April 19 Edition on News Stands Wednesday!

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KU Reaches Agreement

Kentucky Utilities and most parties to the utilities’ rate review have reached an agreement filed with the Kentucky Public Service Commission. The agreement, which is subject to approval by the KPSC, gives Kentucky Utilities the ability to invest in intelligent control equipment that will enhance reliability and enable faster restoration of service.


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Drug Take Back

The Kentucky State Police Post 11 (London) will be participating in the DEA National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day to be held Saturday, April 29 from 10 AM to 2 PM. A collection point will be set up at the Laurel County Health Department located on Whitley Street. All citizens that wish to participate may dispose of their current or outdated unwanted medication either in its original container or by removing the medication from its container and disposing of it directly into the disposal box.


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Kentucky Baseball — Cardinal Menace

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Cardinal Menace—By John Huang

Baseball may be America’s pastime, but University of Kentucky Baseball is usually an afterthought to many in BBN. Seriously, how many of you can name more than a couple of players on the current roster? Anybody out there actually attended a game this year—or ever? See what I mean? It’s a shame the Bat Cats have been relegated to second class status, because Coach Nick Mingione has the team playing a winning brand of baseball in his first year at the helm. It’s not quite the armageddon of basketball or football, but there’s nothing like an in-state rivalry game against the nationally ranked Louisville Cardinals that should ultimately stoke the fires of a tepid fanbase.


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Thompson to return to CPE

The Council on Postsecondary Education is pleased to announce that Clay County native Aaron Thompson will return to the Council as executive vice president effective July 1. Thompson is currently serving as interim president of Kentucky State University (KSU). During his leadership at KSU, fall and spring enrollment grew, student debt loads decreased, and the university launched a free textbook program to help students reduce college costs. Also, last year’s budget was balanced and this year’s will be as well.


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Elk hunt applications

Twenty years ago this December, seven elk were released atop Potato Knob in Perry County in front of thousands of onlookers. The landmark restoration of a free roaming elk herd in Kentucky was off and running. Fast forward to present day. There are now more elk in Kentucky than any state east of the Rocky Mountains and each year the prospect of harvesting one compels tens of thousands of hunters to apply for Kentucky’s quota elk hunts. Those interested in applying for 2017 should not delay. Applications must be submitted online at fw.ky.gov by midnight (Eastern time) April 30.


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