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  • A family life during civil wartime

    With the Christmas season in full swing, most folks are planning time with family at some point over the next few weeks. For ma...

  • Sweet Kentucky

    Take a trip down memory lane as you explore the state's history and whip up something decadent for the holidays. With Kentucky...

  • Solar power forecast: bright, then cloudy

    The U.S. solar energy industry can expect a bright near-term future, but strength over the long term will require cost-cutting...

  • On the trail for Kentucky food

    New ways into the world of Kentucky food have opened up this year with initiatives to promote culinary tourism in the state. Th...

  • Energy Quote

    Energy efficiency offers a vast, low-cost energy resource for the U.S. economy—but only if the nation can craft a compreh...

  • 50 Years Ago in Kentucky Living

    Do you remember any of the shows from this TV schedule from an ad in the December 1964 Kentucky Living? That's when color was...

  • Sometimes you don't feel like being happy

    In 1967, psychiatrists Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe decided to study how stressful life events affect one's health. Based on...

  • Paintings of the land and the people

    "People and the Land" is an exhibit of 30 paintings by Elsa Bekkala that will run through November 29 at the Janice Mason Art M...

  • Con artists target co-op members

    Swindlers posing as utility workers have targeted Kentuckians this past year, which should serve as a warning to the rest of us...

  • Quote from Short Term Energy Outlook

    (The Energy Information Administration) expects the U.S. residential electricity price to average 12.5 cents per kilowatt-hou...

  • A grand hike for state police

    These two Kentuckians hiked the Grand Canyon in Arizona to honor Kentucky State Police, and to raise money for a statue of a tr...

  • Solving a town's mysterious legend

    Many small communities claim ownership to some sort of legend or tale that passes down the generations, sometimes changing over...

  • Climbing to safety

    More than 100 linemen and organizers from 21 electric co-ops around Kentucky gathered at Inter-County Energy Cooperative's trai...

  • New hunting and fishing commissioner

    New Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commissioner Gregory Johnson says he's found his dream job.  "This is not just work or a job fo...

  • Be wary of energy-saving paint claims

    A new series of insulating paints promises energy savings by simply painting. But do they really work? Typically, insulating pa...

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