The Jones Fork mine near Mousie in Knott County is owned by Kentucky Fuel Corp., which was delinquent on 2013 taxes that initially totaled more than $335,249 in Knott County alone
The Jones Fork mine near Mousie in Knott County is owned by Kentucky Fuel Corp., which was delinquent on 2013 taxes that initially totaled more than $335,249 in Knott County alone
The Jones Fork mine near Mousie in Knott County is owned by Kentucky Fuel Corp., which was delinquent on 2013 taxes that initially totaled more than $335,249 in Knott County alone

Part Three: Thousands shirk tax bills, and Kentucky schools pay the price

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Shortchanging Our Schools

A quarter-century after statewide education reform, some Kentucky communities and their elected officials — school boards, sheriffs, property valuation administrators and county attorneys — aren’t doing all they can to fund local schools, a Herald-Leader investigation found.

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March 01, 2015 12:00 AM