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For Kentucky legislators, the gold rush isn’t an historical phenomenon of sunny California’s past. It’s happening here and now in the Bluegrass State. That’s largely because of House Bill 299, a little piece of legislation passed...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLANCASTER — Two Lancaster Republicans are battling for their party’s nomination in the May 22 primary, and the winner will face off against Democrat Bradley Bud Montgomery in November to determine who will become the next 36th District state...
email@example.comIf we look at humanity as a garden, abuse suffered by children is easy to spot. Some precious flowers whither on the vine, unable to grow in a toxic environment, while others are crushed under a savage boot heel or denied sunshine and sustenance. Not...
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.orgPayton faces Feb. 20 hearing on theft charges A preliminary hearing is set for Feb. 20 in the case of a former East Jessamine band director accused of selling school instruments for personal gain. Rex Payton, 40, is facing charges of theft by unlawful...
Tags: Interior Policy, Theft, Trials, Politics, Court Preliminary
Contributing columnistIt doesn’t take more than a cursory glance at Kentucky’s benefit policies for public workers to understand why 4,000 people apply for state jobs each month. After all, where else can you: - Get a guaranteed pension and a lifetime of health-...
Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the...
Guest ColumnistNelson Mandela, former president of South Africa said, "There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." On Feb. 16, the Kentucky House of Representatives’ Health and Welfare committee...
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available. Judge...
Tags: Prisons, Judges, Justice System, Farms, Crimes
Contributing WriterHubert Miracle of Stanford bears a scar on his left leg as a reminder of his World War II service. He suffers other, less visible scars on the inside, from things he saw while fighting on the beaches of Normandy and during days of bombings in Northern...
State SenatorAs most of you are aware, the 2012 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly began at noon, Jan. 3. Being an even numbered year, this is considered a long session because legislators will be developing the two-year budget for the state. Much has been made...
email@example.comThe number one priority in Danville’s 2012-’13 budget is to complete the financing and begin construction of the new water treatment plant, according to a draft budget presented at a special City Commission meeting Thursday. Interim City...
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