So far, more than 11,000 applications for FEMA aid have been received from the residents in the storm’s lengthy path.
Tornado-impacted Ky. residents’ deadline to apply for FEMA, SBA assistance approaching
Edward T. "Ned" Breathitt Jr., a Hopkinsville native and Kentucky's 51st governor, is remembered for helping win passage of the first civil rights bill in a Southern state.
ned breathitt
Noting that his executive branch is masked up, the Democratic governor said, "We have not had a major outbreak that I think they’re seeing on the legislative side. That’s because masks work."
legislators not wearing masks
The Kentucky Democratic Party, Rep. Derrick Graham and four residents announced they would sue to block the maps, arguing they violate the Kentucky Constitution by splitting counties into multiple districts “without legitimate purpose” and more times than is necessary to create districts of roughly equal size.
Lawmakers override Beshear vetoes, Dems sue to block redistricting maps
The surge, prompted by the highly contagious omicron variant, has resulted in an increased demand for COVID-19 testing and vaccines — services the county health department also administers.
health department
In one county, the fiscal court has refused to issue bonds for solar farms, which has angered local farmers who want solar projects on their land.
Ky. farmers increasingly caught up in debate over solar farms
The online program is on Jan. 25. There is no charge to view the reading, which will feature Kentucky writer Silas House.
bell hooks mural
Telling insurance companies to pay for rapid COVID-19 tests is just the latest COVID-related cost the federal government expects them to bear. But who really ends up paying for it?
COVID tests
Students should contact their instructors, the college announced.
HCC campuses closed Thursday, Friday
Officials said they were closing city offices in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.
City hall will be closed Thursday and Friday


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