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In little more than five weeks, Kentuckians will go to the polls to begin the process of electing their next governor, or giving the current one four more years. But the race has seemed to have a slow pace. more
Vacation preparation for me includes sunblock and reading lists. This year, I’ve already started to stockpile SPFs and a list of must-reads and re-reads. I’ve consulted the bestsellers, bookstore picks, and my mom… because, well, mothers know best. more
In March, Kentucky’s first lady wrote an opinion piece calling Kentucky’s proposed Freedom Scholarship Program “a great step toward improving access to education opportunities for all Kentucky’s children.” We applaud Ms. Bevin for championing universal educational access. However, we encourage her, Gov. Matt Bevin and the Kentucky General Assembly to pledge that any bill they support actually grants that access to all students, including those with disabilities. more
Al Cross, director of the University of Kentucky’s Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, has succeeded where other open records disputants often fail. He did this by simply refusing to take “no” for an answer. more
There is a rising tide of anti-Semtism in the world, a scourge that is spreading in the Middle East, in Europe and even here in the United States. In recent months, Jewish communities in Pittsburgh and the San Diego area have been victimized by deadly shootings at synagogues. more
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