• Gov. Beshear launches ‘Healthy at Work’ for safe reopening of economy

    Gov. Andy Beshear on Tuesday, April 21, announced the launch of “Healthy at Work,” a new initiative to help Kentucky businesses reopen safely as we fight the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).

    The Governor has urged all Kentuckians to remain Healthy at Home, following federal and state guidelines on social distancing and limiting contacts. However, Kentucky families and businesses also must prepare for the day when we begin to reopen our economy.

  • Gov. Beshear advises schools to remain closed to in-person instruction

    Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday advised the commonwealth’s education leaders to keep facilities closed to in-person instruction for the rest of the school year.

    “Every health care professional has advised us that this is the right course of action to take,” the Governor said of the state’s continuing efforts to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19).

    Gov. Beshear noted that same advice was being followed in many states, including Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee.

  • New guidance about COVID-19 Economic Impact Payments

    The Treasury Department launched a new web tool allowing quick registration for Economic Impact Payments for eligible individuals who do not normally file a tax return, and also announced that it would begin making automatic payments, according to Social Security Commissioner Andrew Saul.

  • News briefs

    Burn ban lifted

  • ‘Open up Kentucky’

    By John Shindlebower/Landmark News Service

    Viewers of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s daily-televised COVID-19 update were surprised when chants from a large group of protesters interrupted the briefing about halfway into the hour-long program Wednesday evening, April 15.

  • Career Center helps first-time filers navigate unemployment application process

    Approximately three years ago, the possibility that Marion County would lose its Career Center seemed very real.

    Thanks, however, to the combined efforts of the Marion County Fiscal Court and the City of Lebanon, the Career Center was saved.

    Now, three years later, amid economic uncertainty related to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the Career Center is proving that effort is paying off in a big way.

  • New orders limit shopping to one adult per household

    Gov. Andy Beshear announced new executive actions to boost social distancing last week to further strengthen measures put in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. A new order limits one adult per household in the store at a time at those businesses still open.

    La Tasha Buckner, the Governor’s general counsel and chief of staff, said the new rule is aimed at cutting down crowds and opportunities for essential shopping runs to turn into a social hour.

  • Tourism, industrial foundation to partner on facility study

    The vision for a multipurpose facility in Marion County has waxed and waned over the years.

    In August of last year, Keith Brock and Sharon Browning, both county employees, completed a feasibility study on a proposed multipurpose facility, with the $15,000 cost for that study being shared between the City of Lebanon and the Marion County Fiscal Court.

  • Fiscal court briefs

    The Marion County Fiscal Court met on April 2. The following are news briefs from the meeting:
    • The court approved a $50,000 budget transfer to the Marion County Detention Center, and a $30,000 budget transfer to the EMS.
    • Marion County Judge/Executive David Daugherty reported that Maker’s Mark and Jim Beam are making hand sanitizer, which the county has been picking up to use.
    • The court approved BelFlex to hire a temporary position at the Marion County Judicial Center for electrician maintenance at $17 per hour.

  • HHS awards $1,659,555 to Kentucky to boost their COVID-19 response



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