A Different Pension Debate Continues

A Different Pension Debate Continues As the pension debate continues to be a hot topic in Frankfort, public records reveal that some part-time current and former lawmakers have large pensions. The Herald-Leader reports that a pension-sweetening law, passed by the General Assembly in 2005, allows nearly two dozen past and present legislators to get…

Ft. Campbell Welcomes Home Soldiers

Ft. Campbell Welcomes Home Soldiers Fort Campbell plans two welcome home ceremonies this week for more than 300 soldiers who are due to return to the Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee line. The post says in a statement that ceremonies will be held on Feb. 11 and Feb. 15 for soldiers assigned to “Task…

Ft. Campbell Welcomes Homes Soldiers

Ft. Campbell Welcomes Homes Soldiers Fort Campbell plans two welcome home ceremonies this week for more than 300 soldiers who are due to return to the Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee line. The post says in a statement that ceremonies will be held on Feb. 11 and Feb. 15 for soldiers assigned to “Task…

Pratt Mountain Rd. Closed

Pratt Mountain Rd. Closed Officials with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet say a break in the roadway currently has Highway 1165, also known as Pratt Mountain Road, closed. A transportation engineer supervisor says with all the rain that we’ve been having lately, the excessive runoff has caused a lot of issues. Officials say the break…

KY Teacher Receives Milken Award

KY Teacher Receives Milken Award A Frankfort teacher was presented a large check Monday to recognize her leadership and excellence.Angie Beavin, a fifth grade teacher at Peaks Mill Elementary, is the recipient of the Milken Educator Award and therefore $25,000 richer.The school gathered for an assembly to surprise the teacher, who didn’t know she…