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Here we are again. After the country, just weeks ago, saw a shocking video of Ahmaud Arbery shot to death in Georgia, now a video has emerged showing us George Floyd dying with a policeman’s knee on his neck, protesting “I Can’t Breathe.” more
“If you hear our smoke alarm, everything is fine.” I texted our neighbor after it went off the fourth time, lest he come over with a water hose and/or the fire department. He sent back a thumbs up emoji. more
FRANKFORT, Ky. – As part of Team Kentucky, Andy Beshear and I made a commitment to be good teammates to our fellow Kentuckians, to end the divisive political rhetoric and verbal attacks by demonstrating the compassion, empathy and leadership we believe they deserve.  more
For some of us, our resolve is cracking. more
The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the importance of healthcare providers, networks, and collaborations in our local communities. In particular, the Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) and Rural Health Clinics (RHC) are providing essential services to help keep our local populations healthy. more
FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – It is hard to believe that Kentucky saw its first confirmed case of COVID-19 just over two and a half months ago. more
As the federal government contemplated how to help people hurt by the pandemic and lockdown, the renewable energy industry was scrambling behind the scenes to use the COVID-19 rescue package to extend something called the Production Tax Credit—one of many government subsidies used to prop up wind and solar producers.  more
The other day, the boys and I were on a walk and noticed a tiny, broken egg in the grass. Unlike the easily identifiable robin egg, this one was smaller and not such a brilliant blue. For a brief moment, we poured over my smartphone and egg pictures. more
Our country recently observed National Nurses Week, honoring the dedicated men and women who work around the clock to heal our loved ones. The annual tribute was even more powerful in the midst of the global coronavirus crisis. Health care heroes in Kentucky and across the country are rushing toward danger — often at personal risk — to care for the sick and to beat this virus. more
I lost an old friend on Friday night. They said he died from coronavirus-related issues, but he’d been sick for some time. more
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