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Nature lovers will enjoy Kentucky Proud Evenings focus on Red River Gorge biodiversity on June 24

The Kentucky Proud Evenings series continues June 24, when Dan and Judy Dourson discuss the great diversity of both common and rare flora in the Greater Red River Basin. The Fayette County office of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service hosts the free monthly series, which celebrates Kentucky’s rich literary and food culture with author discussions and samples from Plate It Up!...

Ag Commissioner James Comer ending first year in office as it began – full steam ahead

James Comer is nearing the end of his first year as Commissioner of Agriculture. (Photo by Tim Thornberry)   By Tim Thornberry KyForward correspondent   Just one year ago, James Comer was preparing to be sworn in as the state’s new agriculture commissioner after a long campaign.   But Comer, a lifelong farmer and 11-year veteran of Kentucky’s House of Representatives, was no stranger...