Clark County Here Comes The Sun: Solar Moves In, And A Farm Community Wonders About Its Future By Liam Niemeyer • Feb 22, 2021 Courtesy Adreanna Wills The golden hue of the sunset shines across the sky and through the window as a woman drives down Van Meter Road in central Kentucky’s Clark County, passing by green rolling hills and hay bales. Beshear Reports Record Number Of COVID-19 Deaths In A Single Day By Retiazsha Chambers • Dec 17, 2020 Governor Andy Beshear Governor Andy Beshear during Thursday’s media coronavirus briefing reported 3,349 news cases of COVID-19. The commonwealth had 54 deaths Thursday, the most deaths the state has seen in one day. As Casinos Reopen In Las Vegas, Stakes Are High And Union Calls For Transparency By editor • Jun 3, 2020 For the last two and half months, Gladis Blanco has been out of a job. Blanco has worked in housekeeping at the Bellagio Resort and Casino in Las Vegas for the last eight years. She has mixed feelings about going back to work. Kentucky Jury Awards $200K in Damages for Political Ad By The Associated Press • Dec 22, 2016 belchonock / 123rf Stock Photo A Kentucky jury has ruled a former Democratic state senator knowingly aired a false TV ad in 2014 and has ordered him to pay his Republican opponent $200,000 in damages. Kentucky State Senator Ralph Alvarado to Speak at RNC By The Associated Press • Jul 15, 2016 LRC Public Information The Republican Party of Kentucky says state Sen. Ralph Alvarado has been invited to speak at the Republican National Convention next week.