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Commissioner urges Kentuckians to support local farmers, businesses

FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) is announcing two new web pages for consumers to support ... Read more | Add your comment

Cameron issues subpoenas for price gouging

FRANKFORT – Attorney General Daniel Cameron issued subpoenas to six third-party sellers in Kentucky who used Amazon’s online ... Read more | Add your comment

MEDIC Regional Blood Center update

MEDIC stats as of March 26: To date, MEDIC has had 85 drives cancel with an estimated loss ... Read more | Add your comment

Cameron warns of charity and Medicaid scams related to COVID-19

FRANKFORT – Attorney General Daniel Cameron warned Kentuckians of new charity and Medicaid scams related to the novel ... Read more | Add your comment

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ARC announces Heneghan to head office of Inspector General

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) recently announced that Philip M. Heneghan has been appointed ARC Inspector General and will head the Agency’s ... Read more | Add your comment

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Education measures receive legislative attention

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A new normal

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Stick together — from a safe distance

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SKCTC: March Students of the Month

Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKCTC) has named its Students of the Month for March 2020. Read more | Add your comment

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Coronavirus response and American rescue

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Calipari disappointed Sestina won’t get another season

LEXINGTON (KT) — Nate Sestina’s career at Kentucky came to an end Monday. Read more | Add your comment

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Five Wildcats expected to declare for NBA Draft

LEXINGTON (KT) — John Calipari is used to rotating rosters. The Kentucky coach is expecting more turnover next season. Read more | Add your comment

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Grant applications open for programs preventing child abuse, exploitation

FRANKFORT – Attorney General Daniel Cameron recently announced the Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention (CSAEP) Board within the Office of the Attorney General is ... Read more | Add your comment

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Expect another wild regional race in 2021

During a season in which there were no clear-cut favorites, it should have been no surprise that this year’s 13th Region Tournament was one of ... Read more | Add your comment

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Dr. Dubin makes significant donation to CGVFD

Dr. Ron Dubin made a significant donation to the Cumberland Gap Fire Department in order to boost their response time and purchase equipment for the ... Read more | Add your comment

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Students showing their appreciation for the hard work through the school closures

Photo Courtesy of Raven Campbell  Students Aliyah Johnson (10), Connor Johnson (7), and Caden Johnson (4) have been showing their appreciation for the hard work ... Read more | Add your comment

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KMLF could possibly face postponement

KMLF could be facing postponement due to COVID-19 The 2020 Kentucky Mountain Laurel Festival could be facing postponement due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Schools have ... Read more | Add your comment

by Ashley Collingsworth.

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Junk car ordinance seeing positive results

John O’Boyle gave a report to the Middlesboro City Council concerning the enactment of the junk car ordinance that was recently passed by the council ... Read more | Add your comment

by Ashley Collingsworth.

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Lewis among ‘82 Lady Kats to be honored

Basketball success seemed to follow Lynette Lewis Shadoan during her basketball career in the 1970s and 1980s as one of the first local hoop stars ... Read more | Add your comment

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Words hurt

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Sheltering in place

By Judith Victoria Hensley Read more | Add your comment

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KY General Assembly must help families, businesses

By Chris Harris Read more | Add your comment

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Strive to be what you wish to see in others

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Somerset quarterback commits to Kentucky

Somerset High School junior quarterback Kaiya Sheron led his Briar Jumpers football team to the Class AA state football championship title, on the University of ... Read more | Add your comment

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Nash had big impact on UK program in 60s

(Editor’s Note: For the next few months during our national crisis, longtime sports columnist Jamie H. Vaught will be writing about the ex-Wildcats who were ... Read more | Add your comment

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Letter to the Editor: Surviving the Coronavirus

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Look for another Laurel showdown in 2021 girls race

Just as predicted in this space a year earlier, South Laurel knocked off North Laurel in an all-Laurel County showdown for the 13th Region Tournament ... Read more | Add your comment

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Calipari plans to stay connected with his Wildcats

LEXINGTON (KT) — Reality is beginning to sink in for Kentucky coach John Calipari. Read more | Add your comment

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Are you under the lion’s paw?

By Vivian Blevins Read more | Add your comment

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Public panic caused by COVID-19

By Judith Victoria Hensley Read more | Add your comment

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We’re going to get through this

By Clark Bailey Read more | Add your comment

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PSC orders utilities to halt disconnections for COVID-19 emergency

FRANKFORT – The Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC) is ordering all utilities under its jurisdiction to suspend until further notice, and for at least 30 ... Read more | Add your comment

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Submissions for 2020 Congressional Art Competition

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Congressman Hal Rogers invites all high school students in Kentucky’s Fifth Congressional District to participate in the 2020 Congressional Art Competition. One ... Read more | Add your comment

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Rogers votes for Families First COVID-19 Response Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. House of Representatives passed the bipartisan Families First Coronavirus Response Act to help stimulate the economy and protect American families ... Read more | Add your comment

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