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Peaks Mill wins battle

As they prepared to answer the last question, members of the Peaks Mill Elementary fifth grade... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Insurance plan in works

The future of the state and public school employee insurance plan will take shape as members of... More

  • By ERIK A. CARLSON State Journal Staff Writer
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A Grand beginning

The large crowd was already awake and happy. Then Ellen Williams, commissioner of the Governor's... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL State Journal Staff Writer
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State e-mail ruled open

The attorney general can search e-mails of 38,000 state workers for evidence that could help in... More

  • By ERIK A. CARLSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Bridgeport filled with memories

There was no shortage of stories, laughs or camera flashes Monday at Ramble and Remember Old... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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City adds six new positions

Six new city jobs were tentatively approved at Monday night's City Commission budget session.... More

  • By GAYLE COULTER State Journal Staff Writer
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City tree board standing tall

Most people dont spend a lot of time thinking about trees. But when they wake up one morning to... More

  • By GAYLE COULTER State Journal Staff Writer
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Council OKs tuition hikes

Tuition increases are inevitable, but the council governing higher education is doing its best to... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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Pet of the week

This 1-year-old spayed female is a beautiful mutt. She is medium size and very friendly. The... More

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A Grand old time

Between bites of his pimento cheese on wheat sandwich at Kentucky Coffeetree Cafe early Friday... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL State Journal Staff Writer
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An abiding spirit

Though the Kentucky State Police continue to investigate who burned down his church, developer... More

  • By MOLLY WILLIAMSON State Journal Staff Writer
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County may face tax hike

Nobody likes the new $20.2 million budget, even the ones who will vote in favor of it at the next... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL State Journal Staff Writer
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City is switching signals

Starting today, you'll stop and go rather than wait for a green light at St. Clair and Main and... More

  • State Journal Staff Report
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Blowing the whistle

As the number of state whistle-blowers climbs in the Transportation Cabinet scandal, John Moore -... More

  • By Erik A. Carlson State Journal Staff Writer
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Downtown losing an institution

He never knew his grandfather and namesake. But now, more than ever, Samuel T. Marcus, president... More

  • By CHARLES PEARL and LINDSAY LYON State Journal St
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Former city manager has new job

Former City Manager Ken Thompson has been hired as the interim city manager in Bowling Green.... More

  • By GAYLE COULTER State Journal Staff Writer
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