Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Oh, Boyle County

A 2016 nursery auction in Danville ...

Christmas11 in Forkland ...

2016 container train at Junction City ...

10 inches of snow in Parksville in 2015 ...

Remembering 1862 in Perryville ...

Oh, Menifee County

Coming to Frenchburg ... "This is a small part of a video released by a Hollywood company in 1944 to help convince American audiences that the World War II refugees who were immigrating were, collectively, a very positive thing for the U.S.A. ... This brief segment focuses on my father, Richard F. Adler MD, and also includes a short sequence with my mother, Alice Blau Adler MD. They were both Viennese who got out after the Anschluss ... My mother's family, except for her sister who had emigrated to Scotland, were all killed by the Nazis ..."

Oh, Kentucky


Stay tuned for more back-to-school pictures in Central City's Times-Argus.

There's a bus-driver shortage in Hardin County, too.

Clarkson is adding a third full-time police officer (and planning to rehab its 30-year-old sewer system and readying for Honeyfest).

Matt Bevin, prospective vice-presidential nominee from New Hampshire, is again taking shots at Kentucky's public employees.

Louisville has a last-second mayoral candidate "known as a political bomb thrower," per Phillip M. Bailey in The Courier-Journal.

Newport Shopping Center and Plaza is getting more populated.

"Veterans as Entrepreneurs/ Veterans to Enhance Workforce," "Importance of Relationship Between Economic Development & Community College" and "Coworking Spaces & Makerspaces" are among the topics scheduled to be covered at the Oct. 18 Madisonville-Hopkins County Rural Development Conference.

"It's come one, come all," for fourth- through eighth-graders wanting to sing in the Harlan County Children's Choir.

Rest in peace, Mr. Isham, Somerset Community College psychology professor, Stoner Little Theatre regular, former Pulaski County Library board member, audio-book narrator and possessor of "a tremendous voice that any broadcaster would envy," according to Christopher Harris's fine story in Corbin's Times-Tribune.