Taylor Inman

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A non-election year didn’t stop an enthusiastic crowd from showing up to this year’s 137th Fancy Farm Picnic in Graves County. 

The annual Fancy Farm political picnic in Graves County next month will see no shortage of GOP presence.

Kentucky Democratic Party executive director Mary Nishimuta said the upcoming Fancy Farm Picnic won’t be quiet for Democrats - even though it’s a non-election year.

Kentucky Waterways Alliance spokesperson Bijaya Shrestha said the possible repeal of the Clean Water Rule could make it harder to keep wells safe.

  Fancy Farm Picnic chairman Mark Wilson says the non-election year will make this summer’s event a little different.

  Left-leaning advocacy group Kentuckians For the Commonwealth held a protest Wednesday in Paducah against Governor Matt Bevin’s plan to overhaul the state tax code.

Kentucky Congressman James Comer says he voted to pass the Financial CHOICE Act to roll back many regulations that he says stifles community banking. The act would repeal much of the Dodd-Frank Act, which was put in place following the 2008 recession.

  The transportation cabinet is awarding nearly $25 million dollars in federal grants for projects in 28 Kentucky counties.

 President Donald Trump signed an executive order to “promote free speech and religious liberties” Thursday that has garnered opposing responses from two Kentucky advocacy groups.

  Kentucky veterans leaving Fort Knox and Fort Campbell are prime picks for jobs in the civilian workforce. That’s according to Kentucky Commission on Military Affairs Executive Director Colonel Blaine Hedges. He spoke to Paducah area business leaders Thursday about skills veterans have that may be appealing to employers.