Scammers are targeting college students with fake jobs. They blast solicitations to college email accounts promising positions with flexible hours and good pay. If you are in college or know a student, be sure to watch out for these phony job offers.
One of our most important responsibilities at the Office of Personnel Management is to help departments and agencies hire the talented employees they need to fulfill their missions. As the world confronts the Zika virus, OPM is enabling federal officials to more quickly and efficiently bring on the talented individuals they need to aid in the response.
JROTC cadets across Kentucky and some from out of state competed at John Hardin and North Hardin high schools last weekend at the Sgt. Maj. Paul C. Gray JROTC Memorial Drill, Marksmanship and Academic Championships.
The Hardin County Schools Early College and Career Center hosted the Kentucky VEX Robotics High School State Championships. The competition’s winners didn’t have to walk far with their trophies. They carried them down the hall to their classroom.
Tax scams can be a problem any time but tend to be particularly active this time of year. But do you know how to identify common elements of different types of tax scams in order to avoid them? And what to do if you think you have been a victim of a tax scam?
This year Purim is March 24. The holiday of Purim is always an exciting time of year. It is a day when Jews—young and old—dress up, listen to the scroll of Esther, send gifts to friends, to the poor and have a celebratory meal.
Kentucky Transportation Cabinet crews will begin treating for noxious and nuisance weeds throughout the state this month. The treatments aid in controlling the spread of undesirable plants along state highway rights of way.