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By TODD KLEFFMAN and tkleffman@amnews.com | November 16, 2012
BURGIN - The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has chosen its plan for a new span across Herrington Lake between Mercer and Garrard counties but won't unveil it until a public meeting next month. Natasha Lacy, spokeswoman for the cabinet, said in an email Thursday that the preferred choice between a brand new bridge across the lake or a refurbishing of the existing Kennedy Bridge on Ky. 152 near Camp Kennedy will be announced to the public at a Dec. 13 meeting to be held in the cafeteria of Burgin Elementary School.
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NEWS
November 6, 2005
Blue Grass Community Action Partnership was awarded recently with the Program of Distinction award by the Kentucky Weatherization Program in Lexington. The award is $22,500 which will be given to service providers to weatherize more houses. The weatherization program is a federally funded energy conservation program that provides energy conservation measures ranging from furnace repair to duct sealing and preventing air infiltration to adding attic insulation. Criteria for the awards were for agencies who have met or exceeded 95-100 percent of their completion goals for the year, must have been under state wide cost for the per home dollar average for the program year, and had a positive monitoring report from the state Cabinet for Health and Family Services.
NEWS
February 5, 2009
The Lincoln County Citizen Foster Care Review Board is seeking volunteers to make a difference in the lives of local foster children. Volunteers are needed to review cases of children placed in foster care because of abuse, dependency and neglect to ensure these children are placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible. Volunteers are not required to reside in the county where the board meets. The Kentucky General Assembly created the Citizen Foster Care Review Board, or CFCRB, in 1982 as a way to decrease the time children spend in foster care.
NEWS
June 5, 2009
The following civil cases were filed in Clark Circuit Court. - Citibank South Dakota NA vs. Faye Cottle, seeking $6,222.81 plus interest for debt. - Citibank South Dakota NA vs. Holly J. Lockhart, seeking $4,161.84 plus interest for debt. - Discover Bank vs. Shonna Ann Boyd, seeking $5,114.57 plus interest for debt. - Unifund CCR Partners vs. Kim F. Jernigan, seeking $4,846.70 plus interest for debt. - Humble Plumbing Co. vs. Rednour Properties LLC, seeking $5,272.
OPINION
September 9, 2008
Dear Editor, In response to the Lussier letter to the editor on Sept. 4, I would like to give my opinion. She said that the election is turning into a comedy of errors for the Republicans, yet there is a Democrat running for president that has no business running either. She said that McCain chose a woman with no experience. Does she know that Palin has run a state government and chose her own cabinet of officials to help her? The only cabinet that Obama knows about are the ones where the Fruit Loops and Frosted Flakes are kept.
NEWS
Mike Wynn | April 17, 2007
Democratic candidate for governor Steve Henry told a group of Clark County hunters Monday that if elected, his administration will maintain Kentucky's interest in the sport. The candidate, who is seeking nomination with running mate Renee True this May, spoke briefly during an annual cookout for the Association of Wild Turkey Hunters. The former lieutenant governor is vying in a crowded Democratic primary against six other candidates. Evoking memories of hunting quail and turkey with his grandfather, Henry said his administration would work to provide those opportunities to future generations.
OPINION
January 7, 2004
Give Ernie Fletcher credit for feeding the hungry. The state's big newspapers, which have never had a good thing to say about the state's new governor anyway, went into a feeding frenzy this week over the hiring of the governor's sister-in-law for an executive secretary position in the Environmental & Public Protection Cabinet. Yes, it was a tasty bit of news. State hiring freeze broken. A bit of nepotism in an administration that promised to "clean up the mess" in Frankfort.
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