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Kentucky pharmacists plant hemp in Georgetown to eventually reap its medical benefits

GEORGETOWN, Ky. On Saturday, a group of pharmacists helped plant a special crop that some believe will create an advancement in the world of...

Bevin requests emergency disaster declaration for Kentucky farmers

Governor Matt Bevin has submitted an emergency disaster designation and declaration request in support of Kentucky's farmers.

Authorities suspect farmers defrauded crop insurance program

Federal investigators say they believe Central Kentucky tobacco farmers, crop insurance agents, tobacco warehouse owners and others conspired to defraud thousands and possibly millions of dollars from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's program that insures crops.

Funding available for producing, marketing specialty crops

Kentucky officials say farmers can seek funding from the state Agriculture Department for producing and marketing specialty crops.

Dry weather hurts potential yield for some farmers

Every day it stays dry, it robs more yield from Greg George's parched corn and soybean fields in western Kentucky.

Most Of Kentucky Experiencing Abnormally Dry Conditions

According to the U.S. Drought Monitor Map, most of the abnormally dry conditions are in central and southeastern Kentucky. Crops are showing stress.

Cool Temps Affecting KY Corn Crops, Could Affect Consumers

Experts say the extra rain and lack of heat are causing corn crops to grow more slowly, which means a later harvest for farmers.

Cool Temps Affecting KY Corn Crops, Could Affect Consumers

Experts say the extra rain and lack of heat are causing corn crops to grow more slowly, which means a later harvest for farmers.

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State Republicans elect new county chairman, leadership

District Elections Conclude Another Successful Component of Reorganization with Established County Parties at All-Time High

Daniel Boone National Forest opens roads for hunting season

The Forest Service asks all members of the public who use these roads to remain respectful of the Forest and of each other so that these roads remain in good condition for future motor vehicle use

Paris Police searching for possible child-kidnap suspect

Child ran back inside house when man approached, police say.

Mayor officially opens unique greenspace on Dantzler

FEMA funds helped pay for the transormation.