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Kentucky agriculture officials and the federal government have finalized an agreement on how industrial hemp seeds may be imported into the state. After reaching the deal Friday, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture has agreed to drop a lawsuit filed in May over acquiring the seeds. Under the agreement, the department will file an application with… Read More
A suburban Cincinnati abortion clinic that had remained open while fighting the state's closure order will have to close unless it files an appeal or other legal action. A Hamilton County judge ruled Friday that he doesn't have jurisdiction to change the Ohio Department of Health order closing the Lebanon Road Surgery Center in Sharonville…. Read More
Saturday’s 65th Parade of the Hills Grande Parade will feature more than 100 floats, bands and organizations — about one-third of the number that graced the event decades ago. But while the number of parade units has shrunk, the enthusiasm and community spirit surrounding the parade is as high as ever. The Grande Parade will… Read More
Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville is now accepting applications for students interested in becoming a part of the Stuart’s After School Music Program, which begins in September. Students will learn to play instruments (guitar, drums, bass, keyboards, vocals, and more) and receive instruction from area musicians and teachers.