More than 26,000 Kentucky businesses, employing more than 300,000 people, are owned by baby boomers, many of whom have not identified the next generation of ownership and could be at risk of closing their businesses when they retire. Transitioning to a worker-owned cooperative or other form …

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (February 25, 2019) – Deep roots grow leaders. That’s how Kentucky’s agricultural community develops leaders for our future. “Deep roots grow leaders” is also the theme of this year’s Ag Tag campaign to raise funds to invest in organizations building the leaders of tomorrow.

Senate Bill 9 Abortion Bill – Called the Fetal Heart Beat bill passed the Senate 31 to 6. It was an emotional time concerning the presentation of this Bill with two women from opposite ends of the abortion debate giving their testimonies of how abortion affected them. The entrepreneur from L…


Mike Harmon, the State Auditor of Public Accounts, completed his audit on October 22, 2018 and his findings were presented to both newspapers last week from the present Fiscal Court.


The February Fiscal Court had a packed house last Thursday evening as Gray Tomblyn, Commissioner for Dept of Rural and Municipal Aid and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet were on hand to discuss any highway and road issues that the community may have.

FRANKFORT  -- Senate President Robert Stivers II, R-Manchester, presides over the Senate as they meet in the Old State Capitol. (Senator Robert Stivers II (R). Senate President represents Senate District 25 which consists of Clay, Knox, Lee, Owsley, Whitley and Wolfe Counties.