Afternoon Newsletter
Rate of choking black-lung disease hits 25-year high in Kentucky, Central Appalachia

Black-lung disease damages the organ and causes a decline in respiratory function.
Truck fire, fallen trees from storms close I-75, cause miles of traffic delays
Jim Gray leaves office with a great record on development. How he can make sure it lasts.
‘Dreams do come true.’ After long wait, work begins on Rupp, convention center renovations
‘We know what we’ve got.’ Kentucky’s players, coach ready to prove predictions wrong.
Several Kentucky players voted among best in SEC, but Cats picked near bottom of East again.
Bowling Green man third evicted from ‘Big Brother’
Church, the original don’t ask, don’t tell organization. How ironic is that.
What’s that new building? If it’s in Lexington, it’s probably a car wash.
Cupcake bakery opening: Strawberry lemonade or key lime?
Auto tariffs will harm Kentucky. Congress should apply the brakes, says top exec at Georgetown Toyota plant.
Question for the GOP: Who’s ‘un-American’ now?

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