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Silver Creek Elementary School had its annual Veteran’s Day Assembly earlier this week. The event honored veterans of students at the school. The Bobcat Choir performed “American Heart” and “Thank You, Soldiers.”The fifth-grade leadership team performed a skit and a video tribute to veterans…

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The Madison County Fiscal Court opted against putting a proposed 11.4 cent property tax increase on the ballot next year and instead heard first reading of an ordinance that will rescind the proposed increase during a bi-monthly meeting Tuesday at the Berea City Annex.

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) -- A freshman state lawmaker from Louisville is the latest Democrat to announce their intent to explore a run against U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell in the 2020 race.

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One in six Kentuckians older than 60 have faced the threat of hunger in the past year, prompting state officials to hold the first-ever Kentucky Senior Hunger Summit Oct. 30 in Frankfort to raise awareness of the issue and to help connect people in communities to find solutions.

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Kentucky is expected to see its first measurable snowfall of the season Monday night into Tuesday and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet is gearing up to treat roads as necessary.

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Madison County Clerk Kenny Barger confirmed certified the petition recall on the property tax last Friday morning and the Madison County Fiscal Court has 10 days to decide to amend the 11.4 cent property tax hike or put the issue before voters in November of 2020.

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Labor Cabinet Secretary David A. Dickerson announced today that the Division of Wages and Hours collected$1,103,213.57 in restitution during the month of October. The restitution was collected from 224 companies who had not paid employees in the Commonwealth.

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The City of Berea will be getting a new city clerk in 2020 following a Tuesday announcement by Mayor Bruce Fraley. In his final remarks before adjournment of the Berea City Council, Fraley announced that City Clerk Cheryl Chasteen has revealed plans to step down.