Residents push back against possible LG&E power rate hike Ashleigh Mills Article Updated: April 19, 2021 Comments Off on Residents push back against possible LG&E power rate hike Share on FacebookTweet this! LG&E’s request to raise rates is met with opposition in public input meetings. Post navigation Previous postBrady says knee is recovering well from surgery Next postBiden says he is 'prepared to compromise' in continued push for jobs plan Posted in: Uncategorized More Articles By the same author Hotels Hopeful for Guests During Unusual Derby Ashleigh Mills Sep 3, 2020 The hospitality business, like that of hotels, has taken a hit during COVID-19. Kentucky Judge's Ruling Exempts Restaurant Group From COVID Orders Ashleigh Mills Apr 10, 2021 A judge says five restaurants can ditch Gov. Andy Beshear's COVID orders. Louisville Chamber of Commerce: Workforce crisis may be improving Ashleigh Mills Jul 10, 2021 A new initiative attempts to help people earn a "livable" wage, as some employers desperately search… Rains ravage recently flooded Kentucky community Ashleigh Mills Aug 18, 2021 There was a fatal flood in Carlisle just weeks before the rain returned and caused creeks to again swell. Students Face A Greater Possible ‘Summer Slide’ in Learning Ashleigh Mills May 15, 2020 There could be a greater learning gap, from this year's end to next fall. After Her Son Recovered From COVID Complications, Mother Reflects on Her Child’s Battle Ashleigh Mills Oct 23, 2020 Carmelo Blaine is recovering from a syndrome affecting kids who've had COVID-19. His mother reflects… ACLU Concerned about Contact Tracing Ashleigh Mills May 19, 2020 KENTUCKY — As restrictions ease and businesses begin to reopen, Kentucky has launched contact… KDE Provides Guidance as Schools Prepare for Fall Ashleigh Mills May 28, 2020 FRANKFORT, Ky. - Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack called it "premature" to determine… Heightened rate of carjackings holds steady for Louisville Ashleigh Mills Jun 10, 2021 In Louisville, the rate of carjackings so far this year nearly equals that of 2020.