April 19, 2014

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Joyce Gillespie-Brown announces candidacy for magistrate of District 4

JOYCE GILLESPIE-BROWN

I am more than excited to announce my candidacy for magistrate of District 4 in Pendleton County. I have been a lifelong resident and was raised here by Mary Gillespie and the late Norman Gillespie.

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Meyer seeks election as magistrate

I am a lifelong resident of Pendleton County and live on a small farm on Crooked Creek Road with my husband, Luke, and my son, Lincoln, who attends Southern Elementary.

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Connect to end multiple sclerosis during MS Awareness Week

Multiple sclerosis is a life altering disease that affects each person in a unique and different way.  MS destroys connections, divides minds from bodies, pulls people from their lives and away from one another.  Therefore, it’s only fitting that connections would be its greatest enemy.  As more connections are formed, more knowledge is shared, more questions asked, more resources gathered, and more hope is provided to help people with MS move their lives forward.

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BBB tips on securing your personal data
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PC magistrates welcomed in Frankfort
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Public meetings set for proposal to lift boat motor restrictions on six small lakes

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will hold a series of public meetings to discuss a proposal to lift motor restrictions on several small department-owned lakes in the state.

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Bill to block Bluegrass Pipeline use of eminent domain advances to cheers

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Legislative perspective on Kentucky General Assembly

With this year’s legislative session passing the halfway point last week, the pace of legislation moving between the House and Senate is set to pick up significantly in the days ahead.

Several bills have already cleared the General Assembly or are expected to soon.

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An encounter with an alligator

Two cranes with their hatchling in the Wesleyan Village. Photo courtesy of Denny Taylor, Wesleyan Village.

Please allow some background so this encounter can be placed in some perspective.

Wesleyan Village where Janice and I reside during the winter is hardly a resort community. It was developed for Wesleyan ministers and missionaries…frugally and is operated frugally…nice on the pocketbook.

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“Tax time”

In our society, come January, every good citizen’s major concern is to start preparing for the filing of his or her annual income taxes. The challenge is to try to get all calculations complete before the deadline of April 15. Canceled checks, receipts, and interest statements, are just a few of the items that cause stress and frustration.

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