Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Oh, Kentucky

The University of the Cumberlands is cutting tuition for undergraduate students by 57 percent.

A new clinic "to extend the healing ministry of Christ to everyone" in Manchester.

Kentucky considers boosting its animal-cruelty penalties, and The Horse takes hopeful note.

USA Today reports on a nationwide effort is underway to save 458 pigs rescued from a Falmouth farm.

The state has a new Boxing and Wrestling Commission chair, and he's a former Somerset High Briar Jumpers football star with a "mind for money" and solid résumé of excelling on state boards, reports Christopher Harris in the Commonwealth Journal.

Joe Asher in the Harlan Daily Enterprise delivers a comprehensive report on the fiscal court's tourism priorities and efforts to refresh the county's parks.

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