You can pick your own blueberries at this southern Indiana farm

NEW SALISBURY, Ind. — Things are tasting sweet and ripe at a blueberry farm in New Salisbury, Indiana. Bryant's Blueberries is open for the 2021 picking season. This family and veteran-owned blueberry farm is on Oak Park Road, just a 30-minute drive from downtown Louisville. The farm is 10 acres...
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LG&E and KU's solar share facility in Simpsonville halfway complete

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The LG&E and Kentucky Utilities (KU) solar share program is halfway complete in Simpsonville. “Watching the site develop and knowing it is a direct result of our customers’ interest and participation has been both exciting and rewarding,” said LG&E and KU Vice President of Customer Services Eileen Saunders.
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Sunny side up: LG&E and KU’s Solar Share now 50% complete

SIMPSONVILLE, Ky. (WTVQ) – Construction is complete and two new sections of LG&E and KU’s Solar Share facility in Simpsonville are now fully operational and producing energy for subscribing customers. Thanks to subscribers of sections three and four – which include more than 1,300 LG&E and KU residential customers and...
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LG&E shares tips to beat the heat, conserve energy as summer nears

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The hot weather has already made its mark on Kentuckiana and LG&E is sharing tips on how to beat the heat and maintain energy costs. 1. Tune it up: Have a certified professional give your AC a tune-up to make sure it’s in tiptop shape and ready to perform in the extended high temperatures. Remember to change your filter each month or according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Date your filter or set a reminder to help keep track of when it’s time for a new one.
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Diesel: Louisville's cheapest, according to survey

(LOUISVILLE, KY) The price of diesel varies by as much as $0.75 in the greater Louisville area, according to a recent price survey. The title of cheapest station in the Louisville area went to Costco at 3408 Bardstown Rd, according to a Tuesday survey by GasBuddy. Diesel was listed there at just $2.94 per gallon. The most expensive station in the city was $3.69, at Thorntons at 2007 Brownsboro Rd, the survey found:

Louisville-Based Horse Feed Manufacturer Reins-In Packaging Waste With Help of Community-Supported Recycling Partnership

LOUISVILLE, KY (June 14, 2021) – Excel Equine® Feeds, a Louisville-based premium horse feed manufacturer, has announced a new recycling program in partnership with international recycling leader TerraCycle®. Saddled with large empty plastic bags of horse feed which are not recyclable curbside throughout Louisville, Excel Equine Feeds has partnered with...
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New ‘Bourbon Experience’ sets aim at post-pandemic success for bourbon industry

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - After almost a year and a half into a pandemic that stifled business across the country, one of Kentucky’s largest players is stepping up its game. Heaven Hill in Bardstown officially opened their newest addition Monday to welcome people back to Bourbon Country. The Heaven Hill Bourbon Experience is the result of a $19 million investment in an already busy industry across the state.
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These Coal Plants Need Upgrades. Three States Will Decide Their Fate.

They’ve towered over the region’s communities for decades. They generated the electricity for homes around the Ohio Valley. They burned coal, a fossil fuel Appalachia has in abundance. But three West Virginia coal-fired power plants owned by Ohio-based American Electric Power may be on borrowed time. The Mitchell Plant in Moundsville, the Mountaineer Plant in […]