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Jessamine County parent, former police officer aiming to help homeless students 

By Shelby Lofton WKYT Back to school is in full swing for Jessamine County students, but one parent ...

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Jessamine County Schools return to in-person learning

Jessamine County Schools students returned to the classroom last week with strong attendance and an eagerness from students ...

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No one is above the law

By now we are all aware that Governor Andy Beshear issued a statewide mask mandate for children over ...

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Hospitals feeling crunch from COVID-19, urge vaccinations 

By TOM LATEK Kentucky Today FRANKFORT, Ky. – Gov. Andy Beshear said the Delta variant of COVID-19 continues ...

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Attorney General Cameron in Jessamine for law enforcement review, meeting with voters

By BRIAN O’LEARY  Chairman, Jessamine County Republican Party  Attorney General Daniel Cameron presented an informal report to Jessamine ...

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AG Cameron, KHEAA alert consumers about student loan application scam

Submitted FRANKFORT, Ky. – Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) joined forces ...

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Fancy Farm will continue, but Republicans will target each other

By Nick Storm Contributing columnist The 141st annual Fancy Farm had a different feel, fewer people, bruising jabs, ...

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Drug overdose deaths in Kentucky on the rise 

By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News Drug-overdose deaths in Kentucky rose 49% in 2020, according to the state’s ...

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Beshear urges unemployed to rejoin workforce before benefits end 

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Gov. Andy Beshear is encouraging Kentuckians who are drawing federal pandemic unemployment insurance benefits to ...

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Department receiving fewer reports of sick and dying birds while researchers continue efforts to determine cause.

FRANKFORT, Ky.- On Wednesday, the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources provided an update about the ongoing investigation ...

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