Yeah, supposedly it's an issue with the host company server.
I say BS to that - it's been down since Thursday.
Probably financial dispute.
Did you read the clue that was posted where the Gazette's website used to be?
"Something's not quite right here!"
Sorta' tells the whole story, in and of itself.
Did you read the "Lisa Tolliver" thread? Did you read the "Mark Hicks" thread? Like The Gazette, they were the two other prominent local names in the news media biz...with threads of interest, suddenly popping up.
The thing they're all known to have had in common?
They were all named as persons, somehow involved, in a political censorship "sting" operation that this election officer successfully pulled off.
Jimmy was named as...someone...involved in a "Corn-Brained Cornbread Kain'tuckee Conspiracy to Censor the Hail Out of a Sworn State Election Officer".
It's all written up and attached to an Election Officer's Sheriff's Report that has been submitted...by Law...to the State of Kentucky...on this past election's night.
Embarrassingly, Official acknowledgement, and disclosure, by the State, is about to be formally known.
Since that report began its way thru the government pipeline...
Mark Hicks has been 'let go'...with speculation being that he was acting as a news leak...possibly in an attempt to break a State-wide News Media Blackout, on the story of a censored Election Officer.
Lisa Tolliver, somehow got a job with the State's notoriously corrupt Transportation Cabinet...conveniently getting her out of town.
You say 'The Gazette' has gone offline...maybe Jimmy fo' got to pay the bill.
Give you an even money bet that Jamie Sizemore, The Publisher of The Kentucky Standard and President of The Kentucky Press Association is...outta' town on an extended vacation!
...and, even if she's not. She ain't talkin'! Maybe you should just ask Senator Jimmy Higdon.
He knows. He knows! But he ain't talkin' neither!
'The Corn-Brained Cornbread Kain'tuckee Conspiracy'.
Read The Book. See The Movie.