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March 26, 2020

We will get through this together with 29 Andy Beshear Memes

Nick Roush 9:30pm March 26, 2020 3/26/20

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Times are tough. No matter how bad it gets, Kentucky is united each day at 5 p.m. by Governor Andy Beshear’s address to the Commonwealth. Since his daily coronavirus pandemic briefings began, fans have flocked to the “Andy Beshear Memes for Social Distancing Teens” Facebook Group to share their affection for the GOV. It’s produced…

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March 25, 2020

Kentucky National Guard to Support Local Hospitals

Freddie Maggard 8:30pm March 25, 2020 3/25/20 Comments Disabled

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On Wednesday the Kentucky National Guard issued a press release outlining its mission to support local hospitals starting on March 26th. The National Guard frequently works with local law enforcement during natural disasters and at large public events like the Kentucky Derby.  The KYNG’s mission intent is to better enable medical providers the ability to…

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Kentucky up to 198 confirmed cases, one more death

Drew Franklin 5:50pm March 25, 2020 3/25/20

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Governor Beshear announced 35 new cases of coronavirus around the Commonwealth, bringing the total to 198 positive cases in the state. Today’s update also came with the news of another death, a 75-year-old man in Jefferson County. It is Kentucky’s fifth coronavirus-related death, and the governor encouraged all who can to light their homes in…

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Coronavirus is Causing Two Big Changes in Louisville

Nick Roush 11:50am March 25, 2020 3/25/20

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Mayor Greg Fischer announced two significant changes at the start of the week that will impact Kentucky’s largest city. On Tuesday Fischer issued a new order that will close playgrounds, ballfields, and soccer fields in the city’s 120 parks. “I didn’t want to have to close public areas in our park and was hoping this…

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March 24, 2020

“Listen up dipsh*ts… it’s a big f**cking deal,” says one Kentucky mayor to his community

Drew Franklin 2:28pm March 24, 2020 3/24/20

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As Governor Andy Beshear comforts the state with his Mr. Rogers-like press conferences at 5 p.m. each day, another leader in the state has taken a different approach to get his coronavirus message across. Mayor Gabe Brown, the mayor of Walton in Boone County, Ky., told the Boone County Neighborhood Group on Facebook to, “Listen…

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March 23, 2020

Kentucky Museums Provide Online Learning Tools During Coronavirus School Shutdowns

Nick Roush 8:00pm March 23, 2020 3/23/20 Comments Disabled

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Schools have shut down across the Commonwealth in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic. Now parents and teachers are looking for ways to educate and entertain children. Museums across Kentucky are stepping up to the plate. Louisville’s Speed Art Museum provides the widest variety of options that young and old will enjoy. Speed has posted…

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Governor Andy Beshear Reveals Kentucky’s Fourth Coronavirus Fatality as Confirmed Cases Increase to 124

Nick Roush 5:24pm March 23, 2020 3/23/20

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Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear reported in his Monday evening address to the Commonwealth that a fourth Kentuckian has died from the coronavirus. The first fatality from Lexington, Governor Beshear said the 82-year-old woman had underlying health issues. “Let’s make sure that we keep her family in our thoughts, in our minds and in our prayers.…

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March 21, 2020

Kentucky up to 87 confirmed cases, three deaths

Drew Franklin 5:35pm March 21, 2020 3/21/20

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In Saturday’s 5 p.m. coronavirus update, Governor Andy Beshear delivered the sad news of a third death in the state, a 67-year-old man in Anderson County. “None of us like the fact that it’s happened,” Beshear said. “We need to think about his family. Those in his community need to provide support to him; and…

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March 20, 2020

At least 63 confirmed cases in KY, schools to stay closed even longer

Drew Franklin 5:30pm March 20, 2020 3/20/20

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In Governor Beshear’s Friday update, he announced 16 new positive cases in the Bluegrass, bringing the state’s tally up to 63 confirmed cases of coronavirus. Jefferson County accounts for nine of the new cases, including a 17-year-old female patient. Fayette County has three new cases and the others come from Henderson, Warren, Pulaski and Calloway…

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March 19, 2020

Governor Beshear to Permit Alcohol Delivery During Coronavirus Pandemic

Nick Roush 5:45pm March 19, 2020 3/19/20

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During the coronavirus pandemic Governor Andy Beshear’s daily address to the Commonwealth always begins with good news. On Thursday he shared the best news some Kentuckians have heard in weeks. Restaurants and bars have been closed to the general public, with service limited exclusively to drive-thru, carry-out or delivery. They will soon be able to…

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