Thursday, February 14, 2013

Oh, Kentucky

WKYT reports that a Middlesboro pastor was pulled over on I-40 in Knoxville, and police found in his vehicle three rattlesnakes and two copperheads--poisonous snakes, the possession of which is against Tennessee law. The pastor wants back the snakes, and his court date is Feb. 25.

A veteran defensive back from Paducah was hopeful that he would spend his entire career with the Buffalo Bills. But he told The Buffalo News that he didn't expect that to happen, and he doesn't sound surprised that his departure from the team took place after last season.

The Courier-Journal reports that most of Jefferson County's "persistently low-achieving schools" aren't improving.

The Harlan Daily Enterprise delivers compelling play-by-play of a compelling argument at the Cumberland city-council meeting about job responsibilities among city workers.

Meanwhile, The Middlesboro Daily News is on the scene as the Pineville city council discusses the local stray-cat problem.

Kentucky is coming off a record year for exports.

All clear from Woodford County for the opening of a restaurant in the castle outside Lexington.

It's on to the next round of American Idol! for Owensboro's Jenny Beth Willis.

Meanwhile, Ben and Angela Roberts of Hodgenville, who met in middle school, won a second honeymoon on The Newlywed Game.

And, finally, we await news of Nortonville's Loman Scarbrough at the National Wild Turkey Federation Call Convention (owl-hooting division).

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