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Energy Saving Tips from KU

(KU)–Summer doesn’t officially begin until June 21, but sweltering temperatures are already in full effect. Because increased heat often translates into increased energy use and energy bills, Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company are offering five simple tips to help better manage energy use throughout the warmer season. Seal up leaks – Tools like…

Business Deadline Next Week

Kentucky businesses registered with the Secretary of State’s office must file an annual report with the agency by June 30, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes reminded Monday. For the third year in a row, Kentucky businesses appear to be ready to break the Secretary of State’s records for annual report filings online. More than…

Pesticide Certification Available for H.S.

(KY Dept of Ag)–Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles Monday announced a state partnership that will open a new career path for Kentucky high school students. The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) has added Agricultural Pesticide Applicator Certification to the list of qualified KDE industry certifications in a partnership with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA). The…

Don’t Leave These Things in a Hot Car

(Be Ready Lexington)–As the summertime and hot temperatures become more frequent, the most common reminders for drivers are to be aware of how warm a vehicle can get while parked in the sun and to never leave a child or pet inside that car or truck. In addition, however, there are many other common items…

Good For You!

Congratulations to: UK freshman Anna Wagner, awarded a Critical Language Scholarship to study Russian.  The program offers intensive summer language institutes overseas through the U.S. State Department. Dr. Jessica Lynn Wilson of Nicholasville, appointed to the Kentucky Board of Nursing. Judith Piazza of Lexington, appointed to the Kentucky Board of Veterinary Examiners. Dr. M. Susanne…

June is Pet Preparedness Month

(BeReady Lexington)–Pets are part of the family too and deserve to have their own emergency kit. Here are some items to include in your pet’s preparedness kit in case of an emergency: Copies of medical records Medication, especially those for heartworms and fleas and ticks Food and water that will last for at least a…

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