First Female University President Dies

First Female University President Dies Mary L. Smith, the first female president of Kentucky State University, has died at the age of 84, the university said.Smith died at her home Saturday, the historically Black university said.Smith served as Kentucky State’s president from 1991 to 1998. Before that she was special assistant to the president…

AAA Safety Tips

AAA Safety Tips As rain and snow return to the area Monday and Tuesday, AAA advises drivers to brush up on their winter driving skills.AAA spokesperson Jenifer Moore says drivers should get their cars checked before driving this winter to avoid repairs down the road.She also says drivers should have an emergency kit, which…

Reverse Christmas Parade

Reverse Christmas Parade Lexington’s Reverse Christmas Parade, presented by Baird, will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 12. The reverse parade will be held on Midland Ave between Winchester Road and Main Street. Guests will remain in their vehicles as they drive down Midland to experience floats, music, and of course, Santa!…

Pantry Market Solar Panels

Pantry Market Solar Panels The Pantry Market in downtown Hazard is nearing the completion of its solar panel installation.Owner Susan Brotherton says she saw an opportunity to further her business by implementing solar panels.Being the first business in Hazard to do so, Brotherton says she hopes other businesses throughout the county will follow. …

Court Of Appeals Decision

Court Of Appeals Decision The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a temporary restraining order allowing religious and private schools to re-open for in-person education today in spite of an executive order from the governor’s office.An executive order issued by the governor halting in-person classes at all schools in the Commonwealth from November…