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My column in this week's The Jessamine Journal.
This week, little notes about the dedicated men and women in law enforcement. But first, to each of them: Thank you.
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My column in this week's Jessamine Journal
Among other things, March is women’s history month. Underappreciated throughout the long arc of history, women have played a crucial role in human history. Even though social or religious norms may have relegated women to a lesser status through different historical epochs, women always found an opportunity to accomplish great things.
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Yesterday morning, a landmark in London, Kentucky burned. Weaver's Hot Dogs has been serving up memories in south central Kentucky since 1940.
Fire engulfed a London, Kentucky landmark early yesterday morning. Weaver's Hot Dogs had been operated by the Weaver family since 1940. In its original iteration, Weaver's operated as a pool hall. Future plans for Weaver's, and for the structure it occupied for decades, remain unknown.
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A year ago, state legislators promoted legislation that would enable local governments with the ability to hold referendums for the implementation of a short-term sales tax.
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Kentucky lost a legend this morning with the passing of former governor and senator Wendell H. Ford. He was quoted of his time in the Senate: "I wasn't interested in national issues. I was interested in Kentucky issues." RIP, Senator.
I, along with the rest of the Commonwealth, learned this morning of the passing of one of Kentucky's political greats of the 20th century. Wendell H. Ford was 90. In 2012, NRK wrote Along the Elkhorn Vale about the former Kentucky Governor and US Senator and revised excerpts from that post are ...
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+Peter Brackney - You're very welcome. Ford always seemed to lend dignity to his office as both governor and senator and set an example for junior politicians.
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My column in this week's The Jessamine Journal.
In 1804, Thomas Jefferson was president of the United States. The Louisiana Purchase was completed. And Christopher Greenup was elected the commonwealth’s third governor.
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As proclaimed from the Pinstripe Pulpit -- "4 Kentucky Blogs to Consider"
Since removing to Kentucky last year it has been a pleasing thing to reorient to a Bluegrass state of mind (or is that commonwealth of mind?). In my decade long absence there has been a renaissance...
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While Robert Frost advises that good fences make good neighbors, I’d suggest that a good snowstorm might also fit the bill.
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Once every four years, Kentuckians get a break from electoral politics.
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This week, I wrote about #deflategate    - yet another example of an NFL PR disaster.   #SuperBowl  
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My column in this week's Jessamine Journal on the fire at and demolition of the Lady Sterling House, a log cabin which stood in downtown Nicholasville from 1804 to 2014. 
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My practice primarily involves representing corporate and consumer debtors in both bankruptcy and non-bankruptcy workouts. I've assisted my business clients with organizing their businesses, drafting and negotiating contracts, collection and other matters. I also do some estate planning for individuals and families.
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    Attorney, 2009 - present
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    B.S. (Accounting); J.D., 2002 - 2009
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Once every four years, Kentuckians get a break from electoral politics.

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The Road Trip everyone in Eastern Kentucky needs to make.
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Today I went road tripping. The weather was perfect, the fail foliage was at it's brightest and most brilliant, and I drove my pre-baby car

Good Giving Guide important for local charity
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Thumbing through the Good Giving Guide on Sunday evening, I was reminded of how many incredible nonprofit organizations serve our community

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Politics, bicycling and history notes
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