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Jan Hillard: Falsehood flies and the truth comes limping after it (Jonathan Swift)

An inventory by the Washington Post finds more than 18,000 untruths told by President Donald Trump since he took office in 2016. Several campaign ads by former Vice President Joe Biden include facts not supported by the record. Fact-checking has become a cottage industry with no shortage of work from Republican and Democratic elected officials and candidates. And while misinformation has always crept...

Business professionals, community leaders honored at 2020 Commerce Lexington Annual Dinner

About 1,000 business professionals, community and regional leaders, and elected officials attended the 2020 Commerce Lexington Inc. Annual Dinner presented by Fifth Third Bank in downtown Lexington on Thursday evening. This event gave a look back at 2019, highlighted some of the key goals of the organization, and recognized Commerce Lexington’s most involved members, volunteers, and community leaders. Commerce...

Five individuals, four organizations to receive 2018-19 Governor’s Award for the Arts Sept. 10

Five Kentuckians and four Kentucky organizations will receive the state’s top honors in the arts on Sept. 10 in Frankfort when Gov. Matt Bevin presents the 2018-19 Governor’s Awards in the Arts. The Governor’s Awards in the Arts recognize individuals and organizations making extraordinary and significant contributions to the arts in Kentucky. Awards go to artists, arts organizations, art critics,...