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Powering through: KCTCS grads helping their communities during storms 

VERSAILLES, Ky. (WTVQ/Press Release) – As many parts of Kentucky went dark for several days, and sometimes weeks, Kentucky’s power line workers went into...

Bill would require future constables to get training

Proposal sparks lively debate in House.

Task force suggests ways to improve teacher prep, student reading, math outcomes

Legislature may consider three-year pilot program

11 ARH staff graduate leadership program

Appalachian Regional Healthcare congratulates its 2020 Leadership Academy graduates

Rabbi calls DOCJT using Nazi symbol in training video “Horrifying”

Training for 911 operators from the Department of Criminal Justice Training (DOCJT) has a lot of people upset because it contains a Nazi symbol.

Training grenades cause a stir at Goodwill

Agencies get them safely removed.

Two apprentices a perfect match for business in new program

BCTC program offers specific training for bsuiness.

Training makes it real physically, mentally for firefighters

Training meant to be the best during the worst,

New tower will improve firefighter training

Gives Pikeville firefighters new training options

State gets grants for domestic violence help, telehealth training

The federal funding approved by Congress in three different measures in the last two months continues to flow to the state.

Firefighters approved for ‘virtual’ training

Uncertainties over how long the coronavirus restrictions will be in place has prompted the Kentucky Fire Commission to allow "virtual" training.

Keeneland April two-year-olds sale catalog now online

A catalogue of the two-year-olds in training and horses of racing age available for sale at Keeneland in April is now online.

‘Jill’s Law’ passes House, Senate up next

The Kentucky House has passed a bill requiring law enforcement agencies to develop pursuit policies.

Fort Knox issues noise alert for March training

The U.S. Army says to expect more noise than normal at the central Kentucky post over the next couple of weeks.

Lexington Emergency Management recruiting new members

Lexington Emergency Management says it is recruiting new members for its Community Emergency Response Team.

University of Kentucky Jewish leader returns from Holocaust training in Jerusalem

Rabbi Shlomo Litvin, co-directors of Chabad at UK Jewish Student Center  have been certified by Yad Vashem as Holocaust educators on college campuses after completing a first-of-its-kind 65-hour seminar in Jerusalem. 

Lexington fire recruits train for building collapses and rescues

Lexington fire recruits focused their training Thursday on building collapses and rescues.

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department hosting Narcan training

The Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is hosting a free community training class on Narcan and will provide a free Narcan kit to those who attend.

Millions awarded for career and training services

The Education and Workforce Development Cabinet announced $2.6 million will be awarded to the West Kentucky Workforce Development Board.

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Project seeking signups for new McCreary food pantry assistance

Christian Appalachian Project is accepting sign-ups for a new food pantry in Parkers Lake starting April 26 through May 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

University of the Cumberlands students win start-up money for business projects

University of the Cumberlands held its annual student Entrepreneurship Pitch Contest on Friday, April 16, 2021 at the Hutton School of Business.

As expected, State Fair Board votes to plan return to more-normal fair in August

Health changes may have to be made but easier to take away than add.

Earth Day Champs: UK, Maker’s Mark have world’s largest American white oak genome study

Represents the most comprehensive natural range of white oak to date anywhere in the world