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Strategies for saving money

A new report this summer from the U.S. Energy Information Administration predicting higher electricity prices had me worried at first. My budget's really tight and I don...
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Rake in the vistas

There's nothing like saddling up and riding a horse on Mammoth Cave National Park's 60 miles of trails saturated in autumn's palette of orange, red, and russet. "It is a...
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Ghost Soldiers

The Battle of Perryville in Boyle County marked the bloodiest battle in Kentucky's history.
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Kentucky Living 2014 Energy Guide

Check out the Kentucky Living Energy Guide for tips on reducing your annual energy costs for heating and cooling, lighting, and water heating.
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Celebrating the Energy of Your Community!

Kentucky electric cooperatives publish Kentucky Living magazine so their member owners know about the utility power industry and how to make the best use of electricity and save money through home energy efficiency. Kentucky Living promotes the identity of the state by covering the people and culture that make it uniquely Kentucky.

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