Chainsaw artist carves out a name for himself
Abby Peterson of Breckinridge County, Kentucky recently won an international chainsaw carving competition
Thursday is World Aids Day, and one Lexington agency is taking a pause to honor the last 41 years of fighting one of the deadliest viruses on the planet and looks toward a future where it is no longer a threat. According to Kentucky's Department of Public Health, in the last year, almost 12,000 Kentuckians were diagnosed with HIV, 60% of which progressed to AIDS.
The workshop hopes to train employers on ways to improve outcomes for workers. A release by Cameron's office stated FedEx recently adopted a new firearm shipping agreement that would require firearm dealers to create three shipping accounts: one for firearms, one for firearms parts, and one for all other firearm-related products.
Lexington and surrounding counties are known for a thriving economic scene. Experts came to speak on how to maintain that status. The Commerce Lexington Regional Summit brought in guest speakers for private and public sector leaders for the 9-county region. The experts spoke on what the region shines in when it comes to the economic flow, but another topic of discussion was how to maintain that and make it even better for years to come.