Kentucky Today launched in 2015 with one mission: To make sure the 1 million Kentuckians who identify themselves as Southern Baptists are informed about what’s going on in the world around them.
We quickly realized the interest in an online newspaper with a decidedly conservative editorial voice went far beyond Kentucky’s Baptist population. We’ve been delighted by the interest in Kentucky Today from conservatives of every kind, from every corner of the state.
The changing landscape of modern journalism ultimately made the creation of Kentucky Today essential. Traditional newspapers continue to shrink in both size and circulation, and Kentuckians have had to navigate their way through what might best be described as a maze of competing (and sometimes unreliable) voices in an attempt to stay informed.
They needed a credible source of information.
With Kentucky Today, readers find the latest news in state government and politics, courtesy of our Frankfort reporter Tom Latek, a veteran journalist with some 40 years in the business. They also find a full slate of world, national and other state news thanks to our affiliation with The Associated Press, the world’s largest newsgathering operation and the gold standard in journalism.
Readers can find the latest business, sports, and even entertainment news through Kentucky Today, because, to engage the world, our readers need to know what’s going on in the world. We strive to give readers fair, balanced and accurate accounts of
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