Would just like to note how pleased I am that, after having the site up for some time, we are finally getting some comments on stories from readers.
We are in the middle of a month-long push to gain new Forward Kentucky memberships, and as publisher, I think I need to explain why.
As you have probably noticed by now, we have added Google Ads to the site. It was not an easy decision. Let me explain why we did it.
A recent development on the site: We have turned off the comments feature on stories, and added forums. Let me explain why.
After some weeks of making sure everything was ready, ForwardKY is publishing on both Apple News and Medium. Check it out!
For a while, we've only allowed members to comment on stories. Starting today, we've switched to allowing non-members to comment.
We've done our first crowdfunding drive, gotten through the elections (ugh), and added some great contributors. Now is the time for Forward Kentucky to use 2017 as our Year of Expansion.
As part of our growing emphasis on the journalism part of our mission, we'll be adding news curation to our posts.
"Fake news" is all the news, these days. We are surrounded by, and drowning in, a tsunami of fake news. What does this mean to the future of our state and our country? And, what does this mean for Forward Kentucky?
The election is over. Republicans control almost everything, and Trump is going to be president. So what is our response at Forward Kentucky? IT'S GO TIME.
Here's a question for you: Is it possible to speak the truth, to advocate for causes, to call out harmful actions, without at the same time being hate-full?
Are you thinking "Wait a minute -- wasn't there a Progress Kentucky some years ago?" If you are, here's the backstory. A number of years...
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