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Remembering Scottie Ernst

Two years ago I sat on Scottie and Debbie Ernst’s porch – a beautiful porch that I had passed many times driving down Main Street. ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Abigail Whitehouse.

Returning to the classroom has more questions than answers

BY ZAC OAKES zac@amnews.com   Like many of you, I’ve been curiously watching and reading as more information about what the return to school classrooms ... Read more

3 weeks ago by The Interior Journal.

Black workers’ jobs matter

The wave of protests after the police killing of George Floyd has prompted a re-examination of racism in all areas of American society. In many ... Read more

1 month ago by The Interior Journal.

Lessons learned while quarantining

How quickly things can change. I’ve considered myself lucky during the COVID-19 pandemic. Myself, my family, and close friends have remained healthy thus far during ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Technology makes life more fun, and a little easier

I was watching TV while pumping gas the other day and … no, that’s what I said. I was watching TV while pumping gas. You’ve ... Read more

2 months ago by Jeff Moreland.

States pleading for federal bailout are the most poorly managed 

An annual study by national financial watchdog Truth in Accounting (TIA)   found that many of the states that are now crowing the loudest for a federal ... Read more

2 months ago by The Interior Journal.

Every American deserves a shot at financial freedom

Americans across the country are hurting. They have seen friends, neighbors and family members wade through financial hardship or had to face it themselves. They ... Read more

3 months ago by The Interior Journal.

‘Years of life’ lost to coronavirus and abortion

It’s been roughly seven weeks since the coronavirus entered Kentucky, causing citizens to wrestle with its grim realities. As of Sunday, according to the governor’s ... Read more

3 months ago by Jeff Moreland.

Don’t let open government become another victim of the COVID-19 pandemic

By DEAN RIDINGS CEO, America’s Newspapers Federal and state freedom of information laws — intended to keep government meetings and records open and accessible to ... Read more

3 months ago by The Interior Journal.

State temporarily halts wage garnishing for UK medical bills. It should be a permanent stop.

By Linda Blackford Lexington Herald-Leader   Gov. Andy Beshear’s administration says it has stopped a harmful and possibly unlawful practice of garnishing the wages of ... Read more

4 months ago by Jeff Moreland.

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