Local Engineer Zaps Money Clean to Stop COVID Spread Crystal Sicard Article Updated: July 25, 2020 Leave a comment Share on FacebookTweet this! Lexington man creates product to help clean money to make customers feel safe about exchanging money. Post navigation Previous postChiefs RG opting out to continue work as orderly Next postOut of State Protesters Converge in Louisville for Breonna Taylor Posted in: Uncategorized More Articles By the same author Estill County Church Lends a Hand to Community Members for Flood Cleanup Crystal Sicard Mar 6, 2021 Ravenna Church of God handed out cleaning supplies to those in need in their community. Historic B-17 'Yankee Lady' aircraft touches down in Kentucky, bringing back memories for vets Crystal Sicard Jul 18, 2021 The historic B-17 “Yankee Lady” touched down in Lexington for tours and air rides. Police and kids build relationships during Force on the Course Crystal Sicard May 15, 2021 Force on the Course helps kids and parents build relationships with police officers in their communities. Lexington Begins Roads to Economic Recovery Crystal Sicard May 19, 2020 LEXINGTON, Ky. — As Kentucky slowly starts to reopen, the city of Lexington is making its… Afghan-made rug store owner reflects on the women weaving their products Crystal Sicard Aug 23, 2021 Khazai Rugs best-selling products come from Afghanistan, and with the Taliban in place, it may impact… Lexington Nonprofit Feeds Frontline Workers Crystal Sicard May 23, 2020 LEXINGTON, Ky. — A nonprofit in Lexington made up of medical students, young professionals… Rebels with a Cause. Boyle Co. Football Supports Epilepsy Awareness Crystal Sicard Aug 26, 2020 Football Team is fundraising to help bring awareness of Epilepsy in Boyle County to honor a teammate… Clear Masks Make Communicating Much Easier Crystal Sicard Jun 27, 2020 Kentucky Hands and Voices help get clear panel masks out to those in need. Bourbon County sailor gets proper send off from the community after 80 years Crystal Sicard Jul 29, 2021 After 80 years, one Bourbon County family is finally getting closure after a fallen sailor returns home.