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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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The Kentucky Association of Government Communicators has named Virginia Moore, executive director of the Kentucky Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, as its 2021 Communicator of the Year.

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The Humane Society and the Franklin County Health Department are partnering for a vaccination event on Sunday, Sept. 26, at the Hancock Pavilion at Lakeview Park.

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Flu season is rapidly approaching, and although in 2020-2021 flu season Kentucky saw a 99% drop in cases from a year earlier, it is expected to make a comeback this year, although health officials cannot say how much it will be.

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As decisions about whether to require masks to thwart the coronavirus in Kentucky move to local school districts, governments and businesses, there's still much doubt and misinformation about whether they actually work to slow the spread of the virus, even though research shows they do. 

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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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The Franklin County Humane Society reported Tuesday that it is now requiring masks to be worn by all staff, volunteers and visitors — regardless of vaccination status — due to the increasing number of coronavirus cases and the delta variant in the area.

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Students at all of Kentucky’s public colleges and universities can expect to see a mask mandate in place, when classes begin for the fall semester.