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During her father's funeral on Friday, Lee Ellen Fish, daughter of R.N. and Mary D. Ferguson, recalled what it was like to be an only child raised by a news reporter and a police officer. 
‘Never a dull day’ during the life of Christian County lawman, daughter recounts
Americans are dying because some politicians have discouraged two key things that have been proven to quash COVID-19, Al Cross, director of the Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, writes for the Northern Kentucky Tribune.
Conservative politicians discourage masking and vaccines, both proven to save lives in a pandemic
The new mural is just the right size and height for selfies.
Campers leave a lasting image for Hoptown
The pandemic, and ridiculous reactions to it, are likely to get worse, and Beshear surely knew that when he said July 23 that he wasn’t going to Fancy Farm.
Gov. Beshear may be masking a reason for not going to Fancy Farm — masks
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.
AG Cameron greenlights transparency loophole
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.
Recalling memories of Girls Scouts, girl power and summer camps
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?
Al Cross: Rand Paul trends more eccentric, leaving room in the middle
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.
Child tax credit photo illustration
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.
Taking stock of Jeffers Bend as an asset to region
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.
Commonwealth Honors Academy challenges teens to explore and grow
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