An expert in treating gunshot wounds and a hunting guide/folk entertainer are scheduled speakers at the Marshall County/Western Kentucky March for Our Lives at 1 p.m. March 24 at Memorial Park in Calvert City.
Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett announced USDA is hosting a series of monthly roundtables on opioids through the summer. One of the five roundtables is scheduled to take place in Kentucky during May, and will focus on the impact of the crisis and developing an e…
Operation Preparation is a program for eighth graders and 10th graders to offer information regarding future careers. Business professionals from the community met with the students in 15-20 minute sessions.
Kentucky Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles proclaimed the week of March 5 as Soybean Week in the Commonwealth, and the farmer-leaders of the Kentucky Soybean Association and the Kentucky Soybean Promotion Board took to the state capitol to spread the word.
Attorney General Andy Beshear is urging Kentuckians to take six steps to avoid falling victim to scammers and identity thieves who pocketed $6 million from Kentucky families last year.
"Somebody told me, 'Your first year in office you're going to be a listener, and the second year you're going to be a doer,'" said Bobby Cummins, who is running uncontested for a second term as District One magistrate. "Well, I kinda reversed that. I tried to do the things the first time around."
At their monthly meeting on Monday evening, the Kuttawa City Council held the first reading of a controversial ordinance that, if approved, will regulate the use of electricity and the city's power equipment in Old Kuttawa Park.
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