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Small, large ag businesses get $1.1 million in USDA grants

Grants cover a wide range of projects.

Agricultural Development Board OKs $55,000 in on-farm energy grants

Nine Grants Will Improve Poultry, Dairy and Horticultural Operations

Foundation grants help schools address COVID issues

From food pantries to cleaning supplies, schools help families.

Morehead professor part of $1 million in research grants

Research looks at how environment change impacting some fungi.

Grant provides $1.1 million in COVID assistance to business

Help available to as many as 25 counties.

Harlan, Johnson, Floyd, Magoffin counties get job-creation grants

More than $2.3 million in projects will update utility infrastructure

Breathitt, Perry, Wayne, Knott get $3 million grants for job creation

Projects improve utility infrastructure, invest in economic development

State airports get $93 million for expansion, repairs

Taxiway and runway improvements are biggest funding awards.

$80k in grants approved for Lexington businesses related to COVID-19 costs

DLMD, DLP announce partnership with Kinetic by Windstream

Catholic Health grant helps St. Jospeh Berea, London expand basic health outreach

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Release) – Saint Joseph Hospital Foundation, Saint Joseph Berea Foundation and Saint Joseph London Foundation have received $945,740 in grant funding...

Agencies get $220,000 to help fight child abuse

Grants go to groups in every part of the state

9 utilities split $13.6 million in grants, loans for upgrades

Funds will help expand services, improve service.

More than 150 businesses seek small business grants

Applications closed now while first group reviewed.

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Fundraiser to help Ashland 12-year-old receive a service dog

4 Paws for Ability is helping spread the word about a fundraiser for a 12-year-old boy who has applied for a service dog.

Floyd County Schools says it is in the Red Zone and will continue virtual learning

Superintendent Danny Adkins says the decision is based on the county's 'red zone' identification.

Guard members helping with new Louisville COVID testing process

An 11-person team from the 123rd Air Wing will provide patient registration, screening, and sample collection support.