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The Winchester SunThe Clark County Attorney’s Office provided a boost to the Fiscal Court’s budget on Wednesday by contributing more than $48,000 in reimbursement and excess fees from 2010. County Attorney Brian Thomas announced that a $23,800 check will...
The Winchester SunWinchester Municipal Utilities plans to investigate complaints this morning of errant blasting and unprofessional conduct by contractors at the site for the new sewer treatment plant on Boonesboro Road. The WMU Commission received stern comments from...
The Winchester SunWinchester Municipal Utilities completed more than $3.5 million in water and sewer infrastructure upgrades in 2010, and officials are planning nearly $39 million in capital upgrades this year, according to a report Tuesday. WMU General Manager Mike...
Tags: Environmental Politics, Health, Justice System, Kentucky, Rivers
Prayer service today Winchester’s annual Community Prayer Service will be at 10 a.m. today at Emmanuel Episcopal Church on Lexington Avenue and is open to the public. Elected officials will be praying for police, firefighters and other emergency...
The Winchester SunWinchester Municipal Utilities is preparing to launch a new program this summer that governs how capacity in its sanitary sewer system is allocated to new development. The Capacity Assurance Program is one of numerous measures that are mandated under...
BROOKINGS - Aberdeen Central's boys' tennis team won two of three duals Saturday at the Brookings Quadrangular. The Golden Eagles recorded a 7-2 win over the hosts, handed Yankton an 8-1 setback and narrowly lost to Huron by a 5-4 margin. Against...
Tags: Health, Bursitis, Basketball, Physical Conditions, Sports
It took a little late tournament drama, but Watertown managed to defend its Eastern South Dakota Conference Tennis Tournament title at the Northern State and Holgate Courts on Friday. The Arrows won the final match of a windy and chilly day to deny...
Tags: Drew Peterson, Multi-Sport Events, Sports
The Winchester SunResidents of the Holiday Hills neighborhood could have a single-stream curbside recycling program as soon as August. Paul Rodgers, vice chairman of the Winchester Municipal Utilities Board of Commissioners, spoke before the Winchester Board of...
SIOUX FALLS - Aberdeen Central foreign exchange student Riccardo Deambrogio moved into the semifinals after picking up a pair of singles victories during the first day of the State Tennis Tournament on Thursday. Deambrogio of Italy won his first match...
Palmer Engineering has been tapped by Winchester Municipal Utilities officials to begin studying the Lower Howards Creek Watershed to determine what projects might be feasible to complete in the area in the future. The WMU Board of Commissioners...
SIOUX FALLS - The South Dakota boys' state tennis tournament completed the second day with Sioux Falls O'Gorman still leading. The Knights totaled 632 points after Friday's action. Sioux Falls Washington held down second place with 522 points....
SIOUX FALLS - Sioux Falls O'Gorman dominated the South Dakota boys' state tennis tournament from start to finish. The Knights lost just one match during the three-day tournament and won their third straight tennis title on Saturday with 770 points....
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