Saturday, July 9, 2016

Oh, Kentucky

Hey, Kentucky made Snopes!

You know how former officeholders and their families sometimes become friends and everybody enjoys seeing these two folks on opposite sides of a political divide come together? Yeah, I don't think that's going to happen with the Beshears and the Bevins.

I love it when the Kentucky and 1970 desks cross paths:

What's next for the La Grange skate park?

The business value chain and policy environment around Kentucky hemp are taking shape.

Appalachia food is trendy; will Appalachia benefit?

For your homesteading and survival needs in Louisville.

Good jobs news from Henderson, RussellvilleShepherdsville and Sturgis.

The company that owned the hospital in Fulton also owned a hospital in Martin, Tennessee; when Fulton County sought to take it over and find bidders for the local hospital, the company passed and instead closed the hospital, forcing the folks in Fulton to choose between going to the company's Martin hospital or a hospital owned by the company's competitor in Mayfield (which is further away from Fulton than is Martin). So writes Al Cross in a Kentucky Health News blog post.

Kentucky for sale by Lyon County (you've been warned about the leak).

"The classes expose citizens to a number of current law enforcement issues and the latest Paducah Police Department procedures."

An investigation is underway to determine the cause of the fire that destroyed Vicco's one police vehicle.

Sue Massek of Willisburg is the Kentucky Arts Council's featured artist for July/August.

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