Parents divided on Beshear’s recommendation to delay in-person classes until late September

Parents in Kentucky are divided on Governor Beshear’s recommendation that schools delay in-person instruction until September 28th.

Positive COVID-19 test confirmed at Clarksville High School

Individuals who were in close contact with the student were notified.

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”It’s manic. That’s the best way to say it,” a worker at Green Valley Care Center said. “Everybody’s high strung there right now, and emotions are running high. It’s a lot.”

  No parties, more virus testing: UofL students, staff prepare for unconventional return to campus

COVID-19 testing for students and staff at UofL is available until Aug. 21 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  Some JCPS parents relieved children likely won’t have to share Chromebooks for NTI 2.0

On Monday, JCPS parents started submitting requests for one of the district’s 30,000 new Chromebooks and 10,000 hotspots ahead of NTI 2.0.

Gov. Beshear recommends schools wait until late September to begin in-person classes

Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday announced his recommendation on an in-person start date for Kentucky schools.

Ky Board of Education preparing for future

Caravans in Louiville call for COVID-19 Relief

Police: Man spit at boy who refused to remove his mask

Middletown YMCA remaining closed indefinitely

Gov. Beshear reports 546 new cases, 1 more death

LMDPHW: LMPD enforces mask requirement

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Gov. Beshear reports 546 new cases, 1 more death

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