Princeton

Government
4:55 pm
Wed September 19, 2012

Princeton City Council Hears First Reading of the Alcohol Ordinance

The Princeton City Council has passed the first reading of an alcohol ordinance. City residents voted in August to go wet. The proposed measure allows businesses to sell alcohol from 7 a.m. to midnight, except on Sunday.

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Restoration & Preservation
11:51 am
Mon September 17, 2012

2012 Kentucky Historic Preservation Conference Comes to Princeton This Week

The 2012 Kentucky Historic Preservation Conference begins this week in of Princeton.

The two-day conference will include sessions on selling historic properties, best practices for preserving endangered historic sites and converting schools and other public buildings into affordable housing.

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Environment
1:55 pm
Wed September 5, 2012

Princeton Shuts Down Water to Locate Leak

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UPDATE 10 PM: The water main has been repaired, restoring service to around 2,ooo households in Princeton. Water Department Finance Director Tracy Muscove says a boil water order is in effect until further notice. She says it will probably be lifted some time on Friday. 

Roadway access has also been restored to the KY 139/KY 293 truck route through Princeton, according to KYTC public information officer Keith Todd.

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Government
8:21 am
Fri August 31, 2012

KY airports receive federal grants for upgrades

Princeton’s airport is among the nine across Kentucky are receiving a share of grants totaling $2 million from the Federal Aviation Administration.  Governor Steve Beshear announced the grants Thursday.  The Princeton-Caldwell County Airport will receive $105,000 for runway, taxiway, and runway lighting improvements.  Beshear says the money will help keep the state's airports safe.

Business
9:44 am
Thu August 23, 2012

Princeton Studies Other Cities’ Liquor Laws

Princeton City Council members are studying how two other western Kentucky cities have implemented their local option laws allowing alcohol sales. 

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Morning Cram
11:02 am
Wed August 8, 2012

Morning Cram [Sinai Extremely Dangerous Edition]

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From NPR:  Situation In Sinai Is "Extremely Dangerous" As Egypt Moves Against Militants.  

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Politics
8:57 am
Wed August 8, 2012

Princeton & Sturgis Wet/Dry Vote

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Voters in Princeton and one precinct in Sturgis, in Union County, have decided to go wet. Caldwell County Clerk Toni Watson says the measure allowing liquor-by-the-drink in restaurants and the sale of packaged liquor passed yesterday by nearly 200 votes. Watson says businesses can apply for the proper license after 60 days.  

The 2nd precinct in Sturgis passed a measure to sell wine and beer by just 14 votes. Precincts 1 and 3 chose to remain dry.  Portions of Union County are already wet  so county clerk Trey Peak expects sales in precinct two to begin in about thirty days.

Society
7:09 pm
Tue August 7, 2012

Princeton & Sturgis Vote to Allow Alcohol Sales

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Princeton's wet/dry vote passed, allowing alcoholic drinks to be sold in restaurants, as well as in packages at stores. County Clerk Toni Watson says that business owners must wait 60 days before applying for a license to sell alcohol in Caldwell County.

  • Yes 1167
  • No 972

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Society
11:49 am
Tue August 7, 2012

Princeton sees high vote turnout for wet/dry vote

Caldwell County's Clerk says a high number of Princeton voters are casting their ballots on a local option election to allow alcohol sales in the city. If passed, Princeton’s measure would allow packages sales in the city as well as restaurant sales. County Clerk Toni Watson says the turnout so far today is much higher than it was for the state primaries in May. Sturgis, Kentucky residents are also voting today to allow the sale of wine and beer in the dry areas of Union County. Polls in both counties close at 6pm.

Government
3:27 pm
Mon August 6, 2012

Princeton & Sturgis Alcohol Vote

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Residents of both Princeton and Sturgis Kentucky  go to the polls tomorrow to decide the fate of alcohol sales in their cities.

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