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Beshear announces extension of mail-in renewal option for certain driver’s licenses in Kentucky

Gov. Andy Beshear, citing the need to help people stay healthy by avoiding crowds during flu season and the continuing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, has announced an extension of a special program for mail-in renewal of certain driver’s licenses. “With flu season upon us and the COVID-19 pandemic still a threat across the Commonwealth, it’s more important than ever to stay healthy and...

KDA responds to students learning at home due to pandemic by generating education opportunities

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) is responding to the state’s school students currently learning at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic by generating ag education opportunities for students. “The KDA is announcing two ways that students can learn about agriculture at home during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles. “We are extending...

Kentucky Legal Food Frenzy extended through April 3 to address regional food banks’ increased need

Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division today announced the extension of the Kentucky Legal Food Frenzy initiative and encouraged Kentuckians to support the Commonwealth’s regional food banks in response to increased need resulting from the coronavirus (“COVID-19”) pandemic. The Legal Food Frenzy is traditionally a statewide food and fund drive...