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‘Get in the Game’ campaign asks LouisvilleKY community to be part of collecting delinquent child support local kids

  County Attorney’s list has netted $15.2 million in last 11 years Louisville, Ky., – Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell previewed the annual publication of delinquent child support obligors Thursday that will be printed in The Courier-Journal on Sunday, September 17 and available online the same day. The office’s Child Support Division has collected a total of $15.2 million, sent wage withholding orders to 11,450 employers and found 18,911 new addresses that are directly attributable to the lists printed each year since 2005. This year’s theme is “Get in the Game. When Adults Pay, Kids Win.” “Everyone in Jefferson County…

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Edward Lee added to Louisville’s Louder than Life lineup

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – LOUDER THAN LIFE continues expanding its weekend-long rock music, camping and Gourmet Man Food experience with the addition of celebrity chef Edward Lee (Food Network’s “Iron Chef,” Bravo’s “Top Chef”), a Louisville resident who’s spent a decade honing his vision at 610 Magnolia.  The rock and camping festival, set for October 3 and 4 at Champions Park in Louisville, Kentucky, will feature Lee’s cooking demonstrations along with chef Tom Coghill (Food Network’s “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives”). Festival producers also announced Tito’s Handmade Vodka as the official vodka of LOUDER THAN LIFE. Attendees will have an opportunity to…

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Owe your kid child support? Now, all of Louisville knows after release of 10th Annual Delinquent Child Support list

Louisville, Ky., – For the 10th year in a row, Jefferson County Attorney Mike O’Connell has printed the list of delinquent child support obligors in The Louisville Courier-Journal. This year’s list can be found in the Sunday, August 30th, edition, or The full list can be found online here. In the 10 years of printing this list, both in the insert and on the website, the Child Support Division has collected $13.6 million, sent wage withholding orders to 9,432 employers and found 16,357 new addresses. “Each year, the community has stepped up to help us track down those who are not…