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Marsy’s Law intended to protect victims’ rights

Nearly two-thirds of Kentucky voters in 2018 approved Marsy’s Law, a victims’ rights initiative, as a constitutional amendment proposal. But it was struck down last ... Read more

2 days ago by Randy Patrick.

Developer proposes small home project

City officials heard a proposal Tuesday to use small city-owned lots as sites for affordable housing in the community. Tom Miles requested a pilot program ... Read more

2 days ago by Fred Petke.

Hydrant flushing continues

Winchester Municipal Utilities will be flushing hydrants in the WMU water distribution system on Monday. The areas to be flushed Monday are Allan Place, Augusta ... Read more

2 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Principals share plans for return to in-person classes

Principals and other school administrators reviewed their plans for returning students to their classrooms when in-person instruction resumes Oct. 30. Students whose parents choose not ... Read more

2 days ago by Randy Patrick.

Property transfers for Oct. 12-17, 2020

The following property transfers were recorded in the Clark County Clerk’s office Oct. 12-17, 2020. — Christopher C. Abney and Susan E. Abney to Adam ... Read more

3 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Police and fire reports for Oct. 22, 2020

CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF Charged — Nathan T. Dillon, 23, of Evans Mill, New York, was charged Sunday with speeding, driving on a suspended operator’s license ... Read more

3 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Marriage licenses for Oct. 12-17, 2020

The following marriage license applications were issued by the Clark County Clerk’s office Oct. 12-17, 2020. — Ashley Gayle Cook to Jeffrey Clayton Fair, Oct. ... Read more

3 days ago by Whitney Leggett.

Clark records 11th COVID death

Nearly a dozen Clark Countians have died because of complications of the coronavirus.  The Clark County Health Department reported the 11th local death attributed to ... Read more

3 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Education in a pandemic: School board candidates share their thoughts

When and how students and teachers should return to their classrooms during the coronavirus pandemic was one of the questions candidates for the Clark County ... Read more

3 days ago by Randy Patrick.

State rep candidates split on future of Clark development

State representative candidates Ryan Dotson and Jada Brady both want to see business reopen in Kentucky, but took different routes on how they want to ... Read more

3 days ago by Whitney Leggett.

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