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Kentucky artists’ works grace halls of State Capitol, online

First ‘Team Kentucky Gallery’ Exhibit Viewable by Capitol Visitors, Online

Web series teaching turkey hunting basics debuts March 4

Hunter education certification available electronically

BBB: Adults 18-24 report highest scam risk in 2020

Pattern of scams and victims changes.

Fayette schools extend online education through Feb. 5

COVID rate remains in high levels

Lexington vaccine information now on-line

The page includes information about how the vaccine is rolling out, on vaccine locations, and on the different vaccines that are being used in the Commonwealth.

Holiday Shopping in 2020: Take advice from an expert

Engage your family in the shopping “trip,” and together you can enjoy being smart shoppers.

Fayette Mall changes for Black Friday in-person, BBB recommendations for online shopping

In years past some people might complain about early Black Friday deals, but this year the goal is universal, trying to keep crowds to a minimum.

Bath and Franklin County Schools returning to virtual instruction

Schools in both Bath and Franklin Counties will be returning to virtual instruction as more than half of the state's 120 counties are in the red zone on Kentucky's coronavirus map.

Lexington Police seek community input in survey

Online survey for residents, businesses.

More than 5,000 sign up to be poll workers

Adams releases county-by-county totals

State’s popular surplus equipment auction goes online

Sale generated more than $2 million last year

FCPS’ School Board discusses October in-person learning, parents who oppose hold rally

Meanwhile, a group of about 75 people rallied outside the FCPS main building on Richmond, calling for students to go back in-person now.

Campbellsville sets record for online enrollment

Classes start Sept. 3 at university.

As Fayette Schools open, Foundation provides virtual learning grants

Schools, other groups get almost $140,000 to aid online learning.

School doesn’t follow governor’s recommendation, opens with in-person classes

Danville Christian Academy feels the school has taken the necessary precautions to keep students, faculty and staff safe from COVID-19.

Citizens can register online to be poll workers in November

State at "critical low' for poll workers.

Madison County residents show their support for school leaders

School leaders across the state are facing tough decisions, especially after the Governor asked them to delay the start of in-person classes until at least late September.

Fayette schools issue statement on online classes, Virtual Academy

Statement comes after Beshear recommendation.

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City of Somerset takes successful art market to Rocky Hollow Park

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127 Yard Sale kicks off annual run, Lawrenceburg, Anderson County at the center

Anderson County has largest concentration of venors in the state