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EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first in a two-part series on media bias. Before your webmaster-editor turned to teaching, I was a full-time daily newspaper reporter.

EDITOR'S NOTE: If you're among the millions of union retirees on Medicare or have loved ones who are, you should be skeptical of these TV commercials touting "Medicare advantage" plans.

By the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development

The commonwealth is experiencing economic growth like it has never seen, and the result is more opportunities than ever for growing businesses of every size and specialty, and residents looking to land quality jobs.

By RYLAND BARTON

Republican lawmakers plan to quickly pass new political maps during the upcoming legislative session, giving the public just about a week to see exactly what Kentucky’s state House, state Senate and congressional districts will look like before they are adopted.

EDITOR'S NOTE: Jenkins is one of organized labor's best friends in Frankfort.

By BERRY CRAIG

AFT Local 1360

Joni Jenkins might be in the market for an old "Choose the Path of Most Persistence" button from Sen. Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign.

Just in time for holiday shopping.

Since President Biden issued a vaccine mandate for the federal workforce as a way to curb the COVID-19 pandemic and prevent deaths, 92% of federal employees have received at least one dose of the FDA-approved anti-COVID vaccines. 

The Sept. 9 executive order mandated that federal workers be fully vaccinated by Nov. 22 with limited exceptions. The mandate covers 3.5 million federal workers across the country and around the world.