The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Tuesday announced 144 finalists, including six in Lexington, in the third annual Knight Cities Challenge, a national call for ideas to make the 26 communities where Knight invests more vibrant places to live and work. Open to innovators of all types, the Knight...
By Steve Flairty KyForward columnist I was thrilled to see that two friends from Campbellsville, Fred and Betty Sue Schuhmann, were honored recently by their local Kiwanis Club with the 2016 “Santa’s...
“Even though Kentucky trumpets bourbon, basketball and fried chicken, we have more artists than distilleries in the commonwealth,” Frank X Walker declared on Saturday, to an uncommon gathering of more...
U.S. Sen. Rand Paul suggested Sunday that Kentucky and other states that expanded Medicaid under federal health reform should have to raise taxes to keep it expanded and not rely on the federal government...
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Kentucky entrepreneur Nate Morris, the founder, chairman and CEO of Rubicon Global, is featured in the Jan. 24, 2017 issue of Forbes magazine. The feature...
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- BBB Trends: Gift cards, returning, exchanging -- some things to know so you aren't surprised
- Kentucky Horse Park withdraws from consideration for hosting 2022 World Equestrian Games
- Buffalo Trace named official bourbon of The Jockey Club's America's Best Racing program
- LG&E, KU take top two spots for highest customer satisfaction in J.D. Power customer survey
- Rural Blog: Computer coding program helps train, employ former Eastern Ky. coal workers
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The Kentucky Office of Homeland Security (KOHS) announced they will accept applications for the federally-funded 2017 Homeland Security Grant Program Jan....
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- Bevin names three to postsecondary education nominating panel; four added to MLK commission
- Lexington-Fayette Health Department marks Radon Awareness Month with free at-home kits
- DWM accepting grant applications for recycling programs, household hazardous waste events
- Bevin joins Economic Development Secretary Gill at North American International Auto Show
- Fayette County PVA announces revised guidelines for agricultural property assessments for 2017
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You’ve got a sore throat, cough, runny nose and ache all over. Is it just a cold, or is it the flu? Tough to tell. “Colds and flu are caused by different...
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- SmartHealthToday: Fitness trends for 2017, include activity trackers, heart rate monitors, smart watches
- UK Family Center offering 'relationship checkups' at no charge for the third consecutive year
- Cervical cancer is preventable, but still the leading cancer found in Kentucky
- Kentucky Health Issues Poll: Obesity, insurance, cancer among top concerns for all ages in 2016
- SmartHealthToday: Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is real; sometimes light therapy is called for
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Northern Kentucky Community Action Commission (NKCAC) in Pendleton County received $2,000 donation from CSX to support their outreach efforts. The NKCAC...
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- United States Pony Clubs, New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program partner in educational challenge
- Study shows volunteering improves physical, mental health for post-911 military veterans
- Gaining Perspective: EKU men's basketball team volunteers for Home Meals Delivery
- New UK Crowdfunding Platform to provide philanthropic opportunities for school community
- Free workshop designed to help non-profits work better with media set for Jan. 17 in Hazard
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For the sixth year, EKU Online degree programs have been ranked among the best by U.S. News & World Report. Eastern Kentucky University ranked in...
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- Combining a love of dogs, respect for police, Julius Marks students support Lexington Canine Unit
- Campbellsville University in top 100 for best online MBA, graduate business programs, online education
- Sullivan University culinary school ranked best in state, No. 31 in the nation by Niche.com
- Kentucky among 10 states to receive $2 million grant for career-focused education programs
- Eastern Kentucky University receives anonymous gift of $1.25 million to fund math, science scholarships
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Honoring two past University of Louisville NCAA Final Four teams on their anniversaries and two “color” events are among upcoming special events...
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- Team leader: Now a seasoned veteran, UK guard Briscoe the 'heart of soul' of the Wildcats
- Repeat: UK cheerleaders win second straight and 22nd overall UCA national championship
- Surging Akhator, UK defense too much for Georgia, as Wildcats roll to 82-61 victory
- Three UK signees selected to play in prestigious McDonald's All-American game set for March
- Keith Taylor: Unbeaten in the SEC, Cats still striving for greatness following win over Auburn
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The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Tuesday announced 144 finalists, including six in Lexington, in the third annual Knight Cities Challenge, a...
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- Paul suggests tax increase necessary if Kentucky wants to keep its expanded Medicaid coverage
- Rural Blog: Meth labs not as prevalent in counties where alcohol sales are legal, researchers say
- Construction worker from West Virginia dies after falling at the UK Student Center project
- Gray, Urban County Council rename street near Red Mile to honor former commissioner Sykes
- Kentucky Department of Health raises flu level from regional to widespread in state
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Fort Boonesborough State Park and the Fort Boonesborough Foundation will host a series of “Fireside Chats” with famous characters from Kentucky history...
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- Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposes modifications to elk hunting season
- Old Time Kentucky: Gunboat to gunboat duel in the river would have been one-sided -- if it happened
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration shows civil rights leader's impact still being felt today
- Kentucky Hills, Woods and Waters Weekend set for Jan. 20-22 at Cumberland Falls
- Paul offers plan to repeal most of Obamacare, including coverage for pre-existing conditions
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By Steve Flairty KyForward columnist I was thrilled to see that two friends from Campbellsville, Fred and Betty Sue Schuhmann, were honored recently by...
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- Bluegrass & Backroads: If you have a taste for anything blueberry, take a trip to Metcalf County
- Daily Yonder: A musician or a coal miner? It's a question that deserves an answer
- Urban Farmer: Recharging, gardening is sure-shot therapy; right now, it's sit back and wait
- Chef Foster: Process of making soup not only soothing -- it's therapeutic for the soul
- Science Guy: Gravity -- not glue -- holds engineered block structure together
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“Even though Kentucky trumpets bourbon, basketball and fried chicken, we have more artists than distilleries in the commonwealth,” Frank X Walker declared...
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- Commentary: In the rush to flex legislative muscle, debate on the issues allowed to fall by the wayside
- Commentary: In Kentucky, as they do elsewhere, workers win with right-to-work measures
- Bill Straub: Limiting debate not their finest hour as Republicans exert new muscle in Frankfort
- Commentary: Kentucky school board members deserve thanks for taking stands for children
- Constance Alexander: What if? Calling all 'creatives' -- they'll be gathering in Danville on Jan. 14