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The Kentucky Statehouse

Kentucky Lawmakers Briefed on Governor’s Pension Measure

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky lawmakers are being briefed on a new pension bill as Gov. Matt Bevin’s administration continues preparations for a special legislative session. Lawmakers met with members of Bevin’s team on Wednesday at the state Capitol. The measure is aimed at giving regional universities, county health departments and many other agencies relief… Read More

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Loans Available to WVa Farms for Hurricane-Related Flooding

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Farmers in two dozen counties in West Virginia are eligible to apply for emergency loans from flooding caused by hurricanes Florence and Michael last year. The state Department of Agriculture says in a news release the U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved a disaster designation for damage that occurred between April… Read More

Meigs County Celebrates its Bicentennial

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Meigs County had a weekend packed with events to celebrate its bicentennial, including a parade featuring Governor Mike DeWine as the Grand Marshal. Over 20 floats that represented either Meigs County historical events or current businesses and organizations made their way through Pomeroy and into Middleport. DeWine walked the entire parade route, taking time to… Read More

Royal Society President Explains Ribosomes & Charts His Career for Podcast


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Dr. Venki Ramakrishnan, a molecular biologist, is president of the Royal Society in Great Britain, the same organization formerly headed by Sir Isaac Newton and Ernest Rutherford. He feels it is the duty and obligation of top scientists to explain, in understandable terms, their discoveries to the general population to extend understanding and knowledge. Dr…. Read More