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At least 30 families expected here

Schools, churches and businesses are trying to create a home away from home for at least 30... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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OSHA defends safety crackdown

Frankfort contractors and construction companies have been cited nearly $80,000 in penalties in... More

  • By NICOLE SLIGER State Journal Staff Writer
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Volunteers need training first

Wanting to rush down and help those devastated by disaster is a familiar feeling for Frankfort... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Finance chief's troubles mount

Frankfort Finance Director Steven Gravitt's tenure with the city may be near its end after he was... More

  • By NICOLE SLIGER State Journal Staff Writer
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School trips off in gas crunch

It is an issue of supply and demand. Franklin County Public Schools demand enough fuel to motor... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON and SUSAN RIDDELL State Journa
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Disaster impact hits home

Rain was not the only thing Hurricane Katrina sent to the Bluegrass. High gas prices and hospital... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Trapped and left

A little beagle mix dog sat cooped up in a cage for several hours Wednesday in front of a Cold... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Airport project cleared

The Federal Aviation Administration has approved the runway extension project at Capital City... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL and NICOLE SLIGER State Journal S
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Legislators eye state's next move

Legislative Democrats are asking the special Franklin County grand jury to continue investigating... More

  • By ERIK A. CARLSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Sias says KSU can realize her dreams

Kentucky State University President Mary Evans Sias wakes up several times each night to jot down... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Oodles of trouble

Gov. Ernie Fletcher says the alleged crimes he pardoned are no worse in the eyes of the law than... More

  • By ERIK A CARLSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Volunteering a part of life

Most Girl Scout leaders volunteer when their daughters or granddaughters are old enough to join.... More

  • By KEREN HENDERSON State Journal Staff Writer
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New liver, new life

Like many devout Christians, Patsy Anglin sets aside a little time each morning to read her Bible... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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