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Where’s The Reward $ For West End Murders?

December 2nd, 2013 · 1 Comment

The family of a Louisville man gathered today in his memory, three years after his murder. [WDRB] Joe Gerth is right that Mary Woolridge is a leftover turkey. Refusing to vote to remove a corrupt hack because of their race is about as low as low can go. [C-J/AKN] The Jefferson County Coroner has identified [...]

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Tags: Advertising · Bad Behavior · Charity · Death · Guns · Health Care · Hype · Indiana · Ohio River Bridges · Polls · Taxes · University of Louisville · West End

Fancy Ad Special To Help Make You Money

November 30th, 2013 · Comments Off

Small businesses in Kentucky (and even Indiana) often try to advertise on Page One and The ‘Ville Voice but can’t hit our rates. So we’re going to work on that. Now through the end of the year: small businesses, organizations, causes, et al can pick up a weekly ad for $100. Since we’re feeling lucky? [...]

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Tags: Advertising · Business

Last Call For Pre-Election Advertising Contracts

October 26th, 2012 · Comments Off

Last call. If you’ve got an ad in, owe a balance or wish to get an ad it, it must be done by the close of business today.

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Tags: Advertising

New Advertising Slots Opening Up Today

August 23rd, 2012 · Comments Off

We’ve got a couple advertisers that aren’t able to meet their contract this year so we’re opening up a few advertising slots on Page One and The ‘Ville Voice. Get in touch with us if you’re interested in advertising because the general election is coming up.

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Tags: Advertising

Have You Been To The Kentucky State Fair Lately?

August 23rd, 2012 · Comments Off

The City of Hillview was hit Tuesday with an $11.4 million judgment in in Bullitt County Circuit Court over a long-running property dispute with a truck-driving school. [C-J/AKN] All eyes were on the skies as people watched in awe of two performers on 90-foot sway poles. It was just one of the many attractions at [...]

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Tags: Advertising · Business · Crime · Legal · Metro Council · Mitch McConnell · Politics

Really Compassionate With All Those Murders

June 25th, 2012 · 5 Comments

New information made public by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this week suggests that the Louisville area could violate the agency’s new standard for fine particles and soot when it is put in place later this year. [C-J/AKN] Did you hear? Another person was shot dead in Louisville because it’s such a compassionate city. [FOX41] [...]

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Tags: Advertising · Bad Behavior · Business · Death · Economy · Health Care · Indiana · Metro Council · Oops · Polls · West End

Holiday World Advertising Is So Perfectly Timed

June 21st, 2012 · 3 Comments

Could this Kentucky Kingdom-Holiday World thing have had better timing? It all coincided with the warm season… and a monster uptick in Holiday World advertising on every television station in the region. Seems like every five seconds there’s a Holiday World spot. Months of free press for something positive (the opening of Kentucky Kingdom… but [...]

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Tags: Advertising · Hype · Kentucky Kingdom

Let’s Give Cordish Cos All Of Downtown Louisville

May 9th, 2012 · 4 Comments

Jeffersonville’s City Council and Clarksville’s Town Council approved resolutions at separate meetings Monday night urging federal transportation officials to expedite construction of the easter(sic) bridge and postpone the downtown bridge construction until there are alternatives to charging tolls on that span. [C-J/AKN] Maybe Downtown Louisville wouldn’t be in such a sorry state if all of [...]

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Tags: Advertising · Downtown · Indiana · Jerry Abramson · Lexington · Metro Government · MSD · Ohio River Bridges · State Government · Taxes · Transparency · WAVE

Media Now Silent On Greg’s Corrupt Shenanigans

December 12th, 2011 · Comments Off

If the person committing the campaign finance violations/crimes Greg Fischer and his team are responsible for with the bait-and-switch they pulled with funds from people like Bruce Lunsford and Ed Hart had been a Republican? The editorial board would have already firebombed their house. With Greg Fischer, it’s completely ignored and swept under the rug. [...]

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Tags: Advertising · Bad Behavior · Economy · Education · Greg Fischer · Indiana · JCPS · Metro Council · Metro Government · Newspaper · Ohio River Bridges · State Government · Steve Beshear

Former JCPS Supe In Some Indiana Hot Water

November 28th, 2011 · 4 Comments

Just a reminder – we nixed an advertising contract with an absolutely horrible person (click the link to find out why) and need to fill the gap. Get on board, folks. Reach the tons of eyes that see our sites every day. [Click the Clicky] Of course Greg Fischer’s merger “task force” was a farce. [...]

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Tags: Advertising · Business · Charity · Dining · Education · Greg Fischer · Indiana · Lexington · Metro Government · Newspaper · Oops · State Government

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