Our company is fortunate to have many military veterans among our workforce. In honor of Military Appreciation Month, we introduce you to some of our LG&E and KU personnel who proudly served their nation and who are dedicated to serving our...read more
For the first time, web cam viewers can experience first-hand what it’s like to tend to a peregrine falcon chick through the eyes of Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources Avian Biologist Kate Heyden....read more
May is Military Appreciation Month and, in honor of the observance, employee Nate Steele, station helper at Mill Creek Generating Station and Air Force veteran, gives a first-hand account of how his military career led him to LG&E and KU.
Civil engineers Reta White and Jen Laino volunteer their time at Blake Elementary’s after-school engineering club. The club was made possible through a partnership between school personnel and LG&E and KU.
With the increasing warmth of the season come increased thoughts of making home upgrades and repairs, or putting renovation projects in motion. But one detail that often gets overlooked is how to safely execute those projects, particularly when...read more
In honor of Job Corps 50th anniversary, we donated two trees yesterday to the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Job Corps Center in Simpsonville. Trainees earn certifications in welding, culinary arts, and the medical field.
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We're betting safety is the real winner at #ThePreakness! Derby winner American Pharoah and jockey Victor Espinoza will wear "Call 811" silks during Saturday's race. As they dig deep for win, we hope you call 811 before any digging project to have underground lines properly marked.
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@bolognasurprise I believe one of our team members reached out to you today. Just wanted to check and make sure the issue has been resolved.
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In honor of Job Corps 50th anny, we donated 2 trees to the Whitney M. Young, Jr. Job Corps Center in Simpsonville. t.co/MqGABx94l7