Kentucky Commemorates Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day: Gov. Beshear Directs State Offices to Fly Flags at Half-Staff Monday

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(Stock photo): Plaque at Pearl Harbor Memorial site in Hawaii.

FRANKFORT, KY – On July 16, Kentucky lost its last Pearl Harbor survivor, 101-year-old Albert Patrick. Last year, the community of Salyersville celebrated Patrick’s 100th birthday, when he was one of four remaining Pearl Harbor survivors in the nation. Today there are only two, both of them 98 years old.

Governor Andy Beshear Urges Vigilance as Kentucky Passes 200,000 COVID-19 Cases

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FRANKFORT, KY  –  Gov. Andy Beshear on Sunday, December 6, 2020 asked all Kentuckians to redouble efforts to fight COVID-19 as Kentucky surpassed 200,000 reported cases of coronavirus in the commonwealth – exactly nine months since the state’s first reported case.

A Calvin, Kentucky Man is Facing "Strangulation" & "Drug" Charges after Allegedly Placing Wife into Chokehold Bringing Her to the Ground


PINEVILLE, KY - The Bell County Sheriff's Department is reporting that: On Thursday evening December 3, 2020 Bell County Deputy Frank Foster arrested a Calvin man on an outstanding warrant for two choking incidents.

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ISP Chaplain Receives John A. Price Award from International Conference of Police Chaplains

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - Indiana State Police Department Staff Chaplain, Father Daniel Coffey, has received the John A. Price Award from the International Conference of Police Chaplains (ICPC).

Commercial Vehicle Fire in Southeast Kentucky

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MANCHESTER, KY - The City of Manchester Fire Department is reporting that: At approximately 7:50 P.M. on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 the City of Manchester Fire Department was notified by Clay County E-911 for a possible commercial vehicle fire.

Kentucky’s Retired Teachers Assoc. (KRTA) Releases 2021 KY General Assembly Legislative Priorities

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LOUISVILLE, KY – The Kentucky Retired Teachers Association (KRTA has released its legislative priorities for the 2021 Kentucky General Assembly regular session that begins the first week of January. 


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