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Beyond the shroud

On shaky legs, Don Jeffers got up to address the guests who filled the green cushioned seats at... More

  • By Lindsay Lyon State Journal Staff Writer
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City arts have new friends

Capital Friends of the Arts, a newly-organized group to promote public arts in Frankfort, wants... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL State Journal Staff Writer
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Job jury hears three testify

The lead prosecutor investigating allegations of illegal personnel practices in Gov. Ernie... More

  • By ERIK A. CARLSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Beekeepers keep in touch

The bee business is a small community where the network of beekeepers is like that of a... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Traveling in style

Rami Kalla likes to have fun with the attention he knows his limo attracts, taking the 28-foot... More

  • By KATHLEEN QUILLIGAN State Journal Staff Writer
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Council gives youth a voice

Young people have a voice, they just need to find someone to listen. That's what 15-year-old... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Shooting probe leads to standoff

Three men broke into Shawn Cauley's Louisville Road home Friday, held his girlfriend at gunpoint,... More

  • By GAYLE COULTER State Journal Staff Writer
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Merit System flawed?

State merit employees are familiar with the statute that protects them from getting fired for... More

  • By ERIK A. CARLSON State Journal Staff Writer
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High schoolers sample college at KSU

Seventeen students went home Friday new people, armed with knowledge and experience from the... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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County budget OK'd 5-2

Franklin County Fiscal Court members differed Thursday night on whether the proposed 2005-2006... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Tourism cut misguided, officials say

Local tourism officials took it as a "slap in the face" when their $10,000 request from Franklin... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL State Journal Staff Writer
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A touch of red on top

Wilson Bessinger wasn't exactly painting the town red Thursday just recoating the roof of the... More

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Diploma delayed, diploma denied

Rexie Douglas waited nearly 40 years to don a cap and gown, walk across the stage and receive her... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Ex-Sen. Tom Easterly dies in wreck

Tom Easterly, a former state senator from Frankfort living in Beckley, W.Va., was killed... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL State Journal Staff Writer
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Officials gird for court fight

Attorneys for the three indicted officials in Gov. Ernie Fletcher's administration plan to... More

  • By Erik A. Carlson State Journal Staff Writer
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City wary of Ratliff land offer

City commissioners decided it might not be such a good idea to accept the old scrapyard land on... More

  • By GAYLE COULTER State Journal Staff Writer
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