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FISCAL COURT: Conservation District funding denied; funds transferred to jail account

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By Ron Benningfield

LaRue County Fiscal Court reappointed Lisa DeWitt and Anita Laha to the LaRue County Public Libraryís board of trustees as magistrates met Oct. 25 at the courthouse in Hodgenville.

The two people, recommended by the Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives, will serve four-year terms that will expire June 30, 2015.

The court renewed its health insurance plan with Anthem. Tommy Turner, county judge-executive, said the premiums, which the county cost shares with employees, had increased about 12 percent.


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