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Guthrie: COVID vaccine might be developed by October Photo: Rep. Brett Guthrie (Facebook) While it wouldn’t be in mass production until early next year, 2nd District Representative Brett Guthrie says a coronavirus vaccine… Continue Reading
51st Street Rod Nationals underway with COVID precautions The Street Rod Nationals are scheduled to take to kick off this Thursday, with several precautions in place in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.… Continue Reading
EIS rolls out online registration for upcoming year The beginning of the 2020-21 school year is already looking to be unlike anything Kentuckians have seen before. Even with the uncertainty, Elizabethtown Independent School… Continue Reading
Beshear: ‘Facial covering work”; virus cases become steady as July ends Governor Andy Beshear continued to report steady numbers of covid-19 cases this weekend, with 572 on Saturday and 463 on Sunday. On Saturday, Beshear said… Continue Reading
While state numbers steady, local levels see increase State-wide numbers might have become steady following July’s rise in covid-19 cases, but local health officials say that’s not the case within the region. Lincoln… Continue Reading
Breckinridge County changes Return to School date After Governor Andy Beshear recommended schools not begin in person instruction until the third week of August, Breckinridge County Schools has made a change to… Continue Reading
Elizabethtown opens state’s 7th REAL ID office The Real ID Office in Elizabethtown has finally been given the green-light to open. The Kentucky Department of Transportation announced the location's opening Thursday. While… Continue Reading
Work detail fills 5000 bags of trash in July After roughly 3 months off due to covid-19 restrictions, Hardin County’s Inmate Work Crew was back out on the road in July, and they picked… Continue Reading
KSP hosts ‘Cover the Cruiser’ campaign in E’town Kentucky State Police Post 4 took part in a unique fundraising campaign this week. The Cover the Cruiser campaign was used to raise money for… Continue Reading
Hospital officials: facilities can accommodate a COVID surge COVID-19 cases are overwhelming health care facilities around the country. But local providers say they have the facilities to accommodate additional patients if a surge… Continue Reading