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Today's News

  • ‘Precious Parker’

    Sunday afternoon, Parker Thompson sat in the floor playing with toy cars, watched television and asked for a snack just like any normal 4-year-old would do.
    Only, there’s one noticeable difference. He’s bald.
    “If it wasn’t for the hair, you wouldn’t know there was anything wrong with him right now,” said his mother, Wendy Thompson of New Hope.

  • Senate has much to do in its last 20 working days

    The Senate continued work this week, and recognized an historic event. On Wednesday, many lawmakers joined thousands of Kentuckians gathered along Capitol Avenue to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s March on Frankfort. It was a cold and blustery March 5 when Dr. King led 10,000 others in a march up to the front door of our Capitol in support of the Kentucky Civil Rights Act.

  • The House is on track to shift more money toward elementary and secondary education

    The week may have been cut short by a day because of another round of winter weather, but the Kentucky House of Representatives didn’t let that stand in the way of approving a broad collection of bills.
    Those ranged from the relatively simple – helping sheriff’s departments fill vacancies – to the morally complex, which in this case would build on the current directives people have regarding what life-saving measures, if any, they want taken.

  • Support your library as they support you ‘every day, every age’

    Library Legislative Day was held on March 6. This special day was designated for Friends of Kentucky Libraries and librarians across the state to meet with their representatives and talk about issues facing Public Libraries. Library supporters from Marion County had the opportunity to travel to Frankfort that day and speak to Rep. Terry Mills and Sen. Jimmy Higdon. The day was a huge success but alas it is but one day.

  • Corrections & Clarifications - March 12, 2014

    The article “Nurse practitioners gain more autonomy” in last week’s edition should have identified Jim Osbourne as the practice manager at Family and Internal Medicine Associates in Lebanon, not as Dr. Jim Osbourn. The article also should have said there are 3,700 nurse practitioners in Kentucky.
     

  • St. Catharine welcomes Eleanor Bingham Miller International Scholarship recipients

     

  • I want to fist bump your hand

     

  • 3-12-14 Church Briefs

    Prayer Day
    St. Catharine Motherhouse will hold its monthly Contemplative Prayer Day on Saturday, March 15, from 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. The day includes contemplative prayer, meditative walks, silence, personal prayer a presentation titled “A Portrait of the Radical Jesus,” a dvd hosted by Huston Smith, Fr. Richard Rohr OSF and Allan Dwight Callahan. A discussion will follow. A tea meditation and blessing concludes the day. Bring a bag lunch. Cost is a donation. For questions or directions call Sr. Mary Otho Ballard at (859) 284-5201.

  • 3-12-14 Birthday Announcements
  • 3-12-14 Public Record

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