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Constance Alexander: As social distancing drags on, book club thrives in the company of busy women

Sex, religion, race, money, men, marriage, kids, murder, politics, abuse, abandonment, addiction, romance, and real-life are just some of the topics my book group tackles each month. If the reading selection does not address those issues, no problem. Fueled by words, wine, an array of sweet snacks and some chocolate, we manage to discuss the book at hand, while also touching on current events at home,...

U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman on Bevin pardons: ‘Particularly concerned’ about sex offenders

By Tom Latek Kentucky Today Russell Coleman, the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky, has weighed in on the hundreds of pardons and sentence commutations issued by Republican former Gov. Matt Bevin during the last days of his administration. 
Bevin granted clemency to more than 600 people, mostly to those convicted of low-level drug offenses, some of whom had already served their sentences. ...