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Gov. Andy Beshear announced new roadside signs to recognize the state's two Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) — Kentucky State University and Simmons College of Kentucky.

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Starting next week, Frankfort Independent Schools, working with the Cumberland Family Medical Center, will be offering Test to Stay for its students.

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Kentucky State University announced on Monday that it got reapproval for its Small-Scale Farm Grant Program, which aids “small and limited-resource farmers in Kentucky,” to the tune of $990,000.

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The Office of the Attorney general issued an opinion last week which found that the Kentucky State University Foundation, the school’s primary private fundraising arm, is a public agency. 

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Kentucky Auditor Mike Harmon’s office is looking into the finances at Kentucky State University, per both KSU Chief Financial Officer Greg Rush and the auditor’s office.

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The Frankfort Independent Schools board passed a working budget for the 2021-2022 school year at its meeting Monday, and it had two things Board Chairman Jina Greathouse was happy to see.

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Editor's Note: One week after the publication of this article, Kentucky State University Acting President Clara Stamps reached out to the State Journal asking for a retraction of the section in another article that included Phillip Clay stating that “the president’s office” told him that fac…

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Editor’s Note: Nine days after the publication of this article, Kentucky State University Acting President Clara Stamps reached out to the State Journal asking for a retraction of the section that included Phillip Clay stating that “the president’s office” told him that faculty senate could …

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Editor's note: Read about the information that Chandee Felder provided to the State Journal in the story "Former KSU staff regent says board should be removed for inaction on financial issues."

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With COVID-19 cases on the rise, Franklin County Schools has decided to use five non-traditional instruction (NTI) days next week.

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