- Local News
Judge denies renewed motion to dismiss Rosen lawsuit
A judge has refused to dismiss a former Boyd district and circuit judge’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a law that affects his ability to run for re-election this fall.
In an order entered on Friday, Franklin Circuit Judge Thomas D. Wingate denied a renewed motion to dismiss by current Boyd Circuit Judge George W. Davis III, an intervening respondent in the suit filed in January by Marc I. Rosen.
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- Concrete pouring at Putnam
- Unique races for Carter magistrates
- Martin County marks 50 years since LBJ visit
- Judge denies renewed motion to dismiss Rosen lawsuit
- Local Sports
Ashland woman develops pregnancy journals for mom, dad
An Ashland woman has a way of helping parents everywhere.
Wendy Sparks, 47, wrote The journals, which are for parents to keep for themselves and their children during pregnancy.
- 04/18/2014 — What's Happening
- 'Uplifting people'
- Jeremy McComb enjoys Tri-State's limelight
- Ashland woman develops pregnancy journals for mom, dad
By a thread
It took some last-minute political maneuvering by State Rep. Tanya Pullin, D-South Shore and some skilled wheeling and dealing to prevent a bill important to AK Steel in Ashland from ending up on the scrapheap of the 2014 Kentucky General Assembly.
- Along the river
- Good opportunity
- What's next?
- 'Waited too long'
- By a thread
Mark Maynard: Boston full of spirit, emotion: 04/24/14
It’s funny how when you get out of your comfort zone — be it where you live or what you’re doing in life — you see things so differently.
- John Cannon: New knee brings all new pains: 04/24/14
- Tim Preston: Tygart Creek trip offers new friends, breathtaking views: 04/23/14
- Taking the risk
- Lee Ward: Earth day theme strikes the food world: 4/11/14
- Mark Maynard: Boston full of spirit, emotion: 04/24/14
- College Basketball
Another amazing finish
Kentucky defeated Wisconsin 74-73 in the national semifinals on Saturday night, winning again on a late 3-pointer from Aaron Harrison. The Wildcats play for their ninth championship on Monday night against Connecticut.
- Kentucky freshmen against UConn comeback players
- Kentucky took the hard way to verge of Final Four
- Seldom-used Hood plays different roles at Kentucky
- NCAA TOURNAMENT: Cats, Cardinals both play Friday night at 9:40
- Another amazing finish
- CNHI News Service Originals
Fired coach unjustly accused of visiting porn sites
The president of Minnesota State University-Mankato accused a football coach of looking at Internet porn on a work computer before firing him, an arbitrator has revealed. The official said the claim could not be supported, and the coach shouldn't have been fired.
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- Fired coach unjustly accused of visiting porn sites