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The pressure is now off the city officials in Shepherdsville.
You probably didn’t see a clip on an evening newscast.
There is no rumor about this -- property owners in Shepherdsville may face a tax increase.
FRANKFORT – “Buy land,” Mark Twain once said. “They’re not making any more of it.”
What are the odds that Bullitt Fiscal Court members will go along with the planning commission’s recommendation to rezone property off Highway 61 at Highway 245 to light industrial?
There’s a simple concept that everyone’s familiar with, one that’s been the driving force behind humanity’s greatest triumphs.
Whenever I attend a baseball game today, many of my memories come to mind, none more than a recent appearance in Louisville by the top bird of them all, The Famous Chicken.
Ten weeks ago, I wrote a column, outlining my plans for the future: go to graduate school, major in international journalism, travel the world.
The other day I had the pleasure of covering the grand opening of the Lebanon Junction Farmer’s Market on Main Street.
When I say I spent the weekend at Bonnaroo, you’ll probably do one of two things: Write me off as a burnt out, crochet-wearing, smelly hippie who doesn’t shave under her arms, or wonder what in the world that word means.
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