Politics & Government

Blogs on Kentucky.com

Here are the Web logs - or blogs - affiliated with the Lexington Herald-Leader and Kentucky.com.

Behind the HeadlinesManaging Editor Tom Eblen, Assistant Managing Editor Tom Caudill and Editorial Page Editor Vanessa Gallman answer your questions and comment on your concerns.Read it here.

Copious NotesRich Copley, Herald-Leader culture writer, writes about local entertainment and stage in his blog"Copious Notes:The journal of a Kentucky culture vulture."Read it here.

Fields Notes by Mike Fields

With 27 years as a sportswriter at the Herald-Leader, Fields covers high school sports like no one else in the commonwealth.

Final Frame by Herald-Leader photographersHerald-Leader staff photographers comment on selected photos.Read it here.

It's All About by Jamie GumbrechtJamie Gumbrecht covers popular culture at the Lexington Herald-Leader. She graduated from Michigan State University in 2004. Gumbrecht blogs about movies, music, TV, fashion, trends, quirks and more.Read it here.

KYKurmudgeon by Larry KeelingKYKurmudgeon blogger Larry Keeling has been with the Lexington Herald-Leader for 30 years and on the editorial board for 26 years. His major areas of focus are politics, state government and civil liberties issues.Read it here.

The Mother Tongue by Heather ChapmanHere you will find, in Chapman's own words, "discussions of women's and parenting issues, book reviews, and general commentary about my own strange journey through marriage and motherhood."Read it here.

Pol Watchers by the Herald-Leader's political reporting teamPol Watchers, the newspaper's political blog, gives us one more way to serve up the day's breaking political news, along with original reporting you won't find anywhere else. From Lexington's city hall to the state house, we've got it covered. Visit often.

Read it here.

Sidelines by John ClaySports columnist John Clay talks basketball, including blogging live from UK games.Read it here.

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