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Contributing WriterIn 1944 a soft tap is heard on the farmhouse door in occupied France. Cautiously, the door is cracked open and there, leaning on the door frame is a dirty and disheveled airman who pleads with his eyes for admittance. Ah, did someone see him come to the...
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FRANKFORT (AP) — The Executive Branch Ethics Commission has handed down public reprimands and fines to three former employees in the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. The panel took the action Monday against Bruce Harper of Harrodsburg, Chris...
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Contributing ColumnistIn 1796, after heroic military service and two presidential terms, George Washington announced his retirement from public service. His farewell address may be the most underappreciated document in America’s political canon. Washington did not...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA measure intended to provide greater oversight of the state’s special taxing districts passed both houses of the general assembly Tuesday without opposition. The bill, House Bill 1, was the result of a compromise between the House and the...
email@example.comJUNCTION CITY — Junction City officials will ask the state Attorney General’s Office for an opinion on whether council member Dewayne Taylor is potentially violating an incompatible offices statute. Incompatible offices are those where a...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgLEXINGTON - The only way the Cinderella week for Dominique Hawkins could have been any better would have been if he had hit the shot to win the state championship. Instead, Madison Central teammate Ken-Jah Bosley’s 3-pointer with 2.2 seconds left...
email@example.comLANCASTER — Two players who have had a huge impact on the Garrard County football program — Billy Abney and Garrett Caudill — both made their college choices Thursday. Abney signed with Pikeville University and Caudill with Union...
Tags: Football, Values, Students, Religion and Belief, Sports
Elected county commissioners and magistrates could veto increases in taxes and fees imposed by local taxing districts under changes that the state Senate made Wednesday to a House bill. The House bill is intended to increase oversight of the more than...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgAsk your typical blue-collar Kentucky basketball fan where the pinnacle of college basketball is located and more often than not, their finger will point you north along Lexington Road, toward Rupp Arena in Lexington. A few local alumni have even...
email@example.comLEXINGTON — He was the home-state star out of Little Rock, Ark., that many Arkansas basketball fans — and probably coach Mike Anderson — envisioned would be playing for the Razorbacks. Instead, Archie Goodwin opted to follow his dream...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe question over whether the city of Wilmore should take over the public cemetery operated by the C.E. Crouse family for more than 50 years is still unresolved. During a special-called workshop Monday night, council members bantered back and forth on...
By the time you read this, House Bill 310 may already be law in Kentucky. The bill, which is being opposed by a consortium of supermarkets including Kroger and Meijer, is labeled "an ACT relating to underage access to alcoholic beverages." It is no...
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