Kentucky Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. And now for something completely different from the McConnell campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Washington Examiner

    ... a thing of legend. But his campaign on Monday did something a little different: It released an ad that paints the Kentucky senator in a sympathetic light, giving voters in the Bluegrass State an intimate look at his "softer" side. The TV spot ...

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  2. Jail Logs: Sept. 26-29Read the original story

    Monday | The Kentucky Standard

    ... law. The bookings state the persons arrested and the charges against them. This information is public record. The Kentucky Standard believes the public has a right to know who has been arrested by local officials and lodged in the Nelson County ...

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  3. More Read the original story

    Monday | WAFF-TV Huntsville

    The Vermont Department of Corrections is searching for a contractor to house about 500 inmates who are now serving their sentences in Kentucky and Arizona. For almost two -decades the department has sent hundreds of inmates to prisons and jails in other states because there aren't enough prison beds in the state.

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  4. Ad Highlights Mitch McConnell's Role in Resolving CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Roll Call

    McConnell's new ad highlights his role in resolving a parent child abduction. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's campaign is highlighting his efforts to resolve an overseas parental child abduction case, with the child's mother sharing with Kentucky voters the story she previously told at a Senate hearing.

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  5. Grimes' ad a smokescreen for gun stanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    Kentucky Secretary of State and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes has done everything in her power in this race to distance herself from President Barack Obama. She has tried to persuade voters across this state she's not his candidate, but make no mistake about it - she is his candidate and would be a rubber stamp for him and his agenda if elected in November.

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  6. Schools struggle as families flee coal countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    When it opened in 1990 amid boom times deep in eastern Kentucky coal country, Shelby Valley High School had nearly 1,000 students, with enough demand that it built an addition the next year. Now the mines are closing, and the school big enough for 1,200 students sits at half capacity.

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  7. EKU Family of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Harlan Daily Enterprise

    EKU Public RelationsEastern Kentucky University's Family of the Year is from Closplint in Harlan County. EKU recognized its Family of the Year at halftime of the Sept.

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  8. McConnell's backers spend millions in KentuckyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | US News & World Report

    ... Republican Leader Mitch McConnell are on track to spend nearly $20 million on television advertisements to sway Kentucky voters, a staggering amount for a single race that stands as a textbook example of the use of outside money in a tight contest. ...

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  9. Arrest made in December murder caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | News Democrat

    ... Christmas. The Russellville Police Department had been waiting for several months as evidence was processed at the Kentucky State Police labs in Frankfort and Louisville. At approximately 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013, the RPD responded to a ...

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  10. Business groups urge Metro Council to reject minimum wage increaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Business Journal

    The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and 18 other groups have sent a letter to the Louisville Metro Council, urging it not to approve a proposed ordinance to increase the local minimum wage. The proposed ordinance would raise the minimum wage gradually from the current $7.25 to $10.10 by summer 2017 for workers in Louisville.

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  11. Coal billionaire sells most of Ky. farmRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WHAS11

    ... and the logistics of moving people and equipment became too much. Justice says a $1.5 million settlement with Kentucky officials over violations at several of his coal mines in the eastern part of the state had nothing to do with his decision to ...

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  12. 400 people use new online absentee ballot systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | WHAS11

    ... for by a $2.2 million federal grant from the Department of Defense. Voters must mail the absentee ballots back to Kentucky by 6 p.m. on election day for them to be counted. But retired Army 1st Sgt. Matthew L. Selph, who oversees the system, said it ...

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  13. Vermont out-of-state prison contract expiringRead the original story

    Monday | WKRN

    The Vermont Department of Corrections is searching for a contractor to house about 500 inmates who are now serving their sentences in Kentucky and Arizona. For almost two -decades the department has sent hundreds of inmates to prisons and jails in other states because there aren't enough prison beds in the state.

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  14. Handle, Purses Decline at Churchill MeetRead the original story

    Monday | Blood Horse

    According to numbers provided the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission, Churchill pari-mutuel handle totaled $38,810,285, compared with $46,285,927 for the same number of days in 2013. In a day-to-day comparison between the two years, handle fell on 11 of the days this year and increased one day.

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  15. ECTC's first faculty member reflects on 50 years of teachingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Grayson News Gazette

    ... Elizabethtown Community College. She was at the end of her last year of her Master's program at the University of Kentucky before starting the next stage of her career, and had no plans to teach. Instead Mayhew wanted to work in industry as a ...

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  16. John McCain: I would support Rand Paul as GOP White House nomineeRead the original story

    Monday | Washington Times

    Sen. John McCain didn't come out and say he would vote for Sen. Rand Paul for the Republican nominee for president in 2016 - but he did say that if the Kentuckian won the ticket, he was support him. The Arizona senator also had nothing but praise for his Kentucky colleague in a recent interview with The New Yorker.

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  17. This is the ad Mitch McConnell thinks is going to get him reelectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Washington Post

    ... other guy (or gal down). The ad above , which was produced by Larry McCarthy and begins running today statewide in Kentucky at a high six figure buy "at minimum" according to McConnell campaign manager Josh Holmes, is a radical departure from that ...

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  18. Biden to announce community college grants - Apps due for...Read the original story

    Monday | Politico

    ... which are experiencing particularly high growth, according to the White House. Several community colleges in Kentucky will use the funds to develop five new IT degrees in the computer and medical fields, for example. - The Obama administration has ...

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  19. Ky. has county added to federal drug programRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 27 | WXIX-TV Cincinnati

    A Kentucky county that has one of the nation's few unsolved police killings has been designated a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, meaning it can receive federal money to pay for things like overtime for law enforcement officers working on drug cases. Nelson and Madison counties were two of 26 counties and cities in 11 states to receive the Office of National Drug Control Policy designation on Monday.

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  20. Failing sewage tanks send raw sewage into Ohio RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CBS 3 Springfield

    ... not totally uncommon in scattered areas and this happens to be one of them," said Steve Divine with the Northern Kentucky Health Department. Divine says he knows about the problem too and says instead of levying fines against the low-income ...

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