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University of Kentucky Hospitals continue admitting more COVID-19 patients, both adults and children, and warn that all health care systems are strained.
Eastern Kentucky University Scholarship Recipients Will Provide Medical Care To Eastern Kentucky After GraduationThe students will provide medical care to eastern Kentucky communities once they graduate.
The re-launch of Ichthus takes place this Saturday near Wilmore.
Lawmaker Files Bill Requiring Schools To Teach History Of Racism
Hospital Staffing Still Strained After Pandemic Special Session
On this week’s Eastern Standard: Appalachian life as recalled by Lynch, Kentucky native and sociologist William H. Turner in his new book “Harlan Renaissance” | Nikki Finney on the 25th anniversary re-release of “Heartwood,” her acclaimed story of life in a rural community | EKU social psychology professor Matthew Winslow on ungrading education | Renowned psychiatrist and EKU Chautauqua speaker Randolph Nesse on “Good Reasons for Bad Feelings”
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Lawmakers Discuss Expanding Solar Energy In Kentucky
Hazard Chamber of Commerce Director Betsy Clemons said many in the business community are supportive of employee vaccinations.
The end of a federal moratorium on evictions brought with it an increased urgency in getting assistance dollars to tenants and landlords. It was a topic of significant discussion Tuesday at Lexington City Hall.
Kentucky Utilities Foreman Tim Duvall says fallen trees and broken electrical poles were the rule when he and his team arrived in Slidell, Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Ida.
EducationJCPS Superintendent Asks Feds To Roll Back Standardized Testing
Ky. Responds To Chronic Wasting Disease In Deer Near Border
5,398 New Coronavirus Cases Reported in Kentucky Wednesday, Sept. 15
Louisville To Evict Hundreds Of Unsheltered Residents From Downtown Encampments
The head of Kentucky’s League of Cities says President Biden’s proposed vaccination/testing mandate could affect localities across the Commonwealth.
4,030 New Coronavirus Cases Reported in Kentucky Tuesday, Sept. 14
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