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Beshear to discuss plan for lifting virus restrictions in Monday briefing

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Kentucky dropped substantially on Saturday, while the number of deaths and the state’s positivity rate both rose. There ... Read more

15 hours ago by Tom Latek.

EMS Committee to meet Monday at 5:30

The Joint Emergency Medical Services Committee on Contract and Operations will meet at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, April 12, at the Clark County Courthouse to ... Read more

15 hours ago by Winchester Sun.

Police, fire reports for April 9, 2021

CLARK COUNTY SHERIFF • The Clark County Sheriff’s Office got a report of an assault that occurred at 516 Treehaven Drive on April 1. Teresa ... Read more

22 hours ago by Winchester Sun.

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

ACHIEVING RECOVERY TOGETHER Most readers of the Sun would think fondly of their favorite brew when they read that April is Alcohol Awareness Month. After ... Read more

23 hours ago by Winchester Sun.

WMU flushing hydrants April 12-16

Winchester Municipal Utilities will be flushing hydrants in the WMU water distribution  system on April 12-16. • The areas to be flushed on April 12 ... Read more

1 day ago by Winchester Sun.

City gives parks $20,000 to offset COVID losses

By RANDY PATRICK Sun Reporter COVID-19 all but closed public parks for a good part of the past year and curtailed classes and other activities ... Read more

2 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Enforcing dog poo law would be ‘spotty’

By RANDY PATRICK Sun Reporter Winchester could end up with a pooper scooper law, but for now, city officials have sidestepped it. The Board of ... Read more

2 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Wildcat Willy’s reopening April 15

Wildcat Willy’s Distillery and Farm to Table Restaurant and Bar will have its grand re-opening on Thursday, April 15 at 11 a.m. Customers can expect ... Read more

2 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Christian campus groups win in court

By Tom Strode Baptist Press WASHINGTON (BP) – Federal courts have recently delivered victories to student faith groups that were kicked off state university campuses ... Read more

2 days ago by Winchester Sun.

Kentucky temporarily shutting down unemployment insurance system to stop fraud

Gov. Andy Beshear announced on Thursday that significant steps are being taken to halt cyberattacks on the state’s unemployment insurance system, including shutting it down ... Read more

2 days ago by Tom Latek.

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