Members of Auburn's Amish population have risked fines and jail time fighting back against ordinances requiring buggy emblems and collection bags for large animals.

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After years of running afoul of the city ordinance requiring large animals to wear collection bags for their droppings, members of Auburn’s Am…

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RUSSELLVILLE — Jail time was averted, at least for now, by an Amish father and son who refuse to pay fines for violating an Auburn city ordina…

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RUSSELLVILLE — An Amish father and son accused of violating a local ordinance requiring large animal owners to clean up after their animals wa…

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RUSSELLVILLE — Eight men from an Auburn Amish community will find out next month whether the citations they received for driving slow-moving v…

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A proposal to change the state law regulating emblems on slow-moving vehicles earned swift passage through the Kentucky Senate last week and h…

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A state Senate committee gave a favorable reading Wednesday to a bill that would change the law requiring slow-moving vehicles to carry a tria…

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RUSSELLVILLE - An Amish man who was briefly jailed after he refused to provide his name to a policeman who stopped him in Auburn pleaded not g…

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RUSSELLVILLE — The trials of five members of Logan County’s Amish community who were cited for driving their horse-drawn buggies without a slo…

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