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Did You Know MSD Is Spending $50M On That?

July 10th, 2013 by admin · 1 Comment

It covers 162 miles, and parts of it are so polluted the pathogens in it could make you sick. MSD is spending $50 million in an effort to clean up Floyd’s Fork. [WDRB]

Wondering why Mitch McConnell’s U.S. Senate campaign thinks it’s easy to co-opt/scare/brainwash Southeast Christian Church into doing what it wants? [Page One]

Police are investigating a homicide in the Hallmark Neighborhood after a man was found shot to death in front of a house in the 1800 block of Dixdale Avenue. [WHAS11]

Whether we like it or not, Kentucky’s dependence on electricity generated by coal-fired plants will decrease in the next decade and a half, according to Dr. Len Peters, Secretary of the Energy and Environment Cabinet. [Ronnie Ellis]

A man is dead after crashing his motorcycle into a home. It happened just before 2 a.m. in the 3400 block of Gladden Drive, off Bashford Manor Lane. [WLKY]

Kentucky’s top energy official told a legislative committee Tuesday that President Barack Obama’s climate change policy could increase electricity prices significantly and hurt the state’s coal and manufacturing industries. [H-L]

When the traffic stops at the intersection of US 42 and the Gene Snyder Freeway it’s only a matter of minutes before the peaceful sounds of nature turn into an explosion disrupting the land. [WAVE3]

Worried that planners have underestimated the impact on their quality of life as the Ohio River Bridges Project gets more under way, New Albany officials plan to seek federal money to study whether the city needs to alter its traffic patterns. [C-J/AKN]

The principal at one of Louisville’s lowest achieving schools is leaving the position for an education organization located in Washington D.C. [WFPL]

The number of admissions at Horseshoe Southern Indiana, the Ohio River casino closest to Louisville, was 166,708 in June, an 11 percent decrease from the 186,682 admissions recorded in June 2012, according to figures newly released from the Indiana Gaming Commission. [Business First]

New Albany City Councilman Dan Coffey continued his scrutiny Tuesday of the agency in charge of the $6.7 million Neighborhood Stabilization Program. [News & Tribune]

Tags: Death · Gambling · Indiana · JCPS · Ohio River Bridges · Religion · Water

1 response so far ↓

  • 1 Cavemouse // Jul 11, 2013 at 11:23 am

    Dan Coffey is all about money. He cannot possibly understand a program that does not make money. All you need to do is spend an evening at his auction house to understand, complete with temper tantrums.

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