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Monday, July 26, 2021


With some exceptions, vast majority of Fayette COVID cases among unvaccinated

Breakthrough cases beginning t show up in Fayette.

As COVID shakes stock market, locals urge calm from investors

Investors shouldn't panic local advisors say.

UK experts address questions about COVID Delta variant

Doctors talk masks, vaccines, other precautions

Positivity case numbers continue spike, Beshear to talk Monday

Positvity rate, hospitalizations among biggest concerns.

State’s covid positivity, case numbers in rapid climb

Numbers have some worried about return of surge.

Positivity nears 3%, new cases, hospitalizations up

Numbers prompt small alarm from state.

State COVID numbers up, Guard to help on Mexican border, memorial taking shape

Residents can get a flag; rise in case numbers push need for vaccine

State’s positivity rate now approaching 3%, case numbers up

Numbers have slowly been on the rise for 10 days.

State’s positivity rate rises back about 2%, case numbers lower

Other numbers also back close to or above previous week.

Lexington couple wins first $1 million ‘shot,’ scholarship winner from Mt. Sterling

The Governor encouraged Kentuckians to get vaccinated, enter for final two drawings

State’s positivity rate rises, now at 1.99%

Rate has been slowly rising for a week.

Fayette County’s new COVID cases remain at year-ago levels

Even though numbers are low, new cases still in the community.

State’s COVID positivity rate ticks back up slightly

Number of hospitalizations continue slow decline.

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Eddy Montgomery to serve as Director of the Office of Special Prosecutions

Montgomery most recently served as Commonwealth’s Attorney for the 28th Judicial Circuit until his retirement.

Morgan County Sheriff’s K9 unit receives body armor donation

The vest was donated by Vested Interest in K9s, Inc., a non-profit organization.

Teen’s body recovered from Kentucky Lake

The victim's name wasn't immediately released. An autopsy was scheduled for Monday.

North Oldham schools to receive over $1.8 million to improve traffic safety

The announced funding will be used to design and construct new turning lanes on KY 1793 to reduce traffic backups.