September 12, 2007
Dear Editor, Why should Steve Beshear be in favor of allowing Kentucky voters to decide whether to amend the state constitution to allow casinos, when the attorney general, Greg Stumbo, will not enforce the one man, one woman marriage amendment, voted on and passed by Kentucky voters? M. Wendell Anderson Danville
November 19, 2007
Dear Editor, When did Steve Beshear die? He told Channel 27's Bill Bryant that "they knew the man he was. " This leaves three possibilities - he died, he changed, or he's just grammatically incompetent. Looks like Kentucky is set to remain a national laughingstock. Robert Thompson, Sr. Liberty
August 26, 2011
Winchester Police Capt. Harvey Craycraft, left, presents an Occupant Protection Enforcement award issued by Gov. Steve Beshear to Officer Greg Vaught for his work during the Click-it-or-Ticket campaign last month. Vaught gave out the most citations locally during the state-wide seat-belt campaign.
December 16, 2008
Gov. Steve Beshear canceled his visit at 11 a.m. today at the Community Arts Center due to inclement weather. Margaret Fuqua with the state Transportation Cabinet said there are no immediate plans to reschedule; however, if a make-up event is planned, it likely will not be until after Christmas. The governor was expected to present $273,000 in transportation enhancement funds to the city of Danville for streetscape improvements.
March 12, 2008
Boyle County Judge-Executive Tony Wilder will hold a press conference today at 2 p.m. in the fiscal courtroom of the courthouse. Wilder would say only that the conference is regarding his future. Rumors have been swirling about the possibility that Wilder will be given a position in the administration of Gov. Steve Beshear.
October 21, 2011
Gov. Steve Beshear speaks with LeeAnn Shrout at a rally Thursday at Blackfish Golf and Hunt Club. The Clark County Democratic Woman's Club organized the rally as a fundraiser for the candidate. Members of the club's Executive Committee Paula Joslin, Karen Ward, and LaDonna Stamper met with first lady Jane Beshear. Rachel Parsonsfirstname.lastname@example.org
March 21, 2008
Dr. Don Hamner of Danville has been named one of Boyle County's two deputy coroners, Coroner Dr. James W. Ramey said. Hamner, a family practice physician who is a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, replaced Mike Wilder. Wilder resigned the post when he was selected by Gov. Steve Beshear to oversee the state medical examiner's office in Frankfort. The county's other deputy coroner is King Pruitt, a Danville funeral home director.
July 7, 2011
Gov. Steve Beshear will join the Winchester/Clark County Industrial Authority and city and county officials in celebrating the grand opening of Senko U.S.A. Inc. at a ceremony July 11. Senko, a cold storage/dry goods distribution center located in the Winchester/Clark County Industrial Park at 3600 Corporate Drive, will employ between 10-15 people.
June 5, 2007
Dear Editor, Let the voters of Kentucky decide if we want the casino issue or not. I'm tired of reading about how "Christian morals" play into the issue. I'm sure that many Christians go to the bingo halls and win money just like they go to the race tracks and bet on the horses. Please, enough of the hypocrisy. Steve Beshear has Kentucky's best interests in mind by bringing up the issue. It is a way to keep Kentucky money here, and it will raise much-needed revenue that can be spent for our state.
October 1, 2009
LANCASTER ? Gov. Steve Beshear has appointed Garrard County's Emergency Management Director Wendell Hatfield to the Kentucky Emergency Response Commission. The commission is a 25-person board created in 1988 to provide information to citizens about hazardous substances in their communities and meet the requirements of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Act. The commission is in charge of collecting certain hazardous material report forms and fees, and offers administrative support to the state's 118 local emergency planning committees.