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Sun, Dec 21, 2014 08:33 PM
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Issue
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Louisa voters say yes to alcohol

Wet forces win by 166-vote margin

LOUISA — Voters in Louisa have spoken, deciding Tuesday to allow the sale of alcoholic beverages in the city of about 2,500 people. ...subscribers>>
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Johnson Co. teacher arrested on drug charges

PAINTSVILLE — A Johnson County teacher and another man were arrested Monday on methamphetamine charges in the Thealka Park area of Johnson County. ...subscribers>>
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early oaths

ALTHOUGH THEY OFFICIALLY do not take office until Jan. 1, incoming Louisa City Council members Angela McGuire, Ronald Cordle, Mitch Castle, Lisa Schaeffer and Tom Parsons (above) and Mayor-elect Harold Slone (below) were administered the oaths of office by City Attorney Bud Adams Dec. ...subscribers>>

Shannon receives 35 years

LOUISA — A Lawrence County man was sentenced Friday in Lawrence Circuit Court was formally sentenced Friday in Lawrence Circuit Court to serve a 35-year sentence for sex offenses involving a child. ...subscribers>>

Booth announces workforce reduction

INEZ — Booth Energy issued a release Dec. 4 announcing that it has reduced a number of its mining employees and support staff at operations in Martin, Johnson, Floyd and Lawrence counties. ...subscribers>>

Ex-mayor sentenced

PIKEVILLE — The former mayor of Martin was sentenced to more than seven years in federal prison and her husband received a term of more than three years during proceedings Monday in U. ...subscribers>>

Kentucky Power to seek rate 'adjustment' from state PSC

FRANKFORT — Another rate increase may be in store for Kentucky Power Company customers. ...subscribers>>
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