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In about a five-minute presentation Tuesday to Hardin Fiscal Court, Rob Powers, an organizer of Hardin County/Kentucky United, urged magistrates to consider passing a resolution designating Hardin County a 2nd Amendment sanctuary as a defense against possible federal or state legislation tha…

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At West Point Independent Schools board meeting Tuesday in the school library, Chairman Edward Moore choked back tears as he read off the action item to begin negotiations to merge with Hardin County Schools.

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Racing hall of fame jockey Isaac Murphy, inventor of the traffic light Garrett Morgan and American botanist and inventor George Washington Carver are among the hundreds of African Americans whose legacies are on display inside the Emma Reno Connor Black History Gallery in Elizabethtown.

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In his classic play Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare famously pondered “what’s in a name?” For a newly discovered species of Kentucky crayfish, the answer is a large sum of cash.

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A day after the commanding general of the U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox sparked a Twitter debate comparing the outpouring of grief for the death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant and eight others to a soldier recently killed in Syria, he offered a statement, sharing condolences to all who di…

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A Monday morning tweet from Maj. Gen. John R. Evans, commanding general of U.S. Army Cadet Command and Fort Knox, set off a Twitter frenzy on his post about the Sunday death of professional basketball star Kobe Bryant and eight others, and a soldier killed two days earlier in Syria.