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September 22, 2012 DON'T fight the Fed , the saying goes. In the current circumstances, with the Federal Reserve using monetary policy to try to spur economic growth, the adage implies that investors should go with the flow by betting on stocks.
Vogel, Henderson Are politicians in Washington really interested in paying down the national debt?...Seems to me they are only interested in allocating money to projects they think will get (buy) them votes. What other reason would Senator Mitch
Keileen Chappell scored four touchdowns in Henderson County's 53-16 rout of Apollo on Friday, but the biggest play of the night for the senior was an 87-yard kickoff return that slammed the door on the Eagles' glimmer of momentum. Apollo (1-3) had
Approximately 40 employers and postsecondary schools from across the region will be on hand to discuss career and training opportunities at the Green River Area Development District's 2012 Regional Career & Job Fair in Owensboro next Tuesday...
Henderson County upset 12th-ranked Daviess County 2-1 Thursday night on the road to give the soccer Lady Colonels their second win of the season and their first over the Lady Panthers since 2008. Henderson County (2-4-1) was shorthanded because of
At the August joint board meeting of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Kentucky was referred to as the "Greece of the United States." That painful description was brought to light by Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President David Adkisson when he
Ellada Hadjisavva grew up on the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea just east of Greece. On an island where tourism is the main source of income and speaking English was the key to getting a good job, Hadjisavva's father encouraged all his
Contributed rendering / Bluegrass Music Museum The city has approved a $3 million grant for the proposed International Bluegrass Music Center in downtown Owensboro, Ky., contingent on the International Bluegrass Music Museum's ability to raise
Stanley in western Daviess County today, and motorists are urged to use the Audubon Parkway for traveling between Henderson and Owensboro, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. CSX Transportation will be performing rail crossing work at
The federal case against 10 people accused of operating a drug pipeline from Georgia to Henderson reached its conclusion last week with the final defendant being sentenced in U.S...Henderson resident Mikeal Luckett, 38, was sentenced Thursday to 120