Thursday, May 31, 2012

Oh, Kentucky

Dateline Future City and Marion!

Kentucky tourism folk are hoping to capitalize on History Channel's hit on Hatfields & McCoys miniseries. Pikeville is poised. University Press of Kentucky is already succeeding. "Thank you Kevin Costner," yesterday Tweeted John P. Hussey, director of sales and marketing.

Good jobs news from Lawrenceburg and both Grayson and Grayson County.

A new business model in Florence.

A big boost for in Lexington. 

A pullback for Big Sandy near Louisa.

Repurposing in Paintsville.

Health-insurance reform in Trigg County.

Public transportation in Radcliff. 

Law and order in Hopkins County.


Whether you come from one of our urban centers or our rural areas, Kentuckians are proud of their heritage and their home state.

I love every creek and branch and spring, and all the hills and valleys of Adair County. And after having seen all the best parts of the West and South-west, as well as much of the North and East, I want to say, here and now, there is no part of America more beautiful than Adair County.

... (H)e decided just to let the other guy have it because he didn’t want to go anywhere.

Rest in peace, Ms. Henson, “a big promoter of the arts in Danville before being a promoter of the arts in Danville was cool.”

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