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Kentucky Youths Enjoy Fishing Trip
Kentucky Youths Enjoy Fishing Trip

HOPKINS COUNTY, KY. – Several local youths, Logan Nance, Kendall Orange and Austin Orange, enjoyed a very successful catfish fishing trip on Saturday evening, May 5, 2012.. According to a very pleased parent, Randall Orange of Hopkins County, KY, the largest of the eight catfish caught in this trip was 6.6 Pounds.. A big congratulation...

Nov 11, 2020
More Than 500 Turn Out for Take a Kid Fishing Tourney
More Than 500 Turn Out for Take a Kid Fishing Tourney

GREENVILLE, Ky. — Approximately 500 people attended the Take a Kid Fishing Tournament Saturday, June 13.. Food and drinks were provided for those in attendance as the challenge to see which kids could catch the biggest fish was held from 9 a.m. until noon. Prizes were awarded to all Kids that caught fish..  .

Nov 11, 2020
Industrial Hemp Seeds Arrive in Frankfort
Industrial Hemp Seeds Arrive in Frankfort

FRANKFORT, Ky. ― The industrial hemp seeds ticketed for pilot research programs in Kentucky finally made it to the state Department of Agriculture headquarters in Frankfort today after being held in Louisville for weeks by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials at the direction of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.. “This is an historic day...

Nov 10, 2020
Zika Virus Outbreaks Continue at Warm-Weather Vacation Destinations – Precautions Urged
Zika Virus Outbreaks Continue at Warm-Weather Vacation Destinations – Precautions Urged

FRANKFORT, Ky. — As mosquito season comes to an end and the holiday and winter travel season begins, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH), within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services, urges pregnant women, those who might be pregnant and their sex partners to avoid traveling to areas with ongoing Zika virus transmission.. “With...

Nov 09, 2020
UofL Researchers to Explore the Lifetime Effects of Cigarette Smoke, Genetics on Infertility
UofL Researchers to Explore the Lifetime Effects of Cigarette Smoke, Genetics on Infertility

LOUISVILLE, Ky.— In an effort to understand how specific genetic factors coupled with lifetime exposure to cigarette smoking and secondhand smoke may influence a woman’s ability to conceive, University of Louisville researchers have been awarded a three-year, $440,000 grant from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.. Infertility can be...

Nov 09, 2020
E-Cigarettes Not Safe during Pregnancy
E-Cigarettes Not Safe during Pregnancy

LEXINGTON, Ky.— E-cigarettes are increasingly popular, and adult women of childbearing age are the most common users.. This is especially true in Kentucky, which has the country’s second highest rate of smoking during pregnancy. Many women try to quit or reduce their smoking while pregnant, and may turn to e-cigs under the belief that they...

Nov 09, 2020
Most Popular Fishing Lure in America Available at Woods Bait Shop
Most Popular Fishing Lure in America Available at Woods Bait Shop

CENTRAL CITY, KY. – Over the past few months, anglers across the nation have been giving extremely positive feedback regarding a new type of lure oriented towards Largemouth Bass, Striped Bass, and Crappie fishing.  . What has become one of the most popular lures of all times, called the “ Alabama Rig ,” has become...

Nov 05, 2020
CASA Kayaking Event Generates Funds for Neglected Children
CASA Kayaking Event Generates Funds for Neglected Children

HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. — Kayakers young and old came out on a beautiful Saturday morning to support the CASA Program of Hopkins, Webster and Crittenden Counties Inc.. Family Court Judge Brandi Rogers (5th Judicial Circuit), said, “Kayaking for CASA was a wonderful event. Kayaking is just a fun and relaxing activity for the whole family....

Oct 29, 2020
River Heritage Day to Feature Kayak Races, Children Fishing Tournament and More
River Heritage Day to Feature Kayak Races, Children Fishing Tournament and More

HENDERSON, Ky. — “Come Down to the River” is this year’s theme of the Depot Community Room’s fifth annual River Heritage Day set for 10 a.m., Saturday, July 18, 2015 at the Henderson riverfront.. The event, which benefits the Children’s Advocacy Center, features an exciting slate of activities during the day and an evening dinner on...

Oct 29, 2020
‘Kayaking for a Kause’ to Raise Funds for Animals
‘Kayaking for a Kause’ to Raise Funds for Animals

LAKE MALONE, Ky. — Kayakers will have reason for a “howling good time” during the Muhlenberg Humane Society “Kayaking for a Kause” event Sept. 9 at the Lake Malone State Park boat dock.. Organizers are asking for $20 donations for the Muhlenberg Humane Society to take part in the event. Those pre-registering by Sept. 4...

Oct 29, 2020
Muhlenberg Humane Society Holds Kayaking for a Kause
Muhlenberg Humane Society Holds Kayaking for a Kause

DUNMOR, Ky. — The Muhlenberg Co. Humane Society held its Inaugural Kayaking for a Kause event at Lake Malone, Saturday, Sept. 10.. Participants launched at state boat dock and paddled to Shady Cliff Restaurant for lunch. Over 50 kayakers participated in the event. Donations from the event went to the Muhlenberg Co. Humane Society.. The...

Oct 29, 2020
Green Tomatoes Not Just for the Frying Pan
Green Tomatoes Not Just for the Frying Pan

KENTUCKY — Perhaps in part due to the popular 1991 film “Fried Green Tomatoes,” many people are familiar with the Southern United States side dish of the same name. . But as proven by the following recipe for “Grilled Green Tomato ‘Sandwiches’ with Herbed Cream Cheese” from Karen Adler and Judith Fertig’s “The Gardener & The Grill”...

Jun 14, 2017
Hopkins County What’s Really in Your Drinking Water?
Hopkins County What’s Really in Your Drinking Water?

KENTUCKY — After a nationwide examination of water contamination data reported to the Environmental Protection Agency in the calendar years of 2015 and 2016, FluksAqua has just released a highly localized analysis of health-based drinking water violations focused on the county and city level.. Using the EPA’s publicly-available Enforcement and Compliance History Online database, FluksAqua analyzed...

Mar 02, 2017
Hearing is a Gift by Brigitte Cutshall
Hearing is a Gift by Brigitte Cutshall

KENTUCKY — What?!!? Can you repeat that please?. This question gets a better response by the way.. Hearing is something we all tend to take for granted. And the longer you live, the more likely you will develop hearing loss. It’s a fact of nature.. Many people don’t seek treatment for several reasons. They don’t realize...

Feb 22, 2017
Journey to Recovery
Journey to Recovery

KENTUCKY — For Carl Varney in Greenup County, addiction began with marijuana and alcohol. Then he got in a car wreck in his mid-twenties and was prescribed opioid pain medication. “I already had an addiction in my life, and so for these to come in, a highly addictive substance, it took no time at all...

Feb 14, 2017
U.S. Dept. of Health Commits $144.1 Million in Additional Funding for Opioid Crisis
U.S. Dept. of Health Commits $144.1 Million in Additional Funding for Opioid Crisis

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded an additional $144.1 million in grants to prevent and treat opioid addiction in support of President Trump’s commitment to combat the opioid crisis. The grants will be administered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).. “Those supporting prevention, treatment,...

Dec 17, 2016