Pumpkin Patch Supports Trump

Pumpkin Patch Supports Trump Truett Pumpkin Patch is located in Jackson County. During the fall season, it offers a petting zoo, pumpkins, and a list of fun activities. The owner says this year the pumpkin patch is showing support for police officers as part of its corn maze design.With acres of corn, Truett said…

Kentuckians Speaking At RNC

Kentuckians Speaking At RNC Several Kentuckians are slated to speak at the Republican National Convention this week.The Trump campaign has released its list of scheduled speakers.Senator Rand Paul and Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron are scheduled to speak on Tuesday.Nicholas Sandmann, the Covington Catholic student who sued several national news outlets after his viral…

Road Construction Along US 460

Road Construction Along US 460 Mountain Enterprises has begun a new roadwork project on US 460.According to a statement from Kentucky Highway District 12, officials are saying that the work will take place between East Ridge High School and the intersection at Mouthcard near the Dollar General store. To assist drivers during the two…

Cash For The Unemployed

Cash For The Unemployed Kentuckians who have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic can expect to begin receiving some additional cash soon. The state’s application for additional federal unemployment assistance was approved on Friday. That will mean an additional $400 a week those on unemployment due to the pandemic. Of that money,…

Civil Legal Aid Available

Civil Legal Aid Available A website and phone number have been established for Kentucky residents seeking civil legal aid amid the coronavirus pandemic, officials announced.Kentucky residents experiencing a civil legal problem due to the coronavirus or have an issue that has been made worse by the virus can call 833-540-0342 to be connected to…

Approval Of More Unemployment Assistance

Approval Of More Unemployment Assistance Kentucky won quick federal approval to add $400 to the weekly unemployment checks for about 80,000 people who lost their jobs during the COVID-19 outbreak, Gov. Andy Beshear said Friday.The state applied for the short-term, supplemental aid this week. Eligible recipients should start receiving the payments in early September,…