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The Winchester SunTwo popular Winchester attractions have been added to the Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism’s “There’s Only One Kentucky” list, a marketing campaign to draw tourists to the state. Ale-8-One and the Beer Cheese Festival are...
Tags: Travel, Tourism and Leisure
email@example.comJessamine County residents seeking employment opportunities now have more computer access, training and job workshops at the new Public Library Workforce Center (PLWC). The Jessamine County Public Library (JCPL) is one of 46 public libraries in the state...
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Gov. Steve Beshear announced $265,500 in funding for the Chrysalis House of Lexington, he forgot to mention one thing — it was the Jessamine County Fiscal Court that stepped up and made it happen. “It’s a good-will effort; that&...
email@example.comTwo Lincoln County magistrates say they would like to see Dexter Todd's wife appointed to serve in his place as magistrate until a special election can be held. Magistrate David Faulkner said Tuesday afternoon he and Magistrate Joe Stanley agree it would...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) has named Kentucky Rep. Robert Damron its “Legislator of the Year for 2012.” The award was presented to Damron, of Nicholasville, at LISA’s 18th Annual Spring Conference, held in...
email@example.comLIBERTY — Efforts to replace late Casey Circuit Judge James G. Weddle, who died two months ago, finally began to take shape Friday when Gov. Steve Beshear appointed four members to the judicial nominating committee that serves the 29th Judicial...
Tags: Elections, Crime, Law and Justice, Politics, Government, Judges
The Winchester SunLocal court officials are working to grasp what three furlough days would mean to their offices and the courts. Wednesday morning, Kentucky Supreme Court Chief Justice John Minton announced that judicial workers across the state will have unpaid furlough...
100 years ago — 1912 The express business at the Danville depot is the heaviest in years, and a force of men is necessary to transfer the shipments. Five hundred crates of vegetables shipped from the southern states were transferred yesterday...
(AP) - A trophy and bragging rights are on the line for Kansas and Kentucky's basketball programs in the Final Four. For the governors of the two states it's food. Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is wagering beef that the Jayhawks will earn their second...
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...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsAmong thousands of KU fans in New Orleans this month was Kansas Governor Sam Brownback and his guests. They flew to the NCAA Championship in the state-owned airplane. Joining the Governor was his wife, Kansas House Speaker Mike O'Neal, U.S....
firstname.lastname@example.orgLocal lawmakers will return to Frankfort next week to officially wrap up a regular session dominated by the budget and a redistricting effort that was shot down in court. The Kentucky House and Senate will put the finishing touches on what was mostly a...
Tags: Tom Buford, Elections, Health, Politics, Lonnie Napier
May 9, 2012 |Story| Winchester Sun
May 9, 2012 |Story| Jessamine Journal
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May 16, 2012 |Story| Interior Journal
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Apr 4, 2012 |Story| Jessamine Journal
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