Public Intoxication: On 08/22/2016 officers were called to a dispute on Mount Vernon Road. One of the subjects showed several signs of impairment and had previously been banned from the property. When speaking with the officers, the subject gave two different false names.
Gov. Matt Bevin today joined a lawsuit against yet another Obama Administration regulatory overreach that affects Kentucky’s taxpayers and violates the medical judgment and conscience rights of doctors and health care professionals across the country.
“Late yesterday, a federal court in Texas agreed with the conservative sentiment in Kentucky and issued a nationwide injunction to stop the Obama Administration from enforcing its illegal bathroom directives.
It was January 16, 1900 and the Kentucky legislature was deliberating on voting irregularities during the recent election for governor and other state offices. When they recessed for lunch many of the participants headed for the Capitol Hotel in Frankfort. Others came to arrange tickets for the speech by William Jennings Bryan.
Gov. Matt Bevin announced today that Judge Reed O’Connor, U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Texas, late yesterday issued a nationwide injunction prohibiting the Obama administration from enforcing its illegal bathroom directives against public schools in Kentucky and across the country.
To many of us, driving is a privilege we too often take for granted. Ingrained in our culture as a rite of passage in our teenage years, it is the primary source of getting to and from work, shopping, church, or social activities as an adult, and the last vestige of freedom many adults are unwilling to give up as they grow old.
The Fayette County Extension Champion Food Volunteer Program begins August 31 and enables anyone who has an interest in food, cooking and nutrition a way to enhance their skills and take them to a new level, all while helping their community through volunteer service. Participants attend 5 training sessions Continue reading CHAMPION FOOD VOLUNTEER TRAINING→