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Adena Trail project nears completion in Mt. Sterling

Work should be completed by end of October, according to city.

Daniel Boone opens more campgrounds June 11

Latest phase of reopening forest facilities

State talks budget cuts, jobless benefits, voting, entertainment and youth sports

The state likely will need a special session to make adjustments to the transportation budget and cuts are coming to the state's general fund without an infusion of federal funding.

Tourism, movies, bowling: Economic reopening beginning to pick up steam

The state is opening up more business segments, especially tourism-related businesses and state facilities, Gov. Andy Beshear announced Friday during his daily briefing.

Red River Gorge, Daniel Boone National Forest to start reopening June 3

The Daniel Boone National Forest will begin reopening recreation sites in June using a site-by-site approach, including assessment of facility cleanliness, maintenance status, and health and safety.

Nicholasville, other communities debating parks, rules, responsibility on social media

Nicholasville, other communities debating parks, rules, responsibility on social media

City focused on basics, clerk’s office closing, firefighter tests positive

Many city park areas closing, limits on other services, license plates delayed

Kentucky State Parks serving Thanksgiving Day buffet

The annual Kentucky State Resort Parks Thanksgiving Day buffet will be held on Thanksgiving Day.

2018 36 Blitz: Bryan Station Defenders

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) - Bryan Station went 0-8 before winning its first and only game of 2017. This year, just like last season, the Defenders...

City using goats to clean up area in park

Some Lexington parks are attracting visitors using their new splash pad water features. Idle Hour Park, off St. Ann Drive, has goats.

Poster series created to highlight 16 Kentucky State Parks

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - The Kentucky State Parks Foundation has announced a poster series that will highlight 16 state parks. A foundation statement says artists...

Kentucky parks taking registration for photo scavenger hunt

Kentucky parks announces its 13th annual digital photo scavenger hunt.

Keep Lexington Beautiful putting cigarette urns in parks

Three public parks in Lexington now have new ash urns thanks to a grant from a national organization.

Park officials recommend banning spray paint sales to minors

Park officials in Kentucky's largest city are recommending that council members consider banning the sale of spray paint to people who are under age 21 in an effort to fight graffiti.

36 Blitz: Bryan Station Defenders

Alex Risen has the preview in the video.

Kentucky parks planning eclipse-related events

Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park will host a University of Louisville astronomy professor for a presentation the weekend before the eclipse.

Free fishing offered at Kentucky parks June 3-4

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources says anglers can fish for free this weekend.

Siren testing at noon in Lexington

Lexington Emergency Management says they will be testing the outdoor siren/warning system in the city parks and golf courses at noon today.

Frankfort Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites sponsor mural painting camps

The City of Frankfort’s Parks, Recreation and Historic Sites Department is partnering with the Frankfort Rotary Club, Capital City Museum and Full Circle Studio & Gallery to sponsor the 2016 Kentucky River Children’s Mural Painting Summer Camps.

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Vaughn promoted to new post at Campbellsville

Campbellsville grad has been at university for 19 years.

KSP investigate officer-involved shooting in Grayson County

Deputy fired three shots, killing man armed with knives: KSP

Fayette has another day with more than 200 new COVID cases

No additional deaths reported in the county.

UPDATE: One missing Laurel County man found safe

The Kentucky State Police is still investigating the disappearance of Casper Burkhart, 58, of Corbin.