By Russ Brown KyForward correspondent LOUISVILLE — The Louisville-Clemson prime time showdown Saturday night in Death Valley shapes up as the proverbial irresistible force versus the immovable object, the former being Cardinals quarterback Lamar Jackson, the latter the Tigers’ stingy defense. “Something...
It’s been said Adam and Eve were the happiest, and the luckiest, couple in the world, because neither of them had a mother-in-law. Luckily for me I was blessed with a great mother-in-law, who I miss...
The number of students graduating from high school and considered college/career- ready continues to increase, and more students are scoring at higher levels in most grades and subjects since the state...
WASHINGTON – It’s once again drawing close to that time when, as Pete Townsend famously wrote, “I’ll get on my knees and pray we don’t get fooled again’’ Fat chance. The presidential...
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Gov. Matt Bevin and Labor Cabinet Secretary Derrick Ramsey presented Lockheed Martin with the Governor’s Safety and Health Award for working 2,425,069...
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Gov. Matt Bevin joined local officials and executives from aircraft wheel and brake components maker Safran Landing Systems to break ground on a $100 million-plus...
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By Dr. Matthew Ellsworth Special to KyForward The Achilles tendon is the largest of the tendons in your body. It connects your calf muscle to your heel...
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Eastside Technical Center students team with pros for annual clinic offering free vehicle inspectionsEastside Technical Center students will work alongside some of Lexington’s top technicians at the 27th annual Bluegrass Car Care Clinic, which offers...
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The number of students graduating from high school and considered college/career- ready continues to increase, and more students are scoring at higher...
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By Russ Brown KyForward correspondent LOUISVILLE — The Louisville-Clemson prime time showdown Saturday night in Death Valley shapes up as the proverbial...
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By Jenny Wells Special to KyForward As part of its commitment to transparency and continuous improvement in campus safety, University of Kentucky officials...
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SCA, a global hygiene and forest products provider, will increase its production and product diversity in Bowling Green with a nearly $24 million investment...
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It’s been said Adam and Eve were the happiest, and the luckiest, couple in the world, because neither of them had a mother-in-law. Luckily for me I...
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- Bee Buzz: Interesting things to know about bees during National Honey Bee Month
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WASHINGTON – It’s once again drawing close to that time when, as Pete Townsend famously wrote, “I’ll get on my knees and pray we don’t...
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- Constance Alexander: Accessibility is a legal right, not just a special event
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