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By Michael Broihier In an op-ed you will find below, Governor Steve Beshear seeks to distract taxpayers from real problems within the Cabinet for Family and Human Services that has allowed dozens of children placed in the state’s foster care and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgFRANKFORT — Even before the House had voted to approve the redistricting plan that would reshape Danny Ford’s 80th District, the auctioneer from Mount Vernon grew wistful, foreshadowing the end of his 30-year legislative career before he...
The Winchester SunLocal school districts across the state once again will have to make mid-year budget cuts because of a $57 million shortfall in the state’s Support Education Excellence in Kentucky funding. That shortfall is passed on to local districts on a...
State RepresentativeFRANKFORT — We gathered in Frankfort for the beginning of the 60-day session of the General Assembly, and we have much work to do. The week started with the swearing in of our newest member, Rep. Regina Bunch of Williamsburg. Rep. Bunch won a...
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The Kentucky Arts Council will present an exhibit at the governor’s mansion that will feature work of the late Homer Ledford, an internationally known musician and dulcimer maker. “Commissioned to Create: Works by Artists who Created the...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Arts, Steve Beshear, Arts, Politics
WLEX-TV in Lexington is reporting that Gatewood Galbraith, a Lexington resident, has died at 64. Galbraith has been a perennial candidate for governor and an often outspoken advocate for the legalization of marijuana. Dea Riley, his running mate in the...
LOUISVILLE (AP) — Gatewood Galbraith, a lawyer and colorful five-time candidate for Kentucky governor, has died, his former running mate said today. He was 64. Galbraith died on Tuesday evening, said Dea Riley, who ran for lieutenant governor...
Tags: Steve Beshear, Politics, Executive Branch, Elections, Asthma
FRANKFORT — The Kentucky Arts Council presents an exhibit of artwork, “Commissioned to Create: Works by Artists who Created the Governor’s Awards (1993-2011).” The awards, along with other artwork created by this distinguished...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Arts, Arts, Politics, Executive Branch
Guest ColumnistNelson Mandela, former president of South Africa said, "There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." On Feb. 16, the Kentucky House of Representatives’ Health and Welfare committee...
My husband Mike and I were in Charleston, S.C., over the last few days, and I was lucky enough to attend the Mike Huckabee Forum for the Republican Presidential Candidates on Saturday. I can’t begin to explain the excitement and enthusiasm that I...
Tags: Executive Branch, Politics, Elections, Government, Tim Scott
State senatorWe are nowa quarter way through session. Bills are flowing through the committee process and arriving on the Senate floor for consideration before the entire chamber. Three bills won passage this week and will now head to the House of Representatives....
A $1.5 million tax incentive through the Kentucky Business Investment program means that 94 new jobs will be coming to Nicholasville, according to Gov. Steve Beshear. Beshear was on hand Monday, joining community leaders and company officials from SMC...
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