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Bellarmine University to hold racial-justice panel discussion Thursday; virtual event open to public

Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and David McAtee — three of the many Black people killed by police in the United States this year. Social and political mobilization related to these killings, and to racial injustice more broadly, has grown in many cities, including Louisville. But how do we come to a critical understanding of this moment, and what is the right response? On Thursday (Sept. 17) from 6...

KYTC invites students to partner in annual Adopt-a-Highway art contest to promote litter-free Kentucky

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Secretary Jim Gray has invited Kentucky students to submit original artwork for the agency’s annual Adopt-a-Highway art contest following the theme Adopt-a-Highway: Keeping Kentucky Beautiful. The artwork promotes a litter-free message to residents and winners can prizes. “This longstanding tradition engages our youngest citizens early in life to promote a cleaner...