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Buffalo Trace Distillery and the University of Kentucky have joined forces on a 15-year research project to study the genetic responses of trees from various regions to different white oak forest establishment techniques in a rural field application.   

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Gone are the spatula-shaped door handles and the whiff of Whoppers. Alfonso’s Taco Shop, a Mexican restaurant, opened its doors this week in the Hudson Hollow Road building that previously housed Burger King.

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The Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Billie Dollins of Community Trust Bank as its newest board member recently. She will fill the vacancy left by retiring board member John Senter, also of Community Trust Bank.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unforeseen challenges for all businesses, but perhaps none had to deal with as much as Frankfort Regional Medical Center.

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On Wednesday, the Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce presented the Danny A. Garland Humanitarian Award posthumously to longtime educator and former Franklin County Magistrate Don Sturgeon, who passed away late last year from COVID-19 at age 83.

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On Tuesday Beth Greenwell Carter, an internationally trained chef who owns three downtown Frankfort businesses — B’s Bakery; Fork, Knife & Spoon; and The Elizabeth — was honored with the Frankfort Area Chamber of Commerce’s Rising Star Award, which recognizes a person who has started and…

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Though the deadline for applying has passed, the City of Frankfort has continued to work with those businesses that submitted applications to help them get up to $10,000 in small business grants.Several businesses became eligible and got their funding this month, according to Frankfort Grant…

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The Kentucky Capital Development Corp. (KCDC) touched on several topics at its Tuesday meeting, including the composition of the next executive board, the health of local businesses and the organization’s next budget.