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Friday, September 24, 2021

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Griswold to deliver Appalachian Forum Series lecture

Pulitzer prize winner to discuss book

UK Alums hand out $218,000 in scholarships

156 students receive funds.

‘Walk a Mile in Our Shoes’ Saturday pays tribute to those lost too young

Event, exhibit pays tribue to those lost too young.

BCTC looking for faculty at 2021 Faculty career fair

Career fairs set two different days

Fayette schools holding job fair Saturday, filling variety of positions

District filling child nutrition, transportation, other jobs.

Louisa man arrested on child pornography charges

Arrest came search of man's home.

Location change announced for driver testing services in Boone County 

New location in Boone County for Boone County residents only

Flags to be at half-staff for Kentuckians lost to COVID

Flags to fly at half-staff Friday

UPDATE: Driver identified in tractor-trailer accident on Clays Ferry Bridge

The crash led to a big traffic backup on northbound I-75 near the Fayette-Madison County line.

5 kids on ventilators, Guard assistance expands, some case numbers down

Five Kentucky children with COVID-19 on ventilators

Addition of Somerset area drives up Lexington region home sales

Strong numbers are good sign for fall sales.

Proposal would grant unemployment to domestic violence victims

Based on other states' experience, costs would not be that great

COVID average falls again in Fayette, daily numbers remain above 200

Seven-day average could climb again Friday

Tax credits could address state’s affordable housing shortage: Supporters

Construction could address need plus increase tax revenues and jobs.

Horse Soldier Bourbon tourism brings nearly $200 million investment to Pulaski

New Tourism Development Project to Bring Jobs, Bourbon and Travelers to Pulaski County

Tree Week brings citizens together for educational opportunities

Dozens of activities planned during the week.

Lane closure starts Friday as part of Newtown Pike construction for Amazon

Lane, shoulder closure starts Friday, Sept. 24