College Financial Aid 2019: Education Matters
Experts from Kentucky colleges and universities provide practical information about applying for financial aid.
This week, we go on a rugged hunt through tough terrain in search of the state's largest game animal. Then, if water temperatures are cooling down, it's time for muskie fishing. And last, we head out with the beagles on a rabbit hunt.
Climb aboard and explore the Bourbon Trail with Doug Flynn and the good folks at Central Kentucky Tours, Harden Coffee in Campbellsville is a family business built from the "grounds" up, and meet some new neighbors at the nostalgic Wigwam Village Inn #2 in Cave City.
On Kentucky Life's season premiere, we're playing wiffle ball at Princeton's Little Busch Stadium, and then climbing a tree (and enjoying a luxurious night in it) at EarthJOY Treehouse Adventures. Then, we learn about how African-Americans came to work in the coal mines and are now making new lives in Lynch, and watch as Dayton and Bellevue football teams meet again in the most-played rivalry in Kentucky.
This week, we go bow hunting in rainy conditions that turn out to be an advantage. Next, we learn how the Dept. of Fish & Wildlife improves the ecosystem of fisheries. Lastly, bull elk season is here, and we’re on the hunt for one of the most magnificent animals in the bluegrass.
This week, we're catching catfish on the Salt River, checking out some overlooked bow hunting spots, and meeting a wildlife artist who creates art from just one piece of wood.
The KET Story
Explore KET's beginnings and 50 years of service as Kentucky's only statewide educational broadcasting network. In the 1950s and 60s, KET founder O. Leonard Press saw the potential of television - a new technology - to provide equitable access to high-quality instruction in schools throughout the Commonwealth. Learn about KET's history and its commitment to education and Kentucky programming throughout its five decades of public service.
Most fisherman target crappie in the spring, but we'll show you why they're great to catch in the fall. Next, we share tips on field dressing big game. Lastly, we show how the Department of Fish and Wildlife is using innovative methods to control invasive species.
This week we head to western Kentucky to band wood ducks. Then show you how to safely climb a tree for deer season. And lastly, we take a look at a deer quota hunt that took place on Kleber WMA.