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In a three-page open records decision issued Monday, Cameron allowed the Department of Fish and Wildlife to withhold records showing discussions of public business by public officials and employees on their privately owned devices.
By Kentucky Open Government Coalition
Columnist Constance Alexander learned she was not alone in her passion for Girl Scout camp. From all over the country, readers shared a field of fond memories much like her own.
By NKyTribune
Paul has become so eccentric (the latest examples being his racially tinged attacks on Booker, an African American) that a moderate Democrat could pick up a significant number of Republican votes. But what Democrat would that be?
By NKyTribune
If you can spare even a small amount of the federal child tax credits coming to families this month, there are two important options that could pay dividends in the future, writes Kentucky Treasurer Allison Ball.
By NKyTribune
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Jeffers Bend is named in honor and memory of Sherrill L. Jeffers, the first woman to be elected mayor of Hopkinsville. She was a strong advocate for environmental education through city government and Pride Inc.
By Charles Turner
An intense learning experience that involved 83 rising high school seniors, the academy attracted participants to MSU from various parts of Kentucky, and also Missouri, Illinois, Massachusetts and Tennessee.
By NKyTribune
Eulogizing people is a way of stitching together our connections as a community.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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The mining town of Lynch, Kentucky, is a good example of the diversity overlooked by history. In 1940, about one-third of the town's 12,000 residents were Black. And 38 nationalities were represented among employees recruited from Ellis Island.
By The Daily Yonder
The Democrats’ huge bill needs a lot of work. It tries to do too much in some cases, and not enough in others.
By Al Cross
Joe Craver documented more than 8,000 military graves in the county during his seven years of residency in Hopkinsville. Soon he's moving back to his home state, North Carolina.
By Jennifer P. Brown
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