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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Leah Caudill


Run/Walk Club returns May 3 to Horse Park, community invited

The Kentucky Horse Park announces the return of its Run/Walk Club is set to begin May 3.

April proclaimed Financial Literacy Month, promoting educational events

Governor Andy Beshear has proclaimed April as Financial Literacy Month

Centre kicks off $50 million campaign for new wellness, athletics center

Will create a 135,000-square-foot facility devoted to wellness and athletic excellence.

UPDATE: Lane of Georgetown Road/US 25 closed for drainage work

Part of the New Circle Road/KY 4 widening project

KDE issues new guidance on accelerating summer learning

On Monday the KDE released new guidance on summer learning programs and opportunities to provide educational boosts during the subsequent school year.

State’s former Farm Services director gets new Ag Policy role

Was Kentucky State Director of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency

General, road fund revenues continue up, budget goals mixed

Road fund may not meet budget estimates, general fund just the opposite.

State, Madison County, others recognized for economic growth in 2020

Kentucky tops South Central Region for Economic Development Projects per capita in 2020.

Hollie Phillips to be ARH’s first-ever female president and CEO

Phillips has been with ARH for almost 20 years.

UofL Health opens state’s largest vaccination site; step closer to ending bar restrictions

Governor Andy Beshear marked another key moment in Kentucky’s fight against COVID-19 on Monday.

Ky high school senior named Coca-Cola Scholar, winning a $20,000 scholarship

Craft Academy student named Coca-Cola Scholar, will receive scholarship.

$47,000 in Utility Credits secured for Kentucky AmeriGas Customers

Attorney General Daniel Cameron today announced his Office of Rate Intervention secured over $47,000 in utility credits for AmeriGas customers who did not receive timely propane gas refills during Kentucky’s harsh winter months.

Spring Wild Turkey Season opening statewide for hunters April 17

Season open statewide to residents and nonresidents

Gov. Beshear signs bills at ceremony to celebrate Second Chance Month

Gov. Beshear, Senator Adams, Rep. Moser, Advocates Hold Official Signing Ceremony for Reentry and Pregnant Women in Incarceration Bills, Celebrate Second Chance Month

Gov. Beshear signs bills he says will help build a better Kentucky

Legislation supports Historically Black Colleges and Universities, economic development in the West End; limits no-knock warrants

Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation approves $1,334,250 in loans

The Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation approved $1,334,250 in seven agricultural loans for projects across the Commonwealth at its board meeting today.

Kentucky rate of positive COVID cases declines again

On Friday, Governor Andy Beshear announced 744 new COVID-19 cases and a 2.79% positivity rate.

Two killed in Wolfe County collision

Both drivers died at the scene on KY 15, according to KSP.

MSU Ed.D. program named one of nation’s best by The Princeton Review

Morehead State University’s Doctor in Education (Ed.D.) program continues to receive national recognition.

New panel signs will be installed on Brent Spence Bridge April 12

Will reinforce longstanding restriction on hazardous cargo around the Brent Spence Bridge