FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - “I owe it to the people of Kentucky not to bow to terror, but to continue to do what is right, for their families and for mine,” Gov. Andy Beshear said, referring to a group of protesters who hung him in effigy on the Capitol grounds Sunday.
Wearing a mask when out in public is even more important as Kentucky reopens its economy, medical professionals advise. Many Kentuckians are skeptical.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - Kentucky politicians were quick to react in condemnation to an effigy of Gov. Andy Beshear that was hung in a tree at the Capitol during a protest on Sunday afternoon that included protesters chanting "Come out Andy!" and "Resign Andy!" in front of the governor’s mansion.
It was an honor to serve you and our district at the Capitol during the 2020 regular session. With a reduced staff and no visitors, efforts to promote social distancing left the Capitol much quieter than usual for the final days of a budget session. However, the legislature continued to work…
I would like to share an update regarding the upcoming Primary Election. I hope you are already aware that the Governor and Secretary of State worked together to postpone this year’s Primary from May 18 to June 23 and expand the absentee voting options to include all voters as part of the st…
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) - “We now think we have not just plateaued, but we are in a decline,” Gov. Andy Beshear said on Friday during his daily press briefing on the coronavirus pandemic.
The Berea City Council heard the first reading of an ordinance to create a new entity called the Department of Business and Tourism Development. The measure was read for the first time Tuesday evening during a council teleconference.
Good evening Pirates, Pirate friends and families, my name is Zachary Brock and I am the secretary for the graduating class of 2020 at BCHS . First let me begin by thanking each and every administrator, guardian, and peer tutor that got us to where we are today. You all chose to do somethi…
Members of Cleveland Frost Post 50, The American Legion, will place flags on the graves of Veterans at the Berea Cemetery on Thursday at 9 a.m. Particpants are asked to bring a mask and gloves to the cemetery.