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... it into law, veto it or let it become law without his signature. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Bob Damron , D-Nicholasville, would strengthen a persons ability to ignore state regulations or laws that contradict his or her "sincerely held" ... Comment?
... man and charged him with stealing $274,000 in checks donated to the Democratic Governors Association. The Nicholasville Police Department nabbed Michael Parker, an employee at a check-processing company in Lexington that processed the DGA's campaign ... Comment?
... them," Riggs said in a news release. The suits stem from a 2012 law, spearheaded by state Rep. Bob Damron, D-Nicholasville, to beef up Kentucky rules regarding city, county or merged government regulation of firearms. The new law applied the old law ... Comment?
... voted to confirm the appointment of Insurance Commissioner Sharon Clark. Republican Sen. Tom Buford of Nicholasville, sponsor of the legislation that would allow Florida-based Medi-Share to resume operation in Kentucky, said the back-to-back votes ... Comment?
The Nicholasville Police Department is investigating a Lexington man it says stole more than $250,000 in campaign contributions checks intended for the Democratic Governors Association . Comment?
... 5-1 to have county attorney Brian Goettl prepare the proposed ordinance, which would have mirrored the city of Nicholasville's, and bring it back to the next meeting. When Goettl presented the prepared ordinance Tuesday, a couple court members said ... Comment?
... County last month. Investigators later found out Pitman sold several pieces of jewelry to pawn shops in Nicholasville, Lexington, Richmond, Berea, and London. We're told he also sold electronics and guns to other people, some of whom, have now also ... 3 comments
The Kentucky Pro Football Hall of Fame board has asked the city of Nicholasville to commit to $200,000 over the next five years for the first phase of the project's completion. Comment?
Patricia Stella moved to Nicholasville about five years ago. Since that time, she has been active with Edgewood Baptist Church with various outreach ministries. 2 comments
... Senate where it is likely to win final passage in the legislative session's closing days. Rep. Bob Damron, D-Nicholasville, is the chief sponsor of the measure that would allow people to defy laws and regulations that "substantially burden" their ... Comment?
... their religious beliefs is heading to a committee in the state senate today. Sponsored by Rep. Bob Damron (D-Nicholasville), H.B. 279 already passed the Kentucky House. If it becomes law, it would have a profound effect on the rights of LGBT ... Comment?
... the Democratic-controlled House passed the bill 85 to 7. It was sponsored by Bob Damron, a Democrat from Nicholasville. The bill would require that Kentucky demonstrate both a compelling need to infringe upon religious freedom, and that in doing so, ... Comment?
Three Nicholasville residents were sentenced to a total of 21 years in federal prison for their involvement in a multistate pill-mill-pipeline case, according to a news release from the Nicholasville Police Department. Comment?
After a two year long investigation by the DEA and Nicholasville Police, three people are behind bars on federal drug charges. 4 comments
A Nicholasville man was arrested after he left a child alone in a car, then drove away drunk, Danville police say. Comment?
... Tuesday, according to a news release from Jessamine County Coroner Michael Hughes. The train, traveling toward Nicholasville from Lexington, had just come through the crossing at Baker Lane when Carter was seen on the tracks. The train could not ... Comment?
... stop on a 1992 Jeep Cherokee in Kroger's parking lot when they made contact with driver Keith Stansell, 28, of Nicholasville. Stansell was charged with driving under the influence and arrested. Officers then located a 2-year-old girl inside the ... Comment?
... campaign to raise $30,000 for a wheelchair van has a few "dine to donate" fundraising events scheduled in Nicholasville, as well as a silent auction. Dine to Donate: Sonny's BBQ, 5-8 p.m. March 19; Zaxby's, 5-8 p.m., April 8; CiCi's Pizza, 5-8 p.m., ... Comment?
Jessamine County Coroner Michael Hughes has identified the man as 55-year-old Charles Everett Carter, who lived in Lexington. Hughes tells us the man was standing on the tracks just south of Baker Lane in Nicholasville, just before midnight, when he was struck by the train. Comment?
... 279 passed the Democrat-controlled House, 82-7, with 11 members not voting on the bill. Rep. Bob Damron, D-Nicholasville, the sponsor of HB 279, said the measure would further clarify religious freedoms in state law. Thirteen other states have ... Comment?