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Warning that “we cannot shrink our way to greatness,” Lexington Mayor Jim Gray pressed his long-shot bid to unseat U.S. Sen. Rand Paul on Friday morning before a breakfast gathering of the city’s business leaders and government officials. Read more

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Who better to guide the Commonwealth and country: a successful corporate leader and municipal chief executive, or a stalwart champion of civil liberties and tribune against high taxes and federal regulations? With Lexington Mayor... Read more

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Drew Curtis, the Versailles-based Internet entrepreneur and technologist who founded the news aggregation site Fark.com more than a dozen years ago, has announced a surprise, independent candidacy [...] Read more

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Lexington, KY – Gov. Steve Beshear rolled out his proposed two-year budget to legislators that – if approved as-is – would give Lexington a $65 million jumpstart on the project to renovate Rupp Arena and move the... Read more

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Lexington, KY - Marking the beginning of his fourth year in office, Mayor Jim Gray gave his annual State of the City speech and used the opportunity to highlight successes in the city during the last 12 months.Gray... Read more

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The last time anyone saw former Kentucky state treasurer James “Honest Dick” Tate, he was carrying two sacks of gold and silver coins from the treasurer’s office on March 14, 1888. No one saw him again.Tate’s corruption... Read more

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Kevin O. StinnettLexington, KY – Kevin O. Stinnett, Urban County Councilmember for the 6th District since 2005, will seek an at‐large seat on the Lexington-Fayette [...] Read more

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Native son Henry Clay, who made a name for himself achieving solutions through the art of compromise, must be rolling in his grave these days.In this technologically isolating world, we as a people have become so sharply divided... Read more

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