Department Of Fish and Wildlife Auctioning Items

Department Of Fish and Wildlife Auctioning Items The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is set to hold a public auction of surplus and confiscated items.The auction is being held Monday on the department’s main campus in Frankfort.Among the surplus items that the public can bid on are tools, boats, outboard motors, cars…

U Of K Tuition Hike Expected

U Of K Tuition Hike Expected University of Kentucky President Eli Capilouto has announced in-state undergraduate students will see tuition increase by 2.4% this fall.The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the increase announced in a campus email sent Tuesday will bring the annual cost to $12,360. Out-of-state tuition will increase 6.2% to $30,680.Faculty and staff will…

Family-Friendly Retail Store Coming To London

Family-Friendly Retail Store Coming To London Kohl’s is coming to London.The department chain will set up shop in the old Kmart building, according to London-Laurel Industrial Development Authority Executive Director Paula Thompson.“I began working to get Kohl’s to come to London in 2009,” Thompson said. “Our community needs a department-type store for affordable family…

Video Coming To Prevent Child Abuse In KY

Video Coming To Prevent Child Abuse In KY A new video from the organization Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky is being sent to birthing centers across the state as a major effort to save young children’s lives from head trauma. “I think it’s a much bigger problem than you might realize. I saw a statistic…

Appalachian Wildlife Center Is Hiring

Appalachian Wildlife Center Is Hiring Officials at the Appalachian Wildlife Center say they will employee 168 people at their center in Bell County.Officials say the average wage and benefits package for full-time employees will be $54,260. They add that the lowest full-time staff position will be budgeted at an annual wage and benefits package…

Caution For Hikers

Caution For Hikers The Powell County Search and Rescue organization is warning hikers about the importance of taking and drinking plenty of water.”Hydrate, hydrate, hydrate! I can’t express it enough. Your body loses water when you start sweating, you’re already starting to dehydrate,” said Lisa Johnson with Powell County Search and Rescue.Johnson also says…