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Wednesday, September 22, 2021
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Clay, Fayette, Franklin, Wolfe, Garrard get state Ag Board funds

Board approves more than $3.4 million for projects across the commonwealth

Deadline nears for businesses to apply for PPP loan forgiveness

Deadline to apply just day aways, other options also can be considered.

Urban County Council nears second round of small business loans

Loan program has been a success, met a need.

Grant provides $1.1 million in COVID assistance to business

Help available to as many as 25 counties.

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

Funds will help expand services, improve service.

Pineville, Bedford receive infrastructure grants

Improvements will benefit more than 1,100 customers, schools.

In round 2, state gets $1.1 billion in PPP money

After a rocky start that saw billions of dollars funneled to big companies while small business got pushed aside, the Small Business Administration is working out the kinks in the Paycheck Protection Program.

Questions arise about small business stimulus help

Stimulus "paycheck protection" plan launching to help small businesses in wake of coronavirus

Sheep barn, poultry barns and farmland among 14 loans approved

The Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corp. has approved $2,450,830 in agricultural loans for projects in the Commonwealth at its board meeting today.

Lobbyist says payments to state official were friendly loans

A veteran lobbyist says his multiple cash payments to a high-ranking state official were loans between friends and not bribes meant to maintain a lucrative state contract for his corporate client.

SBA to offer low-interest loans to severe weather victims

Beginning Thursday, the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA) will be offering low-interest loans to businesses and residents affected by the severe thunderstorms, tornadoes, winds and hail from Feb. 28 through March 1, 2017.

Daymar to Refund $1.2 Million to Former Kentucky Students

Kentucky's attorney general says thousands of former Daymar College students will begin receiving restitution checks totaling $1.2 million.

Relief following July storms available in expanded area

Small businesses and most private nonprofit organizations in Bell County are now eligible to apply for U.S. Small Business Administration economic injury disaster loans following storms and flooding that occurred July 11 to July 20.

KY Bank Sues Eddie Montgomery For $12.7 Million

Country Star Eddie Montgomery and ex-wife Tracy Nunan are being sued by Central Bank & Trust for outstanding loans used in the operation of Montgomery Steakhouse.

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School officials and first responders talk school safety

According to Bourbon County Schools Police Chief Michael Jones, every situation should be taken seriously.

Chemical weapons destruction shut down by COVID because of full hospitals

Contract calls for hospital beds to be available.

Lexington man charged with shooting at deputies serving EPO

Daniel Mastin faces two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment of a police officer, according to the Fayette County Detention Center website.

Best friends support each other 1,700 miles apart

As one woman fights cancer, her long-time friend is a shoulder to lean on from hundreds of miles away.