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Legislators see toughjob ahead

State Journal Staff Writer With the 2006 legislative session gaveling at noon, Frankforts... More

  • By ERIK A. CARLSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Born on New Year's Day

Landon Tate Pritchett, Frankforts first-born citizen of 2006, tried out his first pair of booties... More

  • State Journal/Suzanne Feliciano
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News of record

City police Daniel L. Barker, 35, 711 E. Main St. Apt. More

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State/local briefs

Teen killed in I-64 accident An accident on eastbound Interstate 64 in Franklin County Friday... More

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Ballot fills for election

State Journal Staff Writer Twenty-eight people have filed their candidacy papers in the Franklin... More

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This year, I will...

State Journal Staff Writer Wal-Marts parking lot may not be the ideal place to ponder your lifes... More

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State/local briefs

Teen killed in I-64 accident An accident on eastbound Interstate 64 in Franklin County Friday... More

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New Year, New Goals

State Journal Staff Writer Starting a new year doesnt always mean starting fresh. For many city... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Group resolve

As 2005 comes to a close, local organizations and nonprofits are planning how to make their... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON and HILLARY CANADA
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Bryan runs for city seat

State Journal Staff Writer City Commissioner J.W. Bryan, a 67-year-old former state road fund... More

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Motherhood Matters

State Journal Staff Writer As tears roll down the face of the female prisoner, Vicki Kinnaird is... More

  • By Hillary Canada State Journal Staff Writer
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Sales sizzle for shelter fund-raiser

State Journal Staff Writer Tickets are still available for Saturdays Shelter Sizzler, a major New... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL State Journal Staff Writer
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The Pink Pig tradition

State Journal Staff Writer Scottys Pink Pig Bar-B-Q has changed owners three times since it... More

  • By KEREN HENDERSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Peaks Mill Recyclers

The students in Stephanie L. Whites fifth grade class at Peaks Mill Elementary recently became... More

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New to your family?

The Franklin County Humane Society encourages any one who received a furry new member to their... More

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Bringing home a victory

The Western Hills Academic Team took part in the JV Challenge Tournament at Oldham County High... More

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News of record

Crime Stoppers Michael Rutledge was remodeling a bathroom in the 100 block of Northwood Road.... More

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State/local

Free yoga class today, 4-5 The Frankfort Yoga Studio will host a free, informal yoga class 4-5... More

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Sales sizzle for shelter fund-raiser

State Journal Staff Writer Tickets are still available for Saturdays Shelter Sizzler, a major New... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL State Journal Staff Writer
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