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ASHLAND More than 125 people turned out to march from River Front Park to Central Park Saturday afternoon to rally against racism.
LOUISVILLE Authorities were investigating a fatal shooting Saturday night at a park in downtown Louisville where demonstrators had gathered to protest the death of Breonna Taylor.
ASHLAND Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell visited King’s Daughter’s Medical Center on Friday to discuss the CARES Act, and the impact it has and will have on health care in Kentucky.
ASHLAND Former Braidy CEO Craig Bouchard received $6 million to walk away from the company he founded, according to the latest filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
MOREHEAD A social media reach-out by three Morehead women to get 80 people to peacefully march in a Black Lives Matter demonstration blossomed into a 400-person event Saturday.
After a May 2 raid on the Trixie Foundation, a no-kill animal shelter in Webbville, more than 100 animals were left with nowhere to go, until a local rescue stepped in.
A Congressional probe, a litigation-happy Swiss heiress, a German-Guatemalan millionaire and a series of patent disputes are a few of the details in one Braidy Industries board member's past, according to an investigation by The Daily Independent.
Amy Compston, of Ashland, began her missionary work as an expression of her faith, and she said her faith has always been rewarded. It happened again this week.
Former Braidy Industries CEO Craig Bouchard misled the Ashland community, the company's board of the directors and investors and crushed any dissent within the company's ranks, according to a report filed in Delaware Court.
In the midst of litigation over the Jan. 28 ouster of Braidy CEO Craig Bouchard, the board of directors tried to affect a stock split, which would've allegedly diluted the power Bouchard has on the board.
Gov. Andy Beshear fielded a question Monday regarding the possibility of Our Lady of Bellefonte staying open past the scheduled closure date of April 30.
WASHINGTON – Coal state lawmakers said Tuesday they’re cautiously optimistic Congress will preserve health care for 23,000 retired miners and their families before their benefits expire in four days.
Arkansas officials on Monday night executed two inmates in back-to-back lethal injections, carrying out the country's first double executions since 2000.
LEXINGTON Republican U.S. Congressman Andy Barr faced 600 or so mostly angry constituents here Monday night at a town hall meeting dominated by questions about the Affordable Care Act and Republicans’ plan to replace it with their own plan.
MOREHEAD When most people hear the word aerospace it brings to mind enormous rockets firing upward from launch pads in places such as Florida or California.
This Week's Circulars
Robert Burton Stamper, 87, of Ironton passed away Wednesday, September, 15, 2021 at his residence. The Rowan County, Ky. native was born October 24, 1933 a son of the late Mark H. Stamper and Beulah Burton Stamper. Robert was a 1952 graduate of Hitchens High School and was a member of Sugar …
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