Thursday, August 17, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

"In Paducah, we will be proactive and do the uncomfortable work of having honest dialogue about our own history, biases, and challenges."

One petition for, two against.

Acclaimed, Madisonville-based cartoonist and writer Chris Schweizer recalls Robert E. Lee of Virginia ...


Maligned, Louisville-educated U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell decries the white-supremacist terrorists' plans to converge on Lexington.





Bad jobs news from West Paducah.






Album Review: Forever and Then Some by Lillie Mae




Part of the fun of listening to new music is hearing artists you know nothing about. Lillie Mae Rische has been playing professionally for a long time, but has put out her first solo album at age 25. I've enjoyed listening to this album. It's a very solid collection of songs and she has real talent as a singer/songwriter. The only thing this album is missing for me is that one song that really grabs me. As much as I enjoyed listening to the album I wasn't going out of my way to put it on or to hear that one song.

It's a fun album to throw on while cleaning the house or have a dance party with your 2 year old. Following the Rhapsody rating method I give it 2 out of 5 stars for Not Bad.




Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Oh, Kentucky



McCracken County commissioner Bill Bartleman brokers a compromise on the flea-market fireworks show around the eclipse in Paducah.

Meanwhile, at Ferrell's, ...

Broadband for all in Graves County--even Symsonia and Water Valley.

Good jobs news from Campbellsville.

Hiring in Horse Cave (pressman trainee/$9.50 per hour).

Kentucky (probably) for sale (from New Mexico) ...



Seventeenth Podcast



The seventeenth podcast is up. Thanks to freemidi.org for the audio files. Eric and Matthew try to lighten the mood during a not so light week of news.

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