Many areas are still dealing with flooding, even as snow and sleet start to replace the rain. Some of the local major rivers are above flood stage and still rising. The good news is, many of the others have crested and will start to fall. The snow and sleet will continue through much of the day, before wrapping up tonight. Most areas will see several inches of accumulation. Keep it locked to WYMT for updates.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - Gov. Steve Beshear has paid homage to the
coal industry by marking a milestone in sales of special license
Some 50,000 of the black "Friends Of Coal" license plates have
been sold in the past two and a half years. That's more than any
other specialty plates in Kentucky except for collegiate plates
honoring the state's universities.
Beshear has been one of the coal industry's biggest
cheerleaders, criticizing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
for not approving new permits for mines in Kentucky.
Kentucky Coal Association President Bill Bissett praised Beshear
for standing up against the EPA on behalf of the mining industry.
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