court considered a case of firefighter overtime pay; and the nation&...
email@example.comMore than one in five children in Jessamine County lived in poverty in 2009, according to a report released last week. The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s 2011 KIDS COUNT Data Book was released last Wednesday, Aug. 17, and included child-poverty...
Contributing ColumnistThis is a story of timing and what could have or might have happened. We all have them and this is one of mine. For starters, my marriage is solid. But without the marvel of the DVR — who knows? Now, I’m sure my wife will have a different...
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