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$1 million Mega Million ticket sold in Florence

Ticket second million dollar winner in two weeks i state.

With more than 40 deaths a year, agency gets grant to fight opioid addictions

Grant helps fund new approaches as overdoses continue.

Water line replacement part of downtown utility work

Project in conjunction with city sewer project

$1 million grant for Alzheimer’s care awarded to Bluegrass Care Navigators

Bluegrass Care Navigators have received a $1 million grant to support Kentuckians who have Alzheimer’s disease and their families. 

$1 million Powerball winner comes forward

The Kentucky Lottery says the winner wants to remain anonymous.

Georgetown woman wins $1 million in scratch-off game

The winner, 34-year-old Jessica Ewen, says she and family members exchange Kentucky Lottery scratch-off tickets as part of their Christmas tradition.

ECTC receives $1 million gift

Elizabeth Community and Technical College received a $1 million gift from the Dr. Robert E. and Rita H. Robbins Fund of Central Kentucky Community Foundation Friday. 

$1 million Curlin colt tops Friday sale at Keeneland

$1 million Curlin colt tops strong Friday at Keeneland September Yearling Sale.

Small Business Administration approves more than $1M for Ky.

More than $1 million in disaster assistance loans has been approved for Kentucky residents affected by weather last month.

TVA president could earn more than $1M extra

The Tennessee Valley Authority's president and CEO could earn more than $1 million extra this year.

Another $1 Million Lottery Ticket Sold in “Lucky” Lexington

A second lottery ticket worth $1 million was sold in Lexington over the weekend, three days after the previous winning ticket was purchased.

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