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WMU Commission meets Thursday The Winchester Municipal Utilities Commission will meet 6 p.m. today at the WMU office, 150 N. Main St. The commission will hear a presentation from a representative of Bluegrass Regional Recycling Corporation and consider...
Tags: Politics, Wines, Republican Party
The Winchester SunBob Mayfield, the Clark County Republican party chairman and a state GOP executive committee member, had some strong words about the state’s newly-created legislative districts: “It’s a good practice gone bad.” “Everyone...
Tags: Politics, Justice System, Elections, Trials, Primaries
Associated PressFRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Despite a string of passionate appeals, the Democratic majority in the Kentucky House refused Thursday to change a proposed legislative redistricting plan that hits GOP lawmakers especially hard. The House voted 63-34, largely along...
One can be excused wondering if the national Republican Party is deliberately attempting to commit political seppuku by fielding the slate of potential presidential candidates currently making the rounds prior to the (ridiculously) early primary...
Tags: Healthcare Laws, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, Politics, Elections
By Michael Broihier Monday evening, the Lincoln County Republicans elected a new slate of county officers and chose Stanford resident and long-time party activist CandIce Franklin as the county chairwoman. Franklin, replaces Crab Orchard’s Jerry...
The Winchester SunAs the Kentucky Democratic Party and the Republican Party of Kentucky reorganize themselves in preparation for the national party conventions, the local parties will reorganize themselves in the coming weeks, starting at the precinct level. Clark...
If Frank Durham (letters Feb. 19) will check all of the wars and military actions of the 20th Century — World War I, World War II, Korea, Cuba (Bay of Pigs), Vietnam, Grenada, Iraq and Kosova — I believe he will find a Democrat in the White...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWilmore and the western part of Kentucky got new representation in Congress last week after redistricting split the county into two U.S. House districts. Gov. Steve Beshear signed House Bill 302 into law Friday, the same day both chambers of the Kentucky...
Guest columnistThe right to vote. It is fundamental to us as Americans and as Kentuckians. Most often, we exercise it by electing our representatives, who then pass laws that govern our commonwealth and our country. Sometimes, though, an issue demands that the voters...
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...
Tags: Stan Lee, Politics, Elections, Primaries, Ben Chandler
firstname.lastname@example.orgJessamine County could have split representation in the Kentucky House of Representatives as soon as the end of the week, with historically conservative Wilmore joining a Lexington district currently represented by a Republican. The county, which is...
Tags: Stan Lee, U.S. Senate, Politics, Elections, 2010 Census
email@example.comUnder the state Senate’s plan regarding congressional redistricting, Jessamine County will remain in its current district, Sen. Tom Buford said. “Damon Thayer (Republican senator from Georgetown) and I are producing the 6th District...
Tags: U.S. Senate, Politics, Elections, Brett Guthrie, Ben Chandler
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