Louisville news: When in trouble, call a Clinton edition [News]

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  • "Former President Bill Clinton, whom a recent national poll said is the most popular politician in America, is scheduled to come to Kentucky on Monday to campaign for Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Jack Conway." [Bluegrass Politics]
  • "City crews were working Wednesday to put up permanent barrier signs at the Claremont Avenue railroad crossing on Frankfort Avenue in Crescent Hill. The crossing was closed to maintain the railroad 'quiet zone' — which prevents trains from blowing their horns — through Clifton and Crescent Hill." [Courier-Journal]
  • "In its latest crackdown on pollution from coal mining in Appalachia, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has objected to 11 Kentucky water discharge permits, saying they fail to protect eastern Kentucky waterways from further degradation." [Courier-Journal]
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Travel news/travel buzz editor at MapQuest. Previously, I was a freelance writer, contributing to The Wall Street Journal, Air Canada's enRoute, Eater, USA Today, Condé Nast Traveller, BlackBook, Curbed, Gridskipper, Deadspin, and Fox News. I also was the founding editor of Eater Louisville and the director of content and editorial strategy for Louisville.com.
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