Kentucky legislators elected in the 2018 midterm elections are taking office right now, ready to get to work on setting policy at the local, state and federal levels.
Throughout 2018, I worked with my colleagues and President Trump to accomplish a great deal across Kentucky – from Paducah to Pikeville.
As leaders of Kentucky’s three largest commercial service airports, we understand that infrastructure investment is critical to our state’s continued economic success.
The following op-ed is by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R).
After the Kentucky Supreme Court ruled that the process used to pass pension reform by the General Assembly was unconstitutional, the bill’s opponents cheered, taunted, and repeatedly spiked the fo
Florida, it’s been fun, but there’s no need to keep having these dramatic recounts every 18 years.
According to the website How-to-become-a-police-officer.com the number of police officer jobs will increase 32 percent over the next 4 years requiring 400 new officers in Kentucky every y
Over the past year as president of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce (NKY Chamber), I’ve noticed people don’t seem to agree about what makes up Northern Kentucky.
In this time of political vitriol, anger and rage, America rarely mourns the loss of its governmental leaders.
The following op-ed is written by Campbell County Public Library director J.C. Morgan.
The following op-ed is written by Michael Johnson, former president and CEO of United Way of Greater Cincinnati
The following op-ed is written by Candace McGraw, CEO of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
Each time Veteran’s Day come along, I think about the time when I transitioned from active service member to civilian, and began looking for a new career.