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County to offer free electrical permits

By Calen McKinney

Residents wanting electrical work performed at their homes might not have to pay for a permit for the work after all.

Coy Neat, the county's electrical inspector, currently charges $20 to issue an electrical permit and $55 for an inspection.

But at last Tuesday's regular Taylor County Fiscal Court meeting, magistrates took the first step in making the permits free.


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County fire department offered free land

By Calen McKinney

Though they have been offered the land for free, they say it's not the best place for a fire substation.

Last October, Taylor County Fire & Rescue officials told county officials that they don't have enough room and asked for help to solve the problem. Since then, magistrates have discussed the possible purchase of land for a fire station or substation.

On Tuesday, Taylor County Judge/Executive Eddie Rogers told magistrates that the county has been offered - for free - five acres of land in Heartland Commerce and Technology Park.


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GED test changes coming

By Leslie Moore

 


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All Campbellsville students to receive free lunch, breakfast

Campbellsville students to eat free

By Calen McKinney

Students at Campbellsville Independent Schools won’t have to pay a dime for their breakfast or lunch this coming school year.

At Monday night’s regular Campbellsville School Board meeting, Jeff Richardson, food services director, announced that because enough of the District’s students now qualify for free lunches, the District can participate in a program that will allow the entire student population to receive free breakfasts and lunches. The news was followed by applause from Board members.


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City should rethink its new social media policy

The way social media has taken over society today, it’s understandable that an organization like the city of Campbellsville would feel the need to have a policy related to its use by employees. However, we believe the policy could have been handled much differently.


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Library to offer family movie nights

By James Roberts

Taylor County Public Library plans to host movie nights.
At its regular meeting Monday, the board approved a four-year movie licensing agreement that would allow the library to screen movies from several major film studios.


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Free, reduced lunches on the rise locally

By James Roberts

The percentage of students receiving free or reduced-price lunches is on the rise at several local schools, and that’s a trend officials say ties directly to the local economy.
According to 2011 data from the Kentucky Department of Education, the percentage of free/reduced lunches at Taylor County Elementary School is 63 percent (up from 54 percent in 2008), 55 percent at Taylor County Middle School (up from 44 percent), and 50 percent at Taylor County High School (up from 37 percent).


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Reader not pleased with obituary policy

When my father passed away, the CKNJ charged $75 for an obituary and picture. The Columbia and Greensburg papers were free. I called the CKNJ to put an “in memory” picture of my father in the paper, and was told it would be $20 to $30.
This got me curious on charges since my nephew married and his announcement was free. I called the CKNJ and it’s also free to put a wedding picture and the write up on the wedding.


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Oh yeah, baby, free toothpaste

   Sunday evening I noticed a Facebook friend's post about the free toothpaste she picked up at Kroger. It was late, Kroger was closed but I was determined I would not miss out on the toothpaste deal this time. Last time I procrastinated and there were none to be had and my coupons were expiring too soon for a raincheck to help.

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Newspaper In Education (NIE) is a cooperative effort between schools in our county and the Central Kentucky News-Journal to promote the use of newspapers as an educational resource. NIE provides schools with the newspaper at no cost to teachers or schools.

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