For more than 70 years, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has been paving the way for youth to pursue engineering careers by offering two scholarship programs to help pay for college and guarantee a job.
A few weeks ago, we learned about the Orion nebula, a place where new stars are being born. Today, we look at a very different type of nebula, one that represents the death of a star.
Otrera Arts is excited to share new paintings and drawings by Kentucky artist Tona Barkley. Barkley’s "FÈTE CHAMPÊTRE" is a celebration of music, community and life.
Twenty-three local students earned Dean’s List honors at the University of Kentucky’s College of Arts and Sciences for the fall 2020 semester.
It took years of planning and nearly five months to complete, but former Frankfort Police Department Capt. David Schroerlucke achieved his dream of finishing his solo thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail (AT) on Tuesday.
The Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA) is offering a $500 scholarship and photo shoot to one of the state’s public or private high school juniors.
Saturday, Jan. 9, marks the start of the Franklin County Farmers Market winter market season. The markets will occur every other Saturday from 10-11:30 a.m. Online ordering pick up is available.
I’m going to visit several topics including a perfect stretch for making changes that begins Saturday, plowing in January and February, and planting snow peas. But first …
The Rotary Club of Frankfort will discuss how to engage with the General Assembly and other elected officials and government entities in the age of COVID-19 at its next meeting.
Some people call it the winter blues. Some people call it Seasonal Affective Disorder. No matter what you call it, the symptoms include feelings of being depressed during the coldest months of the year.
Registration continues for the YMCA of Central Kentucky’s Black Achievers Virtual Program, which is open to students in grades 6-12 and starts on Saturday.
When Lincoln Ray Marriott made his way into the world at 8:09 p.m. Friday, he became the first baby born at Frankfort Regional Medical Center in 2021.
Three female Frankfort artists were among 44 who received 2020 Artist Enrichment grants from the Kentucky Foundation for Women totaling $164,960.
Orion is one of the most easily recognizable constellations in the night sky. The three stars that make up the belt of Orion form a straight line. Below Orion’s belt hangs his sword (or dagger) in what appears to be another straight line of three stars. Sharp eyes and dark skies call this as…
Several years ago, when I turned 50, two friends made a DVD for me, recording birthday wishes from people around the community.
Welcome to the new year and may it have fewer challenges than the one we just completed a few hours ago! It’s time to start planning for our 2021 gardens, whether the plot is a half-acre or a couple of tomato plants by the back porch.
Officials with the City of Frankfort, Franklin County and the First Corinthian Missionary Baptist Church held a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for the church’s new Community Life Center in South Frankfort.
Telescope sales have broken records this year. Current amateurs have invested in new gear, those who have drifted away from the hobby have come back, and a large new wave of enthusiastic amateur astronomers have entered the field.
This has been quite a memorable year to say the least. COVID has changed the way we do so many things and many of them may become permanent changes to our way of life.
The Franklin County Farmers Market is pleased to announce our new market manager — Kellie Sebastian! Kellie grew up on a farm in Waddy and studied agriculture in college, so she has a natural connection to the market and our farmers.
The winter solstice brings with it an astronomical rarity. On Dec. 21, Jupiter and Saturn will appear closer to each other from our perspective than they have in 400 years. The two planets have appeared close to each other for many months, but changing perspectives and Jupiter passing Saturn…
Central Baptist Church in Lawrenceburg invites everyone to the Morning Worship Service at 11 a.m. on Dec. 20 to hear international missionaries Roy and Jenna McIntyre speak.