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Farmers concerned as drought-like conditions affect crops

SCOTT COUNTY, Ky (WTVQ)- Hot temperatures and drought-like conditions continue in central Kentucky and it’s becoming a concern for farmers. “Just thinking about the crops sitting out here just going to ruins is hard,” said cattle and row crop farmer Brennan Gilkison of Winchester. Gilkison is a cattle,...
WINCHESTER, KY
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Great Crossing 2025 star Malachi Moreno on Louisville's radar

One of the top young high school basketball prospects in the state of Kentucky is Malachi Moreno. The Class of 2025 prospect from Georgetown, Ky., Great Crossing High School already has two scholarship offers and is likely to add more this summer with his recent stellar play. The 6-foot-11 center,...
LOUISVILLE, KY
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Sadieville implements city-wide curfew to keep teens out of trouble

SADIEVILLE, Ky. (FOX 56) – The Sadieville City Commission voted Monday to approve a new city-wide curfew for persons under the age of 18. Before this meeting, kids in town were required to be off the streets by 9:30 p.m. during the week and by 10 p.m. on the weekends. During the summer, the kids were given an extra hour of play.
SADIEVILLE, KY
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Elites, Security Bank, Drug Store on corner of East Second and Market Street.
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Nancy Pearl Rothwell Aubrey

Nancy Pearl Rothwell Aubrey, 78, widow of the late Kenneth Crayton Aubrey died Monday, June 27, 2022, at her home in Paris, KY. A native of Sharpsburg, KY, she was the daughter of the late Carl and Walter Mae Jones Rothwell. She was an avid UK basketball fan, loved to play bingo, and loved going to the dog races in West Virginia.
PARIS, KY

Spend the Night at this Haunted Opera House in Kentucky

I am convinced that there are two types of people in this world. The first are the ones (like me) who cover their eyes during scary movies and still somehow mange to jump out of their seat (It's that music, I tell ya). The second are the ones who celebrate Halloween for months on end and are more interested in people's real encounters with ghosts than the special effects of Hollywood. My aunt and uncle fall into the latter as they use their PTO from work to schedule ghost hunts all over Indiana and Ohio.
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