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FRANKFORT — To hear Kentucky politicians of both parties tell it, the Environmental Protection Agency should be renamed the Economic Destruction Agency. But their recent rhetoric has gone far beyond reality and obscured it. At issue are the EPA&...
At the Anchorage airport, you’ll find lots of passengers unhappy about the news that the airline industry netted 3.4 billion dollars in baggage fees last year, a 24% increase from 2009. You can count Tasneem Watts of Anaheim, California among...
Channel 2 NewsAt the Anchorage airport, you’ll find lots of passengers unhappy about the news that the airline industry netted $3.4 billion in baggage fees last year, a 24 percent increase from 2009. You can count Tasneem Watts of Anaheim, California among...
Just as Chicago consumers get the hang of reusable grocery bags, a new movement has sprouted to make local grocery shopping even greener: reusable containers. Called BYOC — bring your own container — by its fans, the process involves carrying...
Web ReporterWashington D.C. took the No. 1 spot in Parenting Magazine's latest list of the Top U.S. Cities for Families, the publication said Wednesday. The U.S. capital replaced nearby Arlington, Virginia, which tumbled to No. 70 as a result of changes in the way...
James H. Key Jr., of Danville, Ky., passed away Tuesday, June 7, 2011, at his home. He was a retired employee of Goodyear (42 years) and also worked for Jarboe Wheel Alignment and S&S Tire. The son of the late James H. Key Sr. and Janie Key, James...
Wilma Roberts, 91, also known as Willia Mae, peacefully passed away on June 2, 2011. She was born in 1919 in Kentucky where she grew up in a large family with 3 sisters and a brother. She resided in Burbank since 1959. She was loved by her husband,...
BEREA — Union Church, Berea College’s historic, nondenominational church that was founded by 19th century abolitionist John G. Fee, was the setting Thursday night for the launch of a contemporary civil rights campaign. Faith leaders, students,...
email@example.comChris Souder has two basketball teams to keep up with this week, and neither one of them are his. The Mercer County girls coach is an assistant coach with the Kentucky All-Stars, who will be preparing for the upcoming Kentucky-Indiana series. He’s...
Tags: High School Sports, Kentucky, Hammond, Indianapolis, Indiana
Orlando Arts BlogRobin Andrew Stamper is joining the staff of Florida Opera Theatre as its music director. Stamper, a fixture on the Central Florida music scene for many years, is the second high-profile addition to the Florida Opera Theatre, which hired Frank McClain...
JUNE 4 Lions Club fish fry The Boonesboro Lions Club will host a fish fry at its clubhouse on Ford Hampton Road. The menu includes Alaskan pollock, cole slaw, hushpuppies, tartar sauce and fries. Meals are all-you-can-eat on site. Carry-out and...
Tags: Kentucky, 5K Run, Human Interest
KickingTiresIf you???re traveling through the heartland this weekend, prepare to pay more for a gallon of gas. Relief at the gas pump has been a welcome sight recently as prices have fallen from an average high of nearly $4 a......
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