Monday, July 11, 2016

Oh, Kentucky

"Micah Johnson is the cake that this country has baked," concludes Woodford County High's Shaun King in the New York Daily News.

They got together at the Christian County Senior Center on Sunday afternoon to talk about unity and diversity, and WHOP reports that they had to bring out extra folding chairs.

Comments to a Facebook post of a Kentucky Standard story about a protest march in Bardstown evidence disharmony.

Mark Story reports in the Lexington Herald-Leader on another weird weekend at Kentucky Speedway and Brad Keselowski as "King of Sparta."

Kenton County is moving its government offices to an old brewery.

The Hazard Wendy's is one that got hacked.

The Kentucky Nurses Association throws its support behind medical marijuana.

The Kaiser Family Foundation comes down against Gov. Bevin's proposed Medicaid waiver.

Having cracked down on drag racing around Lewisburg, the Logan County Sheriff's Department turns its attention to Auburn.

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