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Government

  • Senior center will honor judge-executive, former magistrate for service

    His name’s already on a plaque inside the county’s senior activity center, but soon, the outgoing judge-executive will have his name somewhere a little larger – the side of the building.
    At a recent fiscal court meeting, Deputy Judge-Executive Paula Gish announced to the court the intention of the county to put Judge-Executive Duane Murner’s name on the county’s senior center activity building.

  • Talk of nepotism seems relative to Voegele’s deputy-judge appointment

    Amid support for the decision and cries of nepotism and neglecting the voters’ voices, judge-executive elect David Voegele recently announced his choice for his second-in-command when he takes office in January.
    Voegele recently announced his decision to appoint his brother-in-law – and former judge-executive – John Black to the deputy judge-executive position.
    Residents seem to be conflicted on the decision with many saying they support Voegele’s choice and look forward to Black’s community service again.

  • Black headed back to judge-executive's office

    He served nine years as Oldham County Judge-Executive, eight years as La Grange mayor and he’s been David Voegele’s brother-in-law more than 35 years.
    Voegele announced recently he’s selected La Grange resident John Black to serve as deputy judge-executive when Voegele takes office in January.