Hope Scarves was created to capture the stories of courageous women and encourage others by passing along scarves and stories of hope to those diagnosed with cancer. Learn more about how a small idea in Louisville expanded to a national stage. Learn more at: hopescarves.org. Kentucky is a state defined...
By Gary Bentley Special to KyForward Gary Bentley’s first column in the Daily Yonder was also the first time his writing appeared in public. After 60 weeks of funny, profane, and heartbreaking stories...
Social work researcher trains students, health care pros to ask tough questions about substance misuse
By Ann Blackford and Alicia Gregory Special to KyForward The beginning of research is to identify and define a problem. The researcher must ask questions, sometimes difficult and complex questions, to...
By Keith Taylor KyForward Senior Sports Writer BEREA — Derek Willis is ready for the next phase of his career. Nearly a month after his collegiate career at the University of Kentucky ended, Willis is...
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Surrounded by family, friends and fellow alumni, three exceptional University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics alumni — Samuel N....
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- Frontier Airlines announces new nonstop service from CVG to New York City and Minneapolis
- Care Innovations expanding Louisville operation, creating 24 jobs on investment of nearly $1.7 million
- Shredding event set for Red Mile Saturday, part of AARP Kentucky's 'Operation: Stop Scams'
- Leadership Lexington development program now accepting applications for latest class
- Labor Cabinet, Health and Safety Network to host Safety and Health Conference in Covington
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The Work Ready Skills Advisory Committee, formed to review and select proposals for the Commonwealth’s new $100 million workforce bond program, has identified...
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- Governor's Office of Boards and Commissions seeking candidates for university, community college boards
- Bevin names eight to serve terms on Kentucky State Corrections Commission
- Hoover announces Adoption Work Group charged with overhauling, streamlining process
- LG&E, KU reach agreement that will permit investments for safer, more reliable service
- Bevin names Louisville author Smock Kentucky Poet Laureate, adds four to supported living council
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Half of state adults know someone who is depressed, 30 percent don’t know where to call for treatmentBy Melissa Patrick Kentucky Health News Nearly half of Kentucky adults know someone who has a serious problem with depression, and most say they know who...
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- Social work researcher trains students, health care pros to ask tough questions about substance misuse
- Mild winter downside: More hungry ticks than usual seeking their blood meal; get yourself checked
- Kentucky State Police team with DEA for National Prescription Drug Take Back Day on April 29
- State Public Health Department urges homeowners to mosquito proof yards, reduce Zika virus threat
- Valley Park new location for Lexington-Fayette County Health Department's annual rabies clinic
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Charlie Lanter, who until recently served as Director of Lexington’s Office of Homelessness Prevention and Intervention, has been named a 2017 winner...
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- New Catholic Action Center invites community to open house Sunday to view Industry Road facility
- Kosair Charities surprises four Louisville special needs schools with gifts of $1 million each
- Fifth annual 24-hour Kentucky Gives Day raises over $222,000 for state's nonprofit organizations
- Party for the Planet: UK Arboretum the site for a number of Earth Month celebrations
- Lifesaver: American Red Cross encouraging blood donors to give during the month of April
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Students from the Murray State University Hutson School of Agriculture won multiple contests at the 2017 North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture...
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- EKU to offer risk management and insurance, social work degrees through online program this fall
- Lexington student wins 'Capture the Earth' videography contest, sponsored by Energy Cabinet
- Campbellsville University hosting Alzheimer's discussion, Legislative wrap-up session on Tuesday
- Career Exploration Day: Bryan Station students paired with local businesses for hands-on experience
- UK Russian studies professor Blasing one of two from state to receive NEH summer stipend
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Justin Lewis and the Kentucky defense stayed steady behind a relentless offense as the No. 10 Wildcats took their fifth Southeastern Conference series...
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- Loose On the Town goes wire-to-wire, wins Sunday’s featured Cherry Valley Farm Purse at Keeneland
- Garabito shuts down Fireflies, Legends' offense clicks in 4-2 series-clinching win; Tebow has two hits
- Ex-Wildcat Derek Willis chooses agent, starts preparing for next phase of basketball career
- UK freshman guard Diallo declares for NBA Draft, leaves door open for possible return
- Legends knock off Columbia 4-0 as hurlers Vines and Davila combine for four-hit shutout
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Immediately following Lexington Craft Beer Week, May 12–21, brewers and distillers who wish to stay relevant in an increasingly competitive and growing...
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- Rural Blog: Trump maintains silence on expiring benefits for retired miners; deadline is April 28
- Kentucky receives $93 million in tobacco settlement money, funds boost agriculture, health outcomes
- Kentucky's preliminary unemployment rate remains at 5 percent, slightly under last year's figure
- KyCIR: Detention common occurrence for Kentucky youth, even when they haven't committed a crime
- Beshear urges Kentuckians to file claims on company’s sleep disorder drug settlement
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AAA reports gas prices at their highest for the year but starting to stall; switch to summer blend doneGas prices in the region continue to climb, although the pace has slowed somewhat in the past few days. Local refiners wrapped up the switch to summer-blend...
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- Bluegrass & Backroads: Hope Scarves supporting cancer patients through stories and encouragement
- Lexington Junior League Charity Horse Show moving from Red Mile to Kentucky Horse Park in 2018
- Rainy stretch of weather could slow progress of corn planting, UK agriculture specialists say
- Pennyrile Forest State Resort's Trail of Tears Weekend chance to learn about route of the Cherokee
- Rural Blog: Coal company wants to turn reclaimed Eastern Kentucky strip mine into solar farm
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Some of you might use it in the shower, but have you ever considered putting it in the microwave? We’re talking about Ivory Soap and our “Science...
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- Daily Yonder: Stories about what it takes to work underground moving from column form to new book
- Awards in the Arts honors academy award winner Gaghan and Madam Secretary star Daly
- Chef Foster: Changing our habits key to eating healthier foods, improving our diets -- give it a try
- Southeast Tourism Society selects Kentucky Crafted: The Market a Top 20 event for month of April
- Keven Moore: Community Surveillance Program uses technology to help police protect our neighborhoods
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By Stephen L. Pruitt Special to KyForward Spring is a time for new beginnings. I hope that everyone has had a chance to get away or at least find a way...
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- Commentary: Churches are not second class -- state should treat all organizations equally
- Commentary: It's the 50th anniversary of Earth Day -- we all need to find a way to make a difference
- Bill Straub: If Bevin truly is a man of integrity, then it's well past time that he shows some
- Commentary: Paying taxes causes aggravation for many, but we all benefit from the results
- Constance Alexander: By meeting challenges day by day, Hannah Babcock proves 'yes she can'