Post-Christmas Shoppers Beware!

Post-Christmas Shoppers Beware! Shoppers are heading to stores to take advantage of the post-holiday sales or use some new gift cards. Many other people are also returning or exchanging some unwanted gifts. If you are doing that, you may not be able to return everything. The Better Business Bureau has some tips on returns.…

Baby Boy for KY’s Secretary Of State

Baby Boy for KY’s Secretary Of State Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes and her husband, Andrew, announced the birth of their son Wednesday morning.Crawford “Ford” Case Grimes was born at 8:17 a.m. and weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces.Andrew said, “Both my wife and our baby are doing well.””Andrew and I have prayed for…

KY Road Work On Highway 24 Continues

KY Road Work On Highway 24 Continues Kentucky transportation officials say a work zone on Interstate 24 will remain in force during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.The state Transportation Cabinet said many travelers and local commuters took suggested alternate routes during the Thanksgiving holiday, reducing the delay to about 20 minutes. The cabinet…

Baby Tamandua Born At Cincinnati Zoo

Baby Tamandua Born At Cincinnati Zoo The Cincinnati Zoo has welcomed a baby tamandua.Zoo officials announced Christmas Eve that the pup was born to first-time mother Isla on Dec. 20. They say the baby tamandua needs to develop and won’t make its public debut for another couple months.Tamanduas have long snouts and are similar…

Salvation Army Serves Dinner To Many

Salvation Army Serves Dinner To Many On Christmas the Salvation Army in Lexington served delicious meals to those who had no place to go.”I just got out of jail and wasn’t able to be with my family, and this was our best option,” said Jessica Jackson.She was released from jail last week for using…

Turkeys Given Across Eastern KY

Turkeys Given Across Eastern KY Nine 4-H volunteers from Johnson County recently were honored for volunteering for at least 20 years at the 4-H Adult and Volunteer Recognition portion of the Indiana 4-H Leadership Summit in November. Max Fitzpatrick was honored for 65 years of service and was recognized as the longest running volunteer…

Collecting Cans For Parking Citations

Collecting Cans For Parking Citations The parking authority in Kentucky’s second-largest city says it collected three tons of food this year to pay off more than $10,000 in parking and other citations.The Lexington Herald-Leader reports that 7,360 food items were donated that paid $10,765 in citations from Nov. 19 through Dec. 14.The Lexington Parking…

Caring Corrections Program In Woodford County

Caring Corrections Program In Woodford County The Woodford County Detention Center collected toys for inmates to pick out gifts for their children. Donations are given by families, the community and other organizations. It is part of the jail’s “Caring Corrections” program.”I wasn’t going to be physically there for them so being able to do…