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Lexington, Mt. Sterling students awarded Shearer scholarship for Transy work

Transylvania University juniors Hannah Isa and Karisma Keeton have been awarded this year’s Charles and Susan Shearer Scholarship.

Kentucky Chamber recognizes 10 legislators for work during session

10 lawmakers recognized for business support

KCTCS, KAM celebrating Kentucky manufacturing students ‘going pro’

KCTCS and the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers are celebrating rookies in advanced manufacturing and the companies hiring them.

Windstream customers get more than $13,000 in credits for storm outages

On Thursday, Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced his Office of Rate Intervention obtained over $13,000 in credits for Windstream customers.

UK residence halls returning to normal operations for fall 2021

 University of Kentucky officials announced on Wednesday that residence halls will return to normal operations for the fall 2021 semester. 

College executive is KSU Baccalaureate Assembly speaker

Kentucky State University recently announced the 2021 Spring Baccalaureate Assembly speaker for the May 6 event.

Robinette receives 2021 Gallaher Memorial Music Award at MSU

Connor Robinette, a junior music education major at Morehead State University, was recently awarded the 2021 A. Frank and Bethel C. Gallaher Memorial Music Award.   

Kentucky Distillers’ Association cancels Hall of Fame ceremony

On Thursday, Kentucky Distillers’ Association announced that this year’s Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame® induction and ceremony has been canceled.

A year after losing his owner, Stubby soon may welcome a new family member

Owner killed in four wheeler accident April 28, 2020.

Deadline April 30 to apply for elk hunt permit drawing

Deadline to apply is Friday night, 497 permits are available.

Karen Hill of Baptist Health receives DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award

Karen Hill receives DAISY Lifetime Achievement Award

Communities receive nearly $1 million in grants

Governor Andy Beshear announced nearly $1 million in funding from the Community Development Block Grant program for communities in Western Kentucky.

Laurel restaurant owners, chefs talk advantages of ‘buy local’ program

Small business owners, farmers give insight to challenges faced during COVID-19 pandemic

CRC announces $20 million investment for biodiesel plant in Somerset

Operation could begin early next year, create 20 jobs.

Governor’s Scholars adding 30 more students with help of federal funds

The Governor’s Scholars Program will be able to accommodate 30 more Kentucky students this year, and for each of the next two years, thanks to an infusion of federal funding.

State community colleges name All-Academic team

Two students from each college named.

Owingsville, Morehead, Princeton students to speak at MSU graduation

Morehead State University has announced the student speakers for 2021 Spring Commencement.