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Pray Greg Runs So We Can Get A Better Mayor

December 17th, 2012 by admin · 2 Comments

We’re closer and closer to hitting our goal and launching our new project. Consider helping make that happen because it’s so close we can taste it. [Support Our New Project!]

Authorities believe they have found the remains of a Southern Indiana teenager, missing since September. Police discovered what is believed to be Ethan Bennett’s silver Jaguar [Friday] night with a body inside. [WDRB]

An alternative energy company looking to build multiple energy beet-to-biofuel plants in Kentucky recently became the first corporation to join the Kentucky Hemp Growers Cooperative Association. Although federal rules currently prohibit the growth of hemp in the U.S., Patriot Bioenergy Corp. sees value in industrial hemp for biomass blending with bituminous coal for power generation as well as a possible cellulosic feedstock for biofuels. [Biomass Magazine]

Over the past few years police have been working and training to be prepared in the event a shooter ever enters a local school. [WHAS11]

Who wouldn’t love for Greg Fischer to try running for the U.S. Senate again? He’d likely lose even harder to another Democrat than he did in 2008. Primarily because he’s now got a record to run against that’s even worse (if you can imagine) than what he already had against him. [WFPL]

Investigators returned the scene where the vehicle of missing Clark County teenager was discovered. [WAVE3]

Greg Fischer presented his proposal for a local-option sales tax to the Metro Council on Thursday and got a positive reception from several Republicans who signaled their possible support. [C-J/AKN]

Family and friends hope reward posters posted on Saturday will lead to an arrest in the shooting death of a father of seven. [WLKY]

You’ll want to pay close attention to this, folks. Fifty years ago, lanky, loquacious Harry Monroe Caudill of Letcher County climbed onto the national stage and tapped the microphone. [H-L]

The Louisville Free Public Library and University of Louisville have started a College Shop at the Shawnee branch library, 3912 W. Broadway. [Business First]

With three houses left to rebuild, the initial construction phase of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program in New Albany is winding down, and city officials are considering what will happen next. [News & Tribune]

John Yarmuth will hold a presser at 10:00 A.M. this morning to discuss gun violence. [Press Release]

Tags: Bad Behavior · Death · Greg Fischer · Guns · Housing · Indiana · John Yarmuth · Library · Metro Council · Police · University of Louisville

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Gil // Dec 17, 2012 at 8:16 pm

    Ironic since it takes the part time swat teams over an hour to respond to anything.

  • 2 jack // Dec 17, 2012 at 8:28 pm

    Greg isn’t going anywhere. His base loves the job he’s doing. I’m not talking about big contributors but the working class voters. They love him.

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