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Months prior to an election, state and local election officials plan and prepare tirelessly to protect the safety and integrity of our elections. Now, less than 100 days before a general election that will take place amid a global pandemic, election officials across the nation are preparing …

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Even as many people hope for critically necessary financial support for struggling hospitals across the country, this next coronavirus relief package represents perhaps the best chance to address a critical issue facing rural America that has been magnified by the pandemic: the devastating s…

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As Frankfort navigates the most fragile economy in nearly a century, a lack of land to accommodate new manufacturing jobs is a crisis that must be addressed by elected leadership — especially the Franklin County Fiscal Court.

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A week after announcing that a 4- to 5-foot fence will be installed around the Governor’s Mansion, the Capital Planning Advisory Board discussed a nearly $50 million upgrade to the Capitol on Wednesday.

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It has come to my attention that the large marble statue of Jefferson Davis was recently removed from the Kentucky State Capitol. Four statues remain, depicting likenesses of Henry Clay, Dr. Ephraim McDowell, Alben W. Berkley and Abraham Lincoln. 

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Restrictions brought on by the pandemic have reduced the demand for certain drugs. In a United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Report, restrictions resulting from lockdown hindered the production of opiates and impeded cocaine production.

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It seems the only thing the Franklin County Fiscal Court can agree on is not agreeing. Over the last several months we have noticed increasing dissension among the court members, and Thursday evening’s meeting was no different. They were at it again — this time over Judge-Executive Huston We…

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A couple of years ago, when my daughter got selected to represent our commonwealth of Kentucky at the National History Day (NHD) contest for her video documentary on women’s rights, we visited legislative and judicial buildings in Washington, D.C.