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Whether we call them heroes or legends, we’re often surprised by the death of a superstar athlete. Especially when it comes in an unexpected fashion or when they’re young. more
RUSSELL, Ky. (KT) – A community prayer meeting is scheduled for Wednesday at First Baptist Church in Russell in the wake of the shocking news that Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital will be closing at the end of September. more
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Words hurt people. I have been told for years and found it to be true personally, "Hurt people, hurt people." When words are used about someone or to someone that defame, demean or degrade them, hurt occurs. more
It’s been over a week since Major League Baseball released its report on the Houston Astros cheating scandal. If you’ve not heard, the reigning American League champions had technology positioned to steal signs for the benefit of their batters. more
Here at Kentucky Today, we value human life and we hope you notice. We work hard to feature stories on every aspect of supporting and valuing human life. We feature stories that focus on the value of human life from “conception to the coffin” because of its intrinsic importance to us all. more
In his first State of the Commonwealth address on Tuesday night, Gov. Andy Beshear called on legislators to do more to serve “Team Kentucky.” In the address he referenced Luke 12:48, saying Kentucky’s legislative leaders have a great responsibility to serve. more
There’s an imbalance of loss when public accusations are made. The one who leads a public ministry has everything to lose, while an anonymous blogger has nothing to lose. more
My boys keep asking me what holiday is next. Whose birthday, what sort of feast, celebration, or occasion will mark our days? Basically, when can they expect some cake? more
In 2018, the General Assembly and Kentucky voters demonstrated their strong support for crime victims when they overwhelmingly adopted the Marsy’s Law constitutional amendment. Their intent was as clear as their message: “You deserve better, we support you, and your voice matters.” Victims were able to breathe a sigh of relief knowing they would finally be afforded the same level of constitutional protections as the accused and convicted. more
Over the past few months we have witnessed a great injustice occur in some of our mining communities have reportedly failed to pay their hard-working men and women the wages they are owed.  more
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