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Congratulations to: Merl Hackbart of the University of Kentucky Martin School of Public Policy and Administration, recipient of the Aaron Wildavsky Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Budgeting and Financial Management. Laurel R. Martin, named President of Junior Achievement of the Bluegrass. Marilyn Clark, Manager of Economic Development and Supplier Diversity for Fayette County…

State Submits Plan for Vaccine Distribution

The Kentucky Department for Public Health (KDPH) has submitted its plan for distributing coronavirus vaccines to the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention. In September, the federal government told states to prepare a for a coronavirus vaccine to be ready to distribute by Nov. 1. Kentucky’s initial, comprehensive draft plan is now in writing and…

In Brief–TL;DR News

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases worldwide has surpassed 40 million, according to Johns Hopkins University.The data shows the pace of the pandemic continues to pick up: It took just 32 days to go from 30 million global cases to 40 million. It took three months to reach 10 million when the first cases were reported…

Arrest Made in Cold Case Murder

  (LFUCG)–An arrest has been made in a Lexington homicide case that had gone cold for more than a decade. Investigators today arrested Rachel Martin, 34, for the 2009 murder of Charlie Sowers. Sowers was found May 27, 2009 in his home on Augusta Drive suffering from a head injury. The 71-year-old was later pronounced deceased…

KDA Signs Agreement With EPA

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quarles (right) joined EPA Region 4 Administrator Mary S. Walker (left) Friday, Oct. 16, in signing a Memorandum of Understanding between the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Kentucky Department of Agriculture. (Kentucky Department of Agriculture photo). (KDA)– The Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the…

Lex Police Ask for Input

(LFUCG)–The Lexington Police Department today announced the launch of a public survey to generate feedback from residents and local business owners. The brief survey is online at www.lexington-pd.org. It takes just a few minutes to complete and is available in both English and Spanish. “This survey is another opportunity for Lexington residents to provide valuable feedback…

Majority Working from Home Say Workload has Increased

By Danielle Moore // SWNS–If you’ve found working from home to be far more stressful than you initially anticipated, you’re far from alone. In a new study, sixty-three percent of Americans working from home agreed that while they felt the opportunity to work remotely was a huge plus, the negatives of the transition to remote…

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