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Cockfighting enthusiasts angry with McConnell for supporting farm bill that stiffens penalties Print E-mail

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Fields running for office of county judge Print E-mail

DAVID FIELDS

My name is David S. Fields and I would like to announce my candidacy for Pendleton County Judge Executive. It would be a great honor to be elected and to serve the constituents of this county.

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Jack Caldwell announces candidacy for magistrate district four Print E-mail

JACK CALDWELL

I, Jack Caldwell, announce my candidacy for Magistrate District 4, which includes the precincts of Pendleton County Library, Oakland and Blanket Creek.

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Sonny Caldwell announces candidacy for Pendleton County judge executive Print E-mail

SONNY CALDWELL

To the citizens of Pendleton County.  For those who do not know me, my name is Sonny Caldwell. I am seeking your support as Pendleton County’s next judge executive.

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McKee welcomes Pendleton County officials Print E-mail
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Kentucky Farm Bureau celebrates “Food Check-Out Day” Print E-mail
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BBB warning: website scam targets military Print E-mail
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Forums begin in Bracken Co. to combat heroin Print E-mail

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Book review of "The Grave County Boys" Print E-mail

"The Graves County Boys," was written by Marianne Walker and includes a forward by Joe B. Hall, former coach at the University of Kentucky. It is the true narrative of a basketball team from tiny Cuba, Kentucky who after losing in the finals of the KHSAA State Tournament to neighboring Clark Co. in 1951, returned in 1952 winning  the state tournament over mighty Louisville Manual…a bigger than life example of the biblical account of David vs. Goliath.

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Legislative perspective on Kentucky General Assembly Print E-mail

While the General Assembly’s committees understandably focus most of their time on bills and resolutions during legislative sessions, it is not uncommon for them to review other issues as well that have an impact on the state.

That happened earlier this month, when the House Veterans, Military Affairs and Public Protection Committee heard from the state’s Adjutant General about the ongoing work done by the National Guard.

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