August 28, 2014

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Bob Fogle seeks third term as Third District Magistrate Print E-mail

Bob Fogle with granddaughter India.

I, Bob Fogle, have filed to run for the position of Third District Magistrate. If elected, this will be my third term as your magistrate. I am a lifelong resident of Pendleton County. I married my high school sweetheart Becky Faulkner Fogle in 1974 and we enjoyed 31 years together, owning a cattle and tobacco farm in Morgan and raising our three daughters. Our family business, Becky's Flower Basket, celebrated its 18th year of service in Pendleton County this year (2014).

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BBB warns: Beware March Madness scams! Print E-mail
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Legislative perspective on Kentucky General Assembly Print E-mail

After weeks of close study, the Kentucky House put its support behind a far-reaching two-year budget proposal on Thursday that would boost funding for schools, authorize a significant amount of construction on our postsecondary campuses and preserve critical services for some of our most vulnerable citizens.

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Congressman Thomas Massie introduces Social Security bill Print E-mail
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PC Fiscal Court meeting agenda Print E-mail

Pendleton County Fiscal Court meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m., March 25, 2014.

Tentative agenda will go as follows: Call to order, prayer, pledge, approval of agenda, approval of minutes, approval of treasure's report, introduction to candidates running for public office, resolution authorizing the judge to sign and execute document related to FEMA Northern Pendleton Generator Grant, resolution authorizing judge to sign and execute document related to FEMA EOC Safe Room Grant, second reading of  ordinance creating smoke free county buildings, Bill Mitchell's annual report, award blacktop bid for 2014 blacktop season, presentation of 2014-15 County Jail budget, discuss school system donation of school bus to Pendleton County Emergency Management, transfers, pay bills, closing remarks by Judge Bertram/magistrates and adjourn.

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Senator. Katie Stine reviews Kentucky congressional week Print E-mail

This past week the Senate passed Senate Bill 221 that will give the speaker of the House and the president of the Senate standing to intervene in judicial proceedings when the constitutionality of any Kentucky statute or constitutional provision is challenged in court. Recently, Attorney General Jack Conway refused to defend the Kentucky constitutional provision that says that marriage is the union of one man and one woman. This bill will assure that the Senate president and House speaker can go to court to defend our laws when other constitutional officers fail to do so.

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House puts its stamp on state budget Print E-mail
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Kentucky celebrates Deaf History Month Print E-mail
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Five tips for a lifetime of healthy vision Print E-mail

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Legislative perspective on Kentucky General Assembly Print E-mail

Winter weather may have cut short last week’s legislative session by a day, but that didn’t slow the Kentucky House of Representatives as it approved a wide range of bills – and readied for a vote this week on the state’s two-year budget.

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