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Tim Hanner dialing back a long, distinguished career in education for his ‘What’s Next?’ and new kidney

By Judy Clabes NKyTribune editor Tim Hanner spent his career as an educator urging students to focus on “What’s Next?” because some new, unknown opportunity is always just ahead. Tim Hanner and grandson Charlie In his own fulsome experience in teaching and sharing with others, Hanner was a classroom teacher, a principal, an associate commissioner of education for Kentucky, a superintendent,...

United Way of the Bluegrass, NaviGo College Career Prep to announce newest scholars

Building a stronger future for both students and businesses, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky will sponsor 20 high school students in Central Kentucky through the NaviGo College and Career Prep Services program. On Monday, June 13, NaviGo and United Way of the Bluegrass will recognize Toyota and the students who have been selected for the 2016-17 NaviGo Scholars Program. Representatives from Toyota...

Commentary: Lessons from Breeders' Cup can help us move community from good to great

By Mike McKenzie Special to KyForward   First it was the World Equestrian Games and now it is the Breeders’ Cup … two events of exceptional quality and incredible reach beyond the geographic boundaries of our state and country. While the Breeders’ Cup is still more than two months away, it is anticipated to be every bit the success as the World Equestrian Games.   The two have...