Education Gets Historic Lift in Gov. Beshear’s Budget

Governor Steve Beshear


Investment in education, children means deep cuts to many agencies

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Saying Kentucky needs to lead, not cower, Governor Steve Beshear on Tuesday unveiled a two-year budget proposal that combines harsh cuts and strategic borrowing to create funding for historic proposals that support Kentucky’s schools and workforce.

Secretary Grimes Reminds Candidates Filing Deadline is January 28, 2014

Alison Lundergan Grimes

Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes is reminding potential candidates that they must file their candidacy papers by 4 p.m., local time at the place of filing, on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, in order to be placed on the ballot for the May 20 Primary Election.

Candidates for the following public offices must file with the Secretary of State’s office:

Frankfort Inside Out

The halls of the capitol annex were buzzing with activity as legislators convened for the second week of the 2014 Kentucky General Assembly. With over 300 bills already filed, committees gathered to hear some of the legislators’ top priorities, with few even passing the full House or Senate. But the real activity of this year’s legislative session will come in the form of the state budget.

From the Editor - Today's lack of news updates

Editor Ron Curry



Manchester, Ky.- There's been a lot of interesting news today, however here at ClayCoNews we must yield to all the other news media due to the testing of our Publisher and CEO Brenda Kay's new online radio station with our global contacts in locations all around the world for most of the day.


(ANNAPOLIS, MD) – The temperatures are down, but the tents are up as final preparations are being made for Maryland’s largest and most unusual outdoor winter events set to occur this Friday and Saturday at Sandy Point State Park.


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