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Seeking Black Farmers of Kentucky

Seeking Black Farmers of Kentucky

"I want to document the everyday life of the few remaining farmers of color…"…

Muslims Open Free Clinic on Georgetown Street in former Mosque

Muslims Open Free Clinic on Georgetown Street in former Mosque

Humza said that the patients who have been treated at the Share center are a reflection of Kentucky’s overall health.…

Four Black Businesses Change Locations and Remain in Business

Four Black Businesses Change Locations and Remain in Business

Consider patronizing these and all local Black owned businesses during the Holiday Season and, more importantly...…

Black Business Owners Are Favorites of Kentucky Proud Food Show

Black Business Owners Are Favorites of Kentucky Proud Food Show

Catrina’s advice to someone who is sitting on a could-be million-dollar recipe or idea, “just do it."…

Review Board Recommends Removing Confederate Statues

Review Board Recommends Removing Confederate Statues

Posted online November 12, 2015 8:45 p.m. Mayor Gray emphasizes that a final decision will not be made now because of the renovation project. LEXINGTON – Members of the Urban County…

Dozens from Central Kentucky Traveled to Million Man March Anniversary Together

Dozens from Central Kentucky Traveled to Million Man March Anniversary Together

“We’re about to boycott Christmas! If you love Christ, then to hell with Santa! Up with Jesus! Down with Santa!”…

Dozens from Central Kentucky Traveling Together to Million Man March Anniversary

Dozens from Central Kentucky Traveling Together to Million Man March Anniversary

LEXINGTON, Ky – During rush hour on Friday October 9th, entire families, groups of friends and individuals boarded a luxury charter bus departing from the Northside Wal-Mart parking lot. The…

School Superintendent Caulk Has Tumor Removed

School Superintendent Caulk Has Tumor Removed

In his first month of work, Caulk has visited 28 of the district’s 66 schools and special programs, meeting with...…

KPREP: Bryan Station High Improves 4 years in a row

KPREP: Bryan Station High Improves 4 years in a row

Despite the overall increases seen in most schools in Fayette County, the number of students who earned...…

Sanitation Workers Rally at City Hall

Sanitation Workers Rally at City Hall

“I want to support the sanitation workers and in general support all working class people…"…

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