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Kentucky high school football scores for Sept. 22

Allen Co.-Scottsville 46, Grayson Co. 7 Ashland Blazer 46, Rowan Co. 14 Bardstown 20, Thomas Nelson 14 Belfry 63, Sheldon Clark 8 Bishop Brossart 34, Nicholas Co. 0 Boyle Co. 56, North Hardin 10 Bullitt East 65, Nelson Co. 12 Casey Co. 49, Jackson Co. 14 More: Moretti's big game lifts undefeated St.

COURIER-JOURNAL - 2017-09-23 02:33:10

Busy city street gets stop sign

A new stop sign now stands at the corner of Lebanon Avenue and Main Street. "Some businesses asked us to install some crosswalks and one of them was going to be there at Firestone and the tourism commission," Mayor Tony Young said. "So, when we ran it by our police department to look at that, they


Trump call for keeping refugees close to home angers Lebanon

FILE - This Oct. 28, 2015 file photo, shows a Syrian refugee camp in the town of Hosh Hareem, in the Bekaa valley, east Lebanon. President Donald Trump's suggestion, in a speech at the U.N. Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, that refugees be resettled closer to home instead of brought to the United States has

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-20 12:55:33

'Servants of the Harvest'

Looking for someone to help you have a healthy diet and a relationship with the Lord? If so, the doctor is in. In Gravel Switch that is. Actually, the 16-acre farm where Dr. Sharon Paul hopes to help others is about one mile south of the northeastern Marion County community, along Hwy. 337. The

LEBANON ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-20 13:00:00

McCoy named champion of preventing child abuse

State Rep. Chad McCoy, R-Bardstown, has received the 2017 Legislative Champion Award from Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky. McCoy, the Republican from Bardstown, received the award last week based on his sponsorship of two bills intended to help protect child victims of sexual abuse. "I'm honored to

KENTUCKY STANDARD - 2017-09-21 20:08:00

Firefighters to train by burning farmhouse

Firefighters save houses, but this Saturday they're going to burn one. The Bardstown Fire Department will conduct a live fire training at 1405 N. Third St. Asst. Chief Charles Montgomery said Newcomb Oil Co., which owns the two-story farmhouse where the company wants to build a new FiveStar filling

KENTUCKY STANDARD - 2017-09-21 19:51:00

Lawmakers hear from workers on pensions

Nelson County's state legislators didn't offer a solution to Kentucky's public pension crisis, but they eased the minds of teachers and other public employees by telling them what probably won't happen. The two-hour town hall at Bardstown High School by Sen. Jimmy Higdon and Rep. Chad McCoy, Republ

KENTUCKY STANDARD - 2017-09-21 02:51:00

Five Boone babies baptized in September

Five babies of the Boone family were baptized this month in New Hope. Father Ken Fortener administered the sacrament Sept. 9 at St. Vincent de Paul Church. The cousins baptized were Nolen Kirkpatrick, son of Kirk and Amanda Boone; Aiden Oakes, son of Kellie and Oakes Routt; Easton, son of Lindsay

KENTUCKY STANDARD - 2017-09-21 20:10:00

Donations brighten day for All God's Children

All God's Children Day Care of Nicholasville was very happy to receive donations from Morning Pointe of Lexington on Thursday, Sept. 14. Program Director Katelyn Maupin, far left, and Case Manager Erin Leet, far right, accepted a dozen new blankets and jars of brown sugar exfoliating scrubs for skin

THE JESSAMINE JOURNAL - 2017-09-22 14:23:45

Strategic plan consultant offers EDP 'additional services'

The consulting company that helped build Boyle County's new strategic economic development plan has proposed that officials hire it again for additional services. Kyle Talente with RKG Associates provided a list of potential additional services it could provide for the Danville-Boyle County Economic

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2017-09-22 11:13:21

County schools to get field at VMP

Taylor County Fiscal Court will draw up formal papers to put Taylor County Middle School in charge of the former Babe Ruth baseball field in Veterans Memorial Park for the Lady Cardinals' softball team. That decision was made in a special-called meeting Thursday morning. The Taylor County Schools w


Public itches for plan on bypass signs at wayfinding meeting

Work on a master plan for signs in Danville continued with a public meeting Tuesday night, but the members of the public most invested in the outcomes were left waiting for answers again. The "wayfinding master plan" is being developed by the consulting company Carman and its lead consultant, John

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2017-09-21 14:27:01

Aaron Hernandez had CTE and that's a huge problem for NFL

Aaron Hernandez just became the most dangerous man in football. It's a strange statement, given the former New England Patriots tight end is dead and had spent the last four years of his life not on the field but behind bars for murder. But the revelation Thursday that Hernandez had chronic traumati

WHAS 11 - 2017-09-22 13:48:06

Thanks to all who made Run for the Arts a success

I would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation to the people and businesses who made the 39thannual Constitution 5K/Run for the Arts a huge success. The Constitution 5K is one of the region's longest-running races. For the past nine years, the strength and power of that event has been ch

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2017-09-21 14:24:42

Kentucky cops joining national movement to steer addicts into treatment

Jeffersontown police started their Angel Program in August 2016 and have since referred 51 people into treatment for heroin and other drug addictions. Matthew Glowicki/The Courier Journal/USA TODAY Network/Wochit The philosophy behind Jeffersontown's Angel Program - that treating people with drug a

COURIER-JOURNAL - 2017-09-21 10:41:46

Lawyer: Former Patriot Aaron Hernandez had 'severe case' of CTE

Jose Baez, the defense attorney who represented Aaron Hernandez during the former NFL star's second murder case, said a brain examination determined that the 27-year-old had a "severe case" of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy. CTE is a progressive degenerative disease of the brain found in people wi

WLKY.COM - 2017-09-21 20:24:00

Help reduce prison costs with arts programming behind bars

The editorial board of the Herald-Leader is correct, our governor and legislators should no longer ignore the rising costs of running our prisons which at 11 percent of the state's spending nearly equals the 12 percent that pays to run our public colleges and universities. One way to reduce such cos

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2017-09-20 21:30:00

From Our Schools: Students participate in Civil Air Patrol

September is the time of year when high schools are hosting "Club Rushes" in order to help students become more involved in their schools and in their communities. But some students don't need to wait until school starts to serve their communities and country; some are already members of a very sele

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2017-09-20 16:59:53

How P&Z operates "not acceptable to me," P&Z director says

A sea change is on its way for planning and zoning in Boyle County if new P&Z Director Steve Hunter gets his way. And some members of the Danville-Boyle County Economic Development Partnership hope he gets his way. Hunter attended the EDP's board meeting Tuesday, theoretically to introduce himself a

ADVOCATE MESSENGER - 2017-09-20 12:56:41

Tribute band to bring arena-sized energy

Fog machines, double--neck guitars and stacks upon stacks of amplifiers all are sights to be seen when The Classic Rock Experience takes the stage Saturday at The Historic State Theater. Performing cover songs by the likes of Queen, Boston and Led Zeppelin, the Cincinnati-based, five-piece tribute a

NEWS ENTERPRISE - 2017-09-20 19:26:54