From time to time I revisit recipes or ingredients that I may have skimmed over in a past. For many reasons these items didn’t hold my attention, or I found them hard to incorporate in a daily meal or on a restaurant plate. Usually this is to my detriment as the ingredient in question has a reason...
University Libraries Archives and Special Collections presents “How High the Water Was: The Flood of ‘37,” an exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River...
Despite Trump’s pledge to repeal Obamacare, fewer than one in five in Ky. fear losing health coverage
By Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News Fewer than one in five Kentucky adults who have health insurance were concerned about losing their coverage in the weeks after Gov. Matt Bevin proposed changes to...
Keeneland announced a $4.325 million stakes schedule for its 2017 Spring Meet that offers 16 stakes, featuring the $1 million Toyota Blue Grass (G2) and $500,000 Central Bank Ashland (G1), and introduces...
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What is the outlook for the stock market? What about job creation in Kentucky and the nation? What actions can we expect from the Federal Reserve in the...
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- Keven Moore: Small business are lifeblood of our economy, need to protect from pitfall of no insurance
- CVG's local economic impact grew to $4.4 billion annually, according to new report; up 22 percent
- Walmart opens first Kentucky training academy facility in Lexington for hands-on instruction
- Kentucky entrepreneur Nate Morris featured in January issue of Forbes Magazine
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With an agreement in place to benefit two Western Kentucky manufacturers and communities, Gov. Matt Bevin announced A. Kayser Automotive Systems USA plans...
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- Atlas Obscura: Park Service aims to protect new $40 million lawn from crowd at National Mall
- State Agriculture Department sets events for beekeepers of all experience levels through May
- Business and workforce come together through Amteck partnership to meet need for electricians
- Alcoholic Beverage Control responds to industry growth to focus on service, streamlining applications
- Three regional seminars designed to provide information on Kentucky’s hemp industry
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By Susan Smyth Special to KyForward Many of us vowed to eat more healthfully in the new year but don’t know how to begin. Here are some grocery...
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- SmartHealthToday: Four good tips for helping you combat the flu at home -- just stick to some basics
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Children’s birthdays are special, and one Central Kentucky nonprofit wants to provide a special birthday cake for children whose families can’t...
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- Boone County Girl Scout Troop 1750 donates 100 'birthday in bags' to Women's Crisis Center
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University Libraries Archives and Special Collections presents “How High the Water Was: The Flood of ‘37,” an exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia...
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Keeneland announced a $4.325 million stakes schedule for its 2017 Spring Meet that offers 16 stakes, featuring the $1 million Toyota Blue Grass (G2) and...
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- Three in a row: Hot start propels Kentucky women to 55-42 victory over LSU
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Despite Trump’s pledge to repeal Obamacare, fewer than one in five in Ky. fear losing health coverageBy Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News Fewer than one in five Kentucky adults who have health insurance were concerned about losing their coverage in...
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- Beshear, U of L launch data project to aid law enforcement, advocates on SAFE kit backlog
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City of Lexington restoring mile-long section of Cane Run Creek on Legacy Trail near Citation BoulevardLexington is restoring a mile-long section of Cane Run Creek between Citation Boulevard and the interstate. “The project will protect and beautify...
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- Kentucky’s unemployment rate steady at 4.8 percent in December, nearly a point below last year's mark
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- Kentucky joins legal fight against the Stream Protection Rule, claiming state's responsibility
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By Liz Toombs and Erika Wilhelmi Special to KyForward It’s a new year, so why not start it out by getting organized? There are many ways you can keep...
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- Chef Foster: Simplify the cooking process and you, too, may learn to love the humble cauliflower
- Science Guy: Want to see a worm to wiggle out of your straw? Just add a little water
- Gayle Pille: Red and gray foxes both common in region, but they are good at staying out of sight
- Kentucky by Heart: Schuhmanns one example of retired folks giving back to their communities
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By Ryan Quarles Special to KyForward The Kentucky Hunger Initiative got off to a great start in 2016. We convened the Hunger Task Force, a group of leaders...
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- Bill Straub: Despite host of critics, Obama will go down as one of our most consequential presidents
- Commentary: Struggle fueled by Martin Luther King's ideals continues -- and applies more broadly
- Constance Alexander: The arts are underrated -- but significant -- contributor to Kentucky's economy
- 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