Resist Re-Opening Too Soon

Resist Re-Opening Too Soon Kentucky should resist the temptation of being the fastest to reopen its coronavirus-battered economy, instead focusing on being “the smartest and the best” to prevent any follow-up spikes in infections, Gov. Andy Beshear said Tuesday.The governor offered those cautionary words as he reported 17 more virus-related deaths in Kentucky, raising…

Conservation Camps Cancelled

Conservation Camps Cancelled Kentucky’s summer conservation camps are being canceled this year because of the new coronavirus.The move was needed to protect campers, their families and staff, Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Rich Storm said in a news release.The Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources operates Camp John Currie, Camp Earl Wallace and Camp…

An IRS Recommendation

An IRS Recommendation People who don’t normally file a tax return, but receive Social Security, Railroad Retirement, Supplemental Security Income or Veterans Affairs benefits are facing a Wednesday deadline.Anyone who gets those benefits and wants to use the non-filers tool on the IRS website to add dependent children under age 17 must submit by…

Voter Registration Down In KY

Voter Registration Down In KY Voter registration in Kentucky is down as of March.Secretary of State Michael Adams announced the Commonwealth saw a flatline in voter registration for the month of March.The state held more than three million registrants, which is a 0.01 percent increase since the end of February. Source: MG…

University Of Kentucky Faces Cutbacks

University Of Kentucky Faces Cutbacks The ongoing effects of the coronavirus on the economy are leading to budget cuts, including furloughs and layoffs, at the University of Kentucky.On Tuesday, officials announced the university is facing a $70 million deficit for next year. Most of that amount, about $40 million, is the projected decline in…

Daily COVID-19 Update For KY

Daily COVID-19 Update For KY Tuesday’s coronavirus update from Governor Andy Beshear came one day after Kentucky passed the 3,000-case mark.177 new cases were reported in the commonwealth. Since the state’s first reported novel coronavirus infection, 3,192 Kentuckians have tested positive.Seventeen new coronavirus-related deaths were reported Tuesday, bringing the death toll to 171.Thirteen of…