One Kentucky U.S. Senate hopeful pledged allegiance Saturday to another Senate candidate at the Brushy Fork Forum Saturday while Hardin County judge-executive hopefuls exchanged barbs in one of the rowdiest Brushy Fork Forums yet.
Chuck Jones and Ryan O'Gara preview the battle of the unbeatens, visiting South Warren and Elizabethtown. They discuss why this year's matchup could be different than last year's, when South Warren rolled to a 35-0 win.
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Up to the present time, the Republican Party has not given African-Americans good reason to vote Republican. The party attempts to make it as hard as possible for black people to vote. Why would any voting bloc of people join a political party that tries to suppress the group’s vote?
Finding talented individuals to fill open positions is one of the greatest challenges businesses in our region face. But the Greater Louisville Region, including the eight counties of the Lincoln Trail Area Development District, has a distinct advantage in developing a pipeline of skilled employees ready for new opportunities.