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firstname.lastname@example.orgHealth insurance premiums paid by county employees will not increase as a result of the county switching to self-funded insurance after the Jessamine County Fiscal Court voted Friday to keep those payments the same. The vote came after Evelyn Smith, ...
email@example.comThe cost of health insurance for the city of Wilmore soon will increase, but actual renewal costs are not yet available, according to a presentation given to the Wilmore City Council on Monday. Pat Duncan with Kentucky League of Cities (KLC) Insurance...
firstname.lastname@example.orgPreliminary plans for a possible expansion to the Jessamine County Detention Center that could cost as much as $10 million were presented at a work session of the Jessamine County Fiscal Court last week. Architects in charge of the possible expansion...
email@example.comWhile many people are scurrying around to buy guns in fear they’ll be banned soon, officials around Boyle County say there isn’t any reason to be paranoid about guns right now, but rather focused on safety. Last week, police departments all...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky lawmakers will have much to digest during the 2013 short session of the General Assembly, which will kick off Tuesday. The state’s pension fund and its $30 billion shortfall is at the top of the “to do” list, said state Sen....
Reed right for Clark County Dear editor, At the outset, I need to confess my impartiality — I believe JoEllen Reed is as fine a public servant as I’ve ever known. With that said, I wholeheartedly endorse JoEllen Reed for state representative....
Beach a dedicated leader Dear editor, I am writing in support of Rick Beach’s candidacy for city commissioner. Rick has been very active in his role as Winchester commissioner. He has accomplished great things for the citizens of our community,...
Contributing WriterThis is the season political junkies live for. Presidential elections, with all of their twists and turns, polls and prognostications, are what partisans crave. The most recent debate between Gov. Romney and President Obama was — if little else...
Danville has been named one of the top places in the U.S. to retire. On Tuesday, CNN/Money released a list of the “25 Best Places to Retire” and Danville was among the cities named in the article. CNN compiled a list of cities and towns in...
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A study that assigned 26,000 uninsured to Medicaid shows average health care costs per person dropped yearly 50 percent. How? Uninsured went to emergency rooms for even “smaller” illnesses, but on Medicaid they each had a physician, reducing...
email@example.comLANCASTER — On Friday, Garrard Fiscal Court once again rejected a modest tax increase to help better fund the county’s health department. Marcia Hodge, director of the health department, pleaded with magistrates for the second time this...
Contributing Writer“Fairness” is a term getting thrown around during the current campaign season more than a football at a Cards vs. Cats game. President Obama has even made it the centerpiece of his re-election campaign, using rhetoric filled with talk of...
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