Mayfield candle factory destroyed by tornado facing retaliation charge from former employees
Fayette County residents will have the opportunity to properly dispose of cooking oil used during the holiday weekend.
Food bank officials say inflation is driving more people to use food pantries as the holiday approaches.During a period of high inflation, food insecurity matters can become more pronounced. A well-known Kentucky food pantry is working to ease some of that stress around the Thanksgiving table.
Off the Beaten Path with Sam Dick
The Five Below rock band helps raise money to fly Korean and Vietnam war veterans to Washington D.C.
It was hard being a pioneer in the wilds of what would become Kentucky. Try doing it as a mother of ten. We hear about the legacy of Rebecca Boone from novelist Patricia Hudson | A pioneer of glass ceiling breakage is profiled in a new book about former Kentucky First Lady Phyllis George | Did you know about the “Slaw Line” of hot dog lovin’ West Virginia? Part of the “visionary folklore” offered up by folklorist Emily Hilliard | Writing plays with the pros: a Centre College partnership with the The Farm, a Brooklyn-based playwright incubator | Green Room Exchange gets creative to raise funds for more performances by international artists
Today's Interview: Minority farmers share issues and connect to resources at annual conference
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Kentucky Arts & Culture
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Music is rolling through the hills of Appalachia again after flooding decimated parts of eastern Ky.Delivering musical instruments to folks in eastern Ky after flooding
Ky. lawmakers discuss expanding work opportunities for refugees
Ky. Supreme Court hears arguments over abortion ban
Ohio Valley Resource
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Louisville police chief Shields to resign when Greenberg takes office
Lexington’s Explorium Children’s Museum has been a downtown fixture for more than 30 years. Budget constraints followed by a pandemic led to a difficult period for the downtown facility.
Governor Andy Beshear says he’s confident he’s on solid legal ground in allowing Kentuckians suffering from severe conditions to legally possess medical marijuana.
More immigrants continue to make central Kentucky their home. Lexington Multi-Cultural Affairs Coordinator Isabel Taylor said 2006 found 27 languages in the public school system’s learning English programs. In 2022, Taylor noted that number has grown to 96 different languages.
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