Kentucky Employers Can Help Provide a Second Chance Editorials

In April, people across the country celebrated Second Chance Month, an initiative dedicated to breaking down barriers to post-incarceration reintegration and compassion for those returning to our communities. April may be over, but in a state like Kentucky we should be working every day to support our neighbors and ensure …

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Kentucky Bourbon Trail Prepares For Summer | New

Restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic will end on June 11 and travel resumes. And the Kentucky Bourbon Trail is celebrating its 22nd anniversary with a new passport and field guide for all 18 distilleries on the trail as well as 19 on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour. “Visits …

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Kentucky Voter Registration “Starts to Bounce” | New

After several consecutive months of removing more voters from the voters list, Kentucky recorded a net gain of 82 voters in April. While 5,009 new registrations were registered, 4,927 registrations were canceled. 3,396 of them were deceased voters, 1,076 voters who voluntarily opted out and 455 were convicted of felony. …

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