October 18 on News Stands Wednesday!

October 18 on News Stands Wednesday!

10-18-17

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Daniel Boone National Forest

U.S.Forest Service at Daniel Boone National Forest has announced a temporary closure of Little Double Recreation Area, Clay County. In the interest of public safety, the fishing pond and picnic area behind the Redbird Ranger District office is temporarily closed to public use due to logging operations nearby. Little Double will reopen once logging activities are completed and heavy vehicle traffic in this area is no longer required.


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KRTA STATEMENT ON PENSION PROPOSAL

The Kentucky Retired Teachers Association (KRTA) looks forward to carefully reviewing Governor Bevin’s pension reform proposal discussed at a press conference this morning. We appreciate that policymakers have listened to our concerns and have indicated their willingness to keep their commitment to retired educators. However, it is unclear how the proposed reforms could possibly be enacted in a way that is legal and financially sound. Based on the outlined provided, the math just doesn’t seem to add up. KRTA has not taken any position on any possible reforms. Once a full proposal emerges, we look forward to working with lawmakers to provide our input.


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Plan to Save Kentucky’s Pensions

Gov. Matt Bevin, together with Senate President Robert Stivers and House Speaker Jeff Hoover, unveiled “Keeping the Promise” — a comprehensive plan to save Kentucky’s ailing public pension systems. Gov. Bevin will call the General Assembly into special session in the coming weeks to pass into law these much-needed reforms.

“Our state’s pension systems are among the worst-funded in the country,” said Senate President Stivers. “In order to move these systems forward along the path to solvency, bold action is required. The framework that we have in place for a pension reform bill is morally right, fiscally responsible, and legally defensible. I thank Governor Bevin, Speaker Hoover, and all my colleagues in the Legislature for their help and support throughout this process, and I look forward to hearing feedback from constituents and moving forward in the coming weeks.”

Commonwealth of Kentucky Governor’s Office Press Release


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The Mousetrap

Simon Robinson a sophomore from Oneida will be playing the part of Christopher Wren during the University of the Cumberlands (UC) presentation of The Mousetrap, a thrilling murder-mystery by Agatha Christie at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 26-28, and 2:00 p.m. on Oct. 29. At Kohn Theater, and tickets are on sale now. For those craving more than costumes and candy this Halloween, tickets cost $10 for adults, $5 for students, and are free to all UC students, faculty, and staff. To pick up tickets, visit the Kohn Theater during typical business hours or call 606-539-4535.


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