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Tax impact of Greater Clark Schools referendum plan revealed - News and Tribune: News

newsandtribune.com — "We need to take action fairly quickly," Melin said. Melin emphasized that the 2016 district rate would be consistent with those from the 2014 rate paid this year. The tax rate within the district did drop about 13 cents per $100 from $1.06 for 2014 to about 93 cents this year, due to overall assessments increasing for the first time in five years.
May 19, 2015

RT @newsandtribune: Tax impact of Greater Clark Schools referendum plan revealed newsandtribune.com/news/tax-impac…

Clark County election recount favoring Popp

courier-journal.com — Clark County's ongoing recount for the Circuit Court Clerk's office has seen a dramatic swing from election night results, with Democratic candidate Susan Popp now ahead of Republican Kelly Harrod, who was previously declared the winner.
Dec 11, 2014

Dramatic shift in #ClarkCountyIN election recount, swinging in Susan Popp's favor. cjky.it/1DhwqMr

Dec 11, 2014

Ballot readers #ClarkCountyIN has had since 1995 work best with these. More about its #recount cjky.it/1DhwqMr pic.twitter.com/G05e8kHeqN

Dec 12, 2014

Recount swing from #GOP to #Dems mainly due to Dem voters using pencils or pens that are unreadable by #oldtechnology cjky.it/1DhwqMr

Dec 17, 2014

Only one recount commission member here, Greg Isgrigg, who doubts there'll be a final result today. Previous story cjky.it/1DhwqMr

Clarksville judge resigning after DUI arrest

courier-journal.com — Clarksville Town Court Judge Mickey Weber will resign from his post at the end of the year after admitting that alcohol impaired his judgment and he made an irresponsible decision when he was pulled over for a DUI in January. "As an elected official, I should have known better," said Weber, 32, who will resign from his post effective Dec.
Dec 10, 2014

Clarksville judge resigning after DUI: “As an elected official, I should have known better." cjky.it/1DbsUDj

Dec 11, 2014

Judge resigning after DUI sparked by "too many" beers at #Louisville's Headliners Music Hall cjky.it/16adTmN pic.twitter.com/fy1swSCVcE

Death penalty sought in Indiana cannibalism case

courier-journal.com — Clark County Prosecutor Steve Stewart has filed his intent to seek the death penalty against confessed cannibal Joseph Oberhansley. Oberhansley, 33, is accused of killing his 46-year-old former girlfriend Tammy Jo Blanton before he ate parts of her brain, heart and a lung.
Dec 09, 2014

Front of victim's skull "appeared to have been crushed and brain tissue appeared scattered around the bathtub." cjky.it/12nUJr7

Dec 09, 2014

RT @courierjournal: Prosecutor to seek death penalty for Jeffersonville cannibal cjky.it/12nUJr7 via @c_write #Indiana

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S. Indiana voter turnout exceeds state average

courier-journal.com — A greater percentage of registered voters in Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties cast ballots for the November midterm election than most voters in other parts of Indiana.
Dec 03, 2014

#Election2014 voter turnout in Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties higher than #Indiana average cjky.it/15PiA5h pic.twitter.com/37xLpU4N5k

Dec 09, 2014

Jay County did not have IN's highest #voterturnout rate, according to amended numbers from @SecretaryLawson's office cjky.it/15PiA5h

Ind. school board member pleads guilty to theft

courier-journal.com — Teresa Bottorff-Perkins, a school board member for Greater Clark County School Corp., pleaded guilty to a D-felony charge of shoplifting Monday in a Tennessee courtroom. Williamson County Circuit Court Judge Michael Binkley sentenced Perkins, 66, to four years of probation. She must also pay $1,402.77 in restitution by Dec.
Dec 02, 2014

Greater Clark school board member Teresa Perkins gets probation after pleading guilty to shoplifting in Tenn. cjky.it/1vf1zpy

Dec 02, 2014

RT @c_write: Greater Clark school board member Teresa Perkins gets probation after pleading guilty to shoplifting in Tenn. cjky.it/1vf1zpy

Dec 03, 2014

School board member on probation after pleading guilty to shoplifting: "I suffer from severe depression." cjky.it/1vf1zpy #INedchat

Clark County Clerk recount process begins

courier-journal.com — The process to begin the recount for the Clark County Circuit Court Clerk position started Monday afternoon with the two major political parties agreeing that Senior Judge Cile Blau will oversee the three-person commission charged with tallying votes after reviewing ballots by hand.

Amazon warehouse abuzz on Cyber Monday

courier-journal.com — Last year on Cyber Monday - the e-commerce alternative to Black Friday - more than 420 items were ordered per second on Amazon.com, leading it set a sales record of 36.8 million items. And company officials are projecting an 18 percent increase this year, spokeswoman Michelle Taylerson said.

Teen girl shot dead, another injured in Russell

courier-journal.com — A teenage girl was fatally shot in the 600 block of S. 24th Street about 6:30 p.m. Saturday, said Dwight Mitchell, a Louisville Metro Police spokesman. A teenage girl was fatally shot in the 600 block of S. 24th Street about 6:30 p.m. Saturday, said Dwight Mitchell, a Louisville Metro Police spokesman.
Nov 29, 2014

More about tonight's fatal shootings that claimed the life of a teenage girl in #Louisville's Russell neighborhood cjky.it/1pARZkQ

Nov 30, 2014

RT @kirstenlmclark: As of 11:30 a.m., no updates in Saturday's Russell homicide, says LMPD spox. cjky.it/1xXFMEO

Nov 30, 2014

RT @kirstenlmclark: Victim of last night's Russell homicide identified as 16-year-old Shavon Ross. cjky.it/1xXFMEO @courierjournal

Former Kentucky Judge Henry Meigs dies at 93

courier-journal.com — Former Franklin Circuit Judge Henry Meigs II, an ace World War II pilot who helped champion judicial reform in Kentucky, died Friday night at Episcopal Church Home in Louisville. He was 93. Keith Runyon, a family friend who retired as The Courier-Journal's opinion page editor, characterized the New York native Meigs as an "architect of modern court system in Kentucky."
Nov 29, 2014

Former #Kentucky Judge Henry Meigs, who helped reform state judicial system, dies at 93 cjky.it/1rGATnc pic.twitter.com/W9fy90zbYx

Nov 29, 2014

RT @c_write: Former #Kentucky Judge Henry Meigs, who helped reform state judicial system, dies at 93 cjky.it/1rGATnc pic.twitter.com/W9fy90zbYx

Nov 30, 2014

Former Franklin Circuit Judge Henry Meigs II dies at 93 cjky.it/1rGATnc via @courierjournal

Dec 05, 2014

ICYMI: Obit of former Kentucky judge who advocated for making judicial system nonpartisan cjky.it/1rGATnc pic.twitter.com/W9fy90zbYx

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