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WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where friends and families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. Today’s essay is written and read by Laura Jackson in tribute to her mother Ramona Gordon.…
 
WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where friends and families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. Today we have an essay written by Tamela Biggs of Franklin County abou t her father Noel Biggs. The essay is titled A Life…
 
This week on WUKY's Capitol Chat Alan Lytle and Kentucky Gazette editor and publisher Laura Cullen Glasscock discuss the race to fill three legislative seats in the General Assembly. Tuesday's special election is the first contest to be held under Kentucky's new election law, which was the topic of much discussion when Secretary of State Michael Ad…
 
WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where friends and families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. Today we have an essay written by Darlene Haponik of Pulaski County about John, her husband of 37 years. The reader is Don…
 
This week on the Business Side we check in with Business Lexington editor Tom Wilmes to go behind some recent local business headlines. Among the topics, Lexington's landing of a USL franchise, a one on one interview with Keeneland's new leader and how state tax incentives helped a Lexington-based media company retrofit a long-shuttered cineplex.…
 
WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where friends and families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. Today we have an essay written by Jenna Tobbe of Daviess County who lost her aunt, Mary Lea Brown.…
 
Is this a sign that Kentucky’s economy is ‘hitting on all cylinders?’ Ford Motor Co. and Korea-based SK Innovation announced the single largest economic development project in the history of the commonwealth last month celebrating a transformative $5.8 billion investment that will create 5,000 jobs and places Kentucky at the forefront of the automo…
 
WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where friends and families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. Today we hear from Jamey Hill Temple of McLean County who has this fond remembrance of her grandmother June Hill.…
 
WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where friends and families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic can pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. Today we hear from Julie DuVale who fondly remembers her uncle, Sidney Vincent.…
 
WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where friends and families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic can pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. Today Steve Cambron remembers his friend 'Northeast Tony.'저자 aflytle@uky.edu (Alan Lytle)
 
Last June, U.S. Supreme Court justices invalidated the NCAA’s ban on collegiate players being paid for use of their name, image or likeness (NIL) as counter to the general right of publicity law enjoyed by individuals throughout the rest of society. Not surprisingly this has already opened the door to a lot of new opportunities, and more than a few…
 
WUKY is collaborating with Martha Greenwald, creator and curator of 'Who We Lost KY' a writing project where families who have lost loved ones to the pandemic can pay tribute and in some cases, say their final goodbyes. This week WUKY's Dan Collins talks with Martha about bringing some of those stories to our airwaves and platforms. For more inform…
 
With the last soldier airlifted out of Afghanistan America’s longest war is officially at an end. Now comes the aftermath. Earlier this week WUKY's Alan Lytle spoke with Walt Leaumont, a retired member of the Kentucky Army National Guard who served two tours in Afghanistan. One of his first assignments was to train Afghans to fight. He talks about …
 
University of Kentucky Patterson School of Diplomacy Interim Director Dr. Kathleen Montgomery has spent much of her time working on projects in Afghanistan, including efforts to bolster opportunities for women in the country. Now, she says watching the panicked scenes unfold amid the U.S. troop withdrawal has been "horrifying."…
 
To celebrate the paperback release of his autobiography Changing The Game – WUKY's Alan Lytle recently sat down with college sports marketing pioneer and WBKY alum Jim Host. Over the course of his multi-faceted career Jim was involved in state politics, working for Republican Governors Louie B. Nunn and Ernie Fletcher. Those political and business …
 
The 141st Fancy Farm Picnic happens Saturday afternoon in Graves County. The political speeches didn't take place last year because of COVID-19 and this year the event promises to be a very one-sided political affair. For a preview we turn to Laura Cullen Glasscock, the editor and publisher of the Frankfort-based Kentucky Gazette.…
 
This week on The Business Side, Tom Wilmes, editor of Business Lexington, is back for a deep dive on the ongoing service and staffing challenges for area bars and restaurants. Some emerged from the pandemic better than others. Some favorite establishments called it quits altogether. Bottom line, whether tried and true or brand spanking new, adaptab…
 
It’s been awhile since we checked in with Tom Wilmes, editor of Business Lexington to go behind some of the latest local business headlines. There's news this week about a Bourbon Distillery expansion in Bardstown, the Liquor Barn is under new ownership, the city's new convention space appears to be paying off, plus we talk about some comings and g…
 
Tourism accounts for more than 11 billion dollars of revenue annually for the state of Kentucky, and this week on the Business Side WUKY's Alan Lytle talks with Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet Secretary Mike Berry. He says Kentucky has launched a multi-prong approach to bring more visitors and their money back to the commonwealth.…
 
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