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A few months after the boiler at Kentucky State University’s indoor pool at the Exum Center went on the fritz, the Frankfort City Commission decided to take matters into their own hands by dedicating up to $30,000 to fund an architectural/engineering assessment and report for the pool, which…

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Kentucky State University’s Board of Regents gathered virtually on Monday morning for a special-called meeting to approve several agenda items, including the 2022-23 fiscal year’s Operating Educational and General (unrestricted) Budget and Tuition and Fees. 

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The Kentucky State University Board of Regents named a new interim president at a special-called meeting Monday.

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More than three months after a Franklin Circuit Court jury found that Kentucky State University violated the state’s Whistleblower Act by terminating an employee, attorneys for both parties were back in court Tuesday for a hearing on post-trial motions.

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Karen Wirth of the Kentucky Department of Education was awarded the Honorary State FFA Degree at a special ceremony during the 93rd State FFA Convention in Lexington.

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Isabella Taylor, of Frankfort, graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in French, Political Science during Hollins University's 180th commencement ceremony last month.

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The Kentucky Chamber Foundation recently celebrated the 10-year anniversary of the Leadership Institute for School Principals program with a luncheon to commemorate the program’s success, thank sponsors and contributors, and recognize principals that have completed the program.

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As directed by Kentucky House Bill 250 — an emergency crisis for Kentucky State University that led them to receive $23 million in appropriations to stay afloat in April — the Council on Postsecondary Education must provide reports to the Interim Joint Committee on Education “detailing the s…

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The Kentucky Council On Postsecondary Education (CPE) met on Friday morning to go over an update from Kentucky State University on House Bill 250, where in April, the bill passed and funded KSU with $23 million in appropriations to help keep the university afloat financially through the end …

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — William Arflack, of Frankfort, interned for U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, this summer in McConnell's Washington, D.C., office. Arflack is a senior at University of Kentucky majoring in print journalism and minoring in political science.

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Frankfort Regional Medical Center will host its 11th annual Kid’s Safety Day from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, June 25.

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Five students from Western Hills and one from The Frankfort Christian Academy who attend the Gatton Academy at Western Kentucky University are participating in summer research projects and other programs.

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The Kentucky State University Department of Music in conjunction with the Sen. Gerald Neal, D-Louisville, and Rep. Derrick Graham, D-Frankfort, will host a performance by the Urban Strings Columbus Youth Orchestra 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 15, in the Capitol Rotunda.

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The Kentucky Governor’s School for the Arts kicks off its 35th anniversary class this summer with a class doubled in size from previous years thanks to supplemental funding from the Kentucky Department of Education. 

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Tulsa Service Year (TSY), a program aiming to connect diverse, high-potential young talent to career opportunities in Tulsa, has announced its 2022 cohort, comprised of 20 fellows from New York University, Brown University, University of Michigan, Kentucky State University, University of Kan…