‘Divided We Fall’ | Louisville museum’s exhibit highlights Native American history Monday, Nov 28 2022 

LaDonna Brown with the Chickasaw Nation talked about how it’s important for people to make the connection that their ancestors are buried around Kentucky.

        

‘Our history on this continent spans thousands of years’: Native American woman contributes to Frazier’s new exhibit Thursday, Nov 24 2022 

“And we want to share that with everybody and just help educate everybody. So that they will know that, you know, we're still here, we didn't go anywhere.”

        

Roots 101 African-American Museum’s newsest exhibit honors civil war veterans Friday, Nov 11 2022 

The new exhibit called "We Fought For Our Freedom" is a series of photos that showcases 10 former enslaved men that fought with the Union.

        

MSD donates geological discovery they found 18 stories underground Thursday, Nov 3 2022 

While digging for the new Metro Sewer District (MSD) Waterway Protection Tunnel, workers unearthed 734 feet of fossil core samples.

        

‘He’s not mischievous’: Ghost in haunted candy shop connects owner with town’s past Tuesday, Oct 18 2022 

When New Albany Sugar Shoppe moved in on Pearl Street, the owner didn't realize she'd be working alongside a baker from 1820.

        

WHAS11 revisits Louisville Galleria opening 40 years ago Wednesday, Sep 28 2022 

After seven years of planning and three years of construction, central Fourth Street was enclosed by glass to create an indoor shopping and entertainment district.

        

‘I knew it was a unique visual history unlike anything else’: UofL Archives receives massive photo donation Monday, Sep 26 2022 

Members of the Bingham family and the Courier Journal donated the collection to help with the preservation of more than 3 million images.

        

Roll up those sleeves | Clarksville honors ‘Rosie the Riveter’ with art installation Friday, Sep 16 2022 

The Clarksville Historic Preservation Commission raised over $130,000 for the art piece.

        

‘He has brought so much pride’: Famed Louisville baseball player honored with monument at cemetery Thursday, Sep 1 2022 

Felton Snow started his career with the White Sox in Louisville before going on to play for the Elite Giants and eventually managing teams.

        

More than 65 years after Emmett Till’s death, national group calls for accuser’s arrest Tuesday, Aug 30 2022 

Carolyn Donham, 87, is the white woman who accused the black teenager of “improper advances.”

        

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