Kentucky Horse Park ‘making good progress’ financially, state official says

BY JANET PATTON, jpatton1@herald-leader.com – The Kentucky Horse Park is “making good progress,” state Tourism, Arts and Heritage Secretary Don Parkinson said after hearing Wednesday that the park is on track to meet budget projections for the year. Executive director Jamie Link told the Kentucky Horse Park Commission the park has more than $538,000 in hand after…

With new protective orders now available advocates are releasing guidelines for schools and universities

by Nick Storm, @NickStorm_cn2 – FRANKFORT — With the passage of House Bill 8 in the 2015 session Kentucky became the last state in the nation to offer protective orders for victims of dating violence, sexual assault and stalking. As the state embarks on “something very new” advocates are issuing guidelines in an effort to raise awareness of the…