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he U.S. Forest Service is waiving recreation fees at some locations around the Daniel Boone National Forest in honor of Veterans Day.
A Kentucky teacher was given the presidential seal of approval for her work in the classroom.
Kentucky author Wendell Berry has received the inaugural Kentucky Humanities Carl West Literary Award.
Kentucky Department for Natural Resources, Division of Abandoned Mine Lands will be honored.
A maintenance man for the Jessamine County Fiscal Court has created a way for the county's veterans to be honored year-round.
Some Kentucky heroes were in D.C. Saturday as part of an honor flight.
Glowering in public and near-silent for two days, President Donald Trump relented under pressure by tersely recognizing Sen. John McCain’s “service to our country” and re-lowering the White House flag.
On Memorial Day, hundreds of people gathered at Camp Nelson for a ceremony remembering those who lost their lives fighting for freedom.
A 101st Airborne Division soldier has been given the Soldier's Medal after saving two people from a burning vehicle.
A Dunbar senior received a statewide leadership award and Morton students swept a local MLK essay contest.
Dozens of law enforcement officers from several different agencies joined forces in Stanton for "Operation Rog", a county-wide drug bust named after a man who spent his entire career protecting and serving the people of Powell County.
Two central Kentucky residents have been chosen to serve as grand marshals for the parade.
Dozens of people gathered at Keeneland today to honor the life of renowned horse owner Penny Chenery.
A new monument at Camp Nelson National Cemetery honors families who have lost loved ones in military service.
US Route 60 from New Circle Road/KY 4 in Fayette County to Marseilles Drive in Woodford County to be named “American Pharoah Way”
Young journalists who wrote about economic despair in Appalachia, covered mass killings in Syria and put a human face on immigration policy have been named winners of Livingston Awards.
A Lexington firefighter was honored Saturday night at the Fire Department's annual awards banquet.
Nine-year old Brayden Heath was honored Monday night with the Duty, Honor, Courage Award from Montgomery County Fire and EMS for his heroic actions following a horrible car accident last summer.
Veterans were honored at the Camp Nelson National Cemetery Friday morning.
Students at Transylvania University honored a former classmate Sunday.