Lexington drone training company helping veterans find work Crystal Sicard Article Updated: October 25, 2021 Leave a comment Share on FacebookTweet this! A company in Lexington is working to help Veterans who may be struggling to find work after serving. Post navigation Previous postCOVID-19: Russia, Ukraine, Romania hit record highs in daily deaths, cases Next postBannon in contempt: What happens next Posted in: Uncategorized More Articles By the same author Volunteers come together to build a house for Nicholasville Mother Crystal Sicard Dec 9, 2021 Habitat for Humanity partners with volunteers from across the county to build a house for a mother in… COVID-19 cases decrease in Lexington, city volunteers go door-to-door Crystal Sicard Jul 2, 2021 Fayette County has less than 300 COVID-19 in the month of June, which is the lowest amount since May… Veterans reminding Kentuckians the impacts fireworks have on PTSD Crystal Sicard Jul 2, 2021 One veteran talks about his life and how living with PTSD can be difficult during the 4th of July. University of Kentucky Giving Students Opportunities Through Virtual Internships Crystal Sicard Jun 12, 2020 UK students to complete internships online using a virtual internship platform. Bluegrass 10,000 kicks of Fourth of July festivities in Lexington Crystal Sicard Jul 3, 2021 Lexington hosted the 45th annual Bluegrass 10,000 after canceling it last year due to the pandemic. Lexington Man Saves His Father’s Life Crystal Sicard Jun 27, 2020 Hunter Brown found a life threatening disease in his dad's heart while practicing for school. Carlisle community deals with aftermath of worst flooding seen in years Crystal Sicard Jul 31, 2021 Flood waters brought significant damage to buildings a small central Kentucky town. Kentucky Air National Guard recognized during the arrival of new C-130 aircrafts Crystal Sicard Nov 6, 2021 Over the next 11 months, the 123rd Airlift Wing will receive a total of eight new C-130J super Hercules… Lexington Family Opens Creative Side Business To Help With Income Loss Crystal Sicard Jan 3, 2021 The Wombles family opened their yard sign business after suffering income loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic.