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Good For You!

Congratulations to: Stephen Gates of Lexington, appointed to the Motor Vehicle Commission Ricardo Franklin and Hillary Sykes of Fayette County, and Amy Schumacher of Scott County, among those named to the 2021 Survivors Council in the state Attorney General’s Office UK volleyball player Madison Lilley, named Southeastern Conference Female Athlete of the Year. Anna Sullinger…MORE

FEMA Extends Deadline

(FEMA)–At the request of Gov. Beshear, FEMA has extended the deadline for severe-storm survivors to register for help. The deadline to apply is now July 23. Homeowners and renters affected by severe flooding in the following 31 counties are eligible and encouraged to register: Anderson, Breathitt, Boyd, Clark, Clay, Estill, Fayette, Floyd, Franklin, Greenup, Jackson,…MORE

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CUMULUS LEXINGTON ADVERTISING AN OVERVIEW OF OUR RADIO STATIONS: WHY RADIO: Research shows successful ad campaigns share 8 characteristics. Radio is the only local media option that delivers all eight of them. That’s why radio consistently gives you the highest return on investment of any local media and that’s why it should always be your…MORE

In Brief–TL;DR News

As chilly temperatures sweep the nation it could be tempting to put your food out in snowy conditions in order to keep them good while your power is out but the USDA is saying it’s not a good idea. The USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has a long list of reasons why you shouldn’t…MORE

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Congratulations to: Liz Combs of UK’s Department of Dietetics and Human Nurtition and Lou Hirsch or UK’s Department of Plant Pathology.  Both have received Master Teacher Awards from the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. Shawn Lyons, named Vice President for Advancement at Transylvania University. Ken Haynes with UK’s Department of Entomology, recipient of the…MORE

In Brief–TL;DR News

Apparently, there are some people who aren’t looking forward to the three-day weekend. Health officials fear Labor Day weekend could result in a new surge of COVID-19 cases in the U.S.”Summer is a social time,” says U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams. “People like to get together for barbecues, for cookouts. We are set up for spread…MORE

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Moderators have been selected for the upcoming debates. The Commission on Presidential Debates released the list Wednesday.Fox News’s Chris Wallace will be given the reins in the first match up between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Biden Sept. 29 in Cleveland.C-SPAN senior executive producer and political editor Steve Scully will navigate round two…MORE

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Congratulations to: These first place finishers in the Region 8 Swimming and Diving Championships: Girls: 200 Freestyle:  Emma Lykins, Lafayette 50 Freestyle:  Lili Elayi, Lafayette 1-Meter diving:  Van McKinley, Henry Clay 100 Butterfly, Lili Elayi, Lafayette 100 Freestyle:  Emma Lykins, Lafayette 500 Freestyle:  Makayla Young, Dunbar 100 Backstroke:  Zoe Schaeffer, Henry Clay Boys: 200 Medley…MORE

National Potato Day

National Potato Day is August 19, so if you like spuds, this one’s for you! Never celebrated this tasty tot before? Good news, we have the lowdown on how to do things up right with facts and links to turn you from couch potato to party animal. Potatoes have been a popular food for centuries…MORE