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Hickman County Sheriff request an increase in gas mileage reimbursement
Hickman County Sheriff John Turner came before the fiscal court Monday, Feb. 11, to request an increase in gas mileage reimbursement. Turner said that with the current price of gas, the county reimbursement of 30 cents a mile “won’t get it.”
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Massive Beef Recall Impacts West Kentucky Schools
Safe food supply could be a problem for schools in the 21st Century
Massive Beef Recall Impacts West Kentucky Schools
A massive beef recall has direct impact to 17 Kentucky school districts, including six in Western Kentucky. Each affective school district will be forced to dispose of hundreds of pounds of hamburger patties, sloppy joes and taco meat, as part of the largest nationwide beef recall in history.
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Letter to the Editor
Can Fischer's millions beat Lunsford's millions?
Letter to the Editor
Here is a response to the article about Horne pulling out or more accurately to the caption under the Fischer photo. The caption under Greg Fischer’s photo (Can Fischer's millions beat Lunsford's millions?) is misleading.
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Crisis Looms for Community-based Service Agencies
Will Kentucky have the money to help them?
Crisis Looms for Community-based Service Agencies
A federal deadline is looming for Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services. At issue is how the Cabinet will implement sweeping changes for community based service agencies working with people with mental retardation and physical disabilities with a commitment of $ 45 million dollars. The Cabinet for Health and Family Services, which oversees the community services program, must explain how it intends to proceed with commitments to fully fund the program changes called for in a 2006 court agreement.
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Draft of Pension Plan Obtained by Hebert WHAS 11 News
A draft of Governor Beshear's plan to overhaul and financially stabilize Kentucky's public employee retirement systems has been obtained by WHAS 11 News. The draft summary shows new state and county employees will have to work longer and contribute more of their pay to get full retirement benefits. The plan would take effect July 1st and only impact new employees.
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