Elite Eight loss to Tar Heels can’t overshadow a particularly stellar season for Calipari’s Wildcats
By Keith Taylor KyForward Senior Sports Writer Kentucky saved its best for last despite coming up short against North Carolina in the NCAA South Region finals. The Wildcats won 14 of their last 15 games and finished with a 32-6 record, marking the fourth time John Calipari’s tenure Kentucky has won...
By Steve Flairty KyForward columnist The Methodist Church leadership called them “traveling” clergy. They traveled on horseback, usually with a simple handbag and of course, a well-used Bible. They...
By Dr. Jitesh Patel Special to KyForward Colorectal is the third most common cancer in the U.S. In Kentucky, the health problem is particularly bad: our state ranks first in the nation for colorectal...
Health care bill appears dead for this year, but changes still likely in Medicaid, subsidized insurance
By Al Cross Kentucky Health News What does the failure of the bill to repeal and replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as “Obamacare,” mean for Kentucky? Probably...
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BBB Trends: Reputation is everything in business, so be aware of scammers trying to use your good nameBy Sandra Guile Special to KyForward Your reputation is everything in business, so when a scammer uses your business name to get people to give them personal...
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- Lexington's Venues of the Grand Reserve expands with the opening of Distillery Square
- New 6.4 acre pet resort featuring indoor dog park, pool launches in Louisville
- LBAR donates $10,000 to Building Institute of Central Kentucky for fees, text books for trade students
- Donaldson Company in Nicholasville presented Governor's Safety and Health Award
- Keven Moore: To barbecue or not to barbecue? You'll take command of the grill, but do it safely
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Bevin, Kentucky delegation participate in European apprenticeship study visit in Germany, SwitzerlandGov. Matt Bevin, Labor Secretary Derrick Ramsey, Economic Development Secretary Terry Gil, and Education and Workforce Development Secretary Hal Heiner...
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- Bevin appoints Louisville's Catherine Monteiro to spot on Kentucky Personnel Board
- Bevin announces expansion of Traughber Mechanical Services in Franklin with $580,000 investment
- Booneville receives $600,000 ARC grant to replace pair of Owsley County water storage tanks
- State Parks assessing alternative uses for three golf courses; including one located at General Butler
- Quarles says comment period for proposed federal smokeless tobacco regulation to be extended
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By Dr. Jitesh Patel Special to KyForward Colorectal is the third most common cancer in the U.S. In Kentucky, the health problem is particularly bad: our...
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- Norton's Cancer Institute adds Louisville's only oncologic dermatologist to staff
- Lingering flu season leaves Kentucky Blood Center feeling the effects of lower than expected supply
- UK study unveils novel link between cell polarity and cancer-associated inflamation
- KHIP: Poll shows Kentuckians need to be more physically active to achieve good health
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Do you like to run? Do you want to help raise money for scholarships? Join the University of Kentucky Alumni Association on Saturday, April 15, for the...
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- WHAS Crusade for Children grant secures iPads for Fayette County students with disabilities
- University of Kentucky dental students to provide reduced cost screenings during two sessions
- Donors of all blood types needed to donate as Red Cross observes National Volunteer Month
- Fifth annual 'i know' expo examining issues related to aging set for Lexington Center on April 2
- Kentucky 4-H Foundation names Miller as executive director, Carr director of advancement
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Council on Postsecondary Eduction announces new institute for minorities interested in leadership positionsThe Council on Postsecondary has announced the first cohort of faculty for the Academic Leadership Development Institute (ALDI). The purpose of ALDI is...
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- Long-time administrator Watkins named dean of student services at Campbellsville University
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- Murray State University alumnus Green donates $10,000 scholarships for multicultural students
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Elite Eight loss to Tar Heels can’t overshadow a particularly stellar season for Calipari’s WildcatsBy Keith Taylor KyForward Senior Sports Writer Kentucky saved its best for last despite coming up short against North Carolina in the NCAA South Region...
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- WKU recruit Robinson will play in McDonald's All-American game as the school's first representative
- Billy Reed: Heels deserved to win, but with NCAA inquiry still unresolved, should they be in Final Four?
- Heartbreaker: North Carolina's last-second shot denies Wildcats a return trip to Final Four
- Fast and Accurate, 24-1 longshot, posts steady, commanding win in Spiral Stakes at Turfway
- Keith Taylor: North Carolina all that's standing in the way of return trip to Final Four for Cats, Calipari
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Health care bill appears dead for this year, but changes still likely in Medicaid, subsidized insuranceBy Al Cross Kentucky Health News What does the failure of the bill to repeal and replace the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as...
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- Kentucky Lottery Corp. sales dip slightly in February, but proceeds to state remain on target
- Beshear files motion to intervene in WKU’s lawsuit against College Heights Herald, Kentucky Kernel
- Federal judge delays ruling in legal challenge to Kentucky's new abortion education law
- Urban Institute analysis shows House repeal of health act would shift $16 billion in cuts to Kentucky
- UK's Gatton College, Schnatter Institute combine to host panel discussion on impact of charter schools
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Kingdom Come State Park will host the Tour De Kingdom Come cycling race on May 20. The 36-mile road race is part of the six-race Eastern Ky/Va Cycling...
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- University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law to mark 50th anniversary of MLK visit to campus
- Bluegrass & Backroads: Muir Valley a rock climber's paradise in the heart of the Red River Gorge
- Boaters need to verify Hull Identification numbers before hitting the open water, state says
- Daily Yonder: Many rural programs facing deep cuts under current federal budget proposal
- Kentucky's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate down slightly in February at 4.9 percent
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By Steve Flairty KyForward columnist The Methodist Church leadership called them “traveling” clergy. They traveled on horseback, usually with a simple...
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- Keeneland Library debuts exhibitions of photographs of Man o' War as part of centennial celebration
- Daily Yonder: Miner's youthful 'harmless shortcut' looks a lot different following self evaluation
- More Than a Game: New book explores impact of civil rights movement through lens of forgotten school
- Chef Foster: Time to restock your pantry to reflect the change of seasons and the faster pace of spring
- New Kentucky Farm Bureau children's book teaches readers about the 'nobility of farmers'
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According to writer T.S Eliot, “April is the cruelest month,” but in Murray, Ky., it is one of the busiest. A series of events associated with poetry,...
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- Commentary: Prescription drug epidemic in Kentucky must be tackled head-on
- Commentary: Nurturing the person in the classroom an important part of educational experience
- Bill Straub: Despite policies that damage their state, Kentuckians continue to show support for Trump
- Commentary: K-12 school districts leaders in development of Silicon Holler and the new economy
- Constance Alexander: Path to wider accessibility includes both a process ... and a playground