World premier dry-stone mason designs bridge at Maker’s Mark Monday, Jun 14 2021 

From rock fences to stone bridges, this Scotsman in Kentucky keeps dry stonemasonry from becoming a lost art. Check out this Marker's Mark project.

      

HIV outbreak, the worst in rural America, detailed in new book ‘Canary in the Coal Mine’ Monday, Jun 14 2021 

The new book 'Canary in the Coal Mine,' by Dr. William Cooke with the Courier Journal's Laura Ungar, delves into the HIV outbreak in Austin, Indiana.

      

Trinity’s Lile, North Bullitt’s Barger named regional baseball Players of the Year Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Trinity's Daylen Lile, a senior outfielder, takes Seventh Region award; North Bullitt's Owen Barger, a junior outfielder, honored in Sixth Region.

      

Educators worry politics, fear of critical race theory may curb push to teach about race Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Kentucky is one of the latest stops in a conservative push to ban "critical race theory" from classrooms.

      

When will downtown Louisville’s largest employers bring back workers? Here’s what we know Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Many of the 66,000 non-federal workers in downtown Louisville did not come to the city's urban core daily for much of 2020 and the first part of 2021.

      

COVID Watch: KCTCS freezes tuition because of pandemic, UK announces new safety guidelines Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Unvaccinated people on UK's campus will still be required to wear a mask and go through screening processes.

      

How a Scottish stonemason is keeping Kentucky history alive with this ancient craft Monday, Jun 14 2021 

From rock fences to stone bridges, this Kentucky Scotsman keeps dry-laid stonemasonry from becoming a lost art. See his latest project at Maker's Mark

      

Is 835 East Main Street a ‘gateway’ to downtown, or a step to ‘dismantle’ Butchertown? Monday, Jun 14 2021 

A plan to build a 6-story apartment and retail complex on Louisville's Main Street a block from NuLu has caused concern among Butchertown neighbors.

      

Families of violence victims see struggles, some success in Metro Police communication Monday, Jun 14 2021 

Families whom have lost loved ones criticize the lack of communication from LMPD. Two parents share what helped them get answers.

        

Louisville homeless advocate outraged after receiving citation while feeding homeless Sunday, Jun 13 2021 

"In all of my years of being told to move or set up at a different location, I have never been given a citation."

        

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