Thursday, November 24, 2016

Oh, Kentucky

Well, this is the most miraculous story I'm going to read today (thank you, WYMT). Three days before, the ninth-months-pregnant woman had taken a CPR course. Then on Monday, she scaled the ladder to a roof in Evarts to revive a construction worker who had been electrocuted. And this coming Monday, she's scheduled to have a C-section. "I trust Him with everything and I knew that I would be okay climbing that ladder … I'm glad that I had that class and I'm just glad that knowledge stuck with me and I was able to do exactly what I did."

Sherman Neace Athletic Complex gates open at 6 Eastern this evening for Appalachian Mountain Wrestling's humiliation match and other "Thanksgiving Throwdown" events.

Your letters to Santa—care of Lebanon Enterprise, 119 S. Proctor Knott Ave., Lebanon, Ky., 40033—are due 5 p.m. Eastern Dec. 2.

Christmas parades: Owensboro, Nov. 19; Ashland (#sorry about the Twix), Nov. 22; Lebanon, Nov. 25; Sebree, Nov. 26; Bardstown, Dec. 1; Maysville, Monticello and Richmond, Dec. 2; Arlington, Beaver Dam, Berea, Bowling Green, Cadiz (proceeds after cost go to Toys for Tots), Clinton, Frankfort, Glasgow, Harlan, Henderson, Madisonville, Manchester, Murray, Paris, Somerset ("if the community wants a real Christmas tree, it's not going to be perfect") and Winchester, Dec. 3; Boyce, Owenton and Schochoh, Dec. 4; Hickman and Lexington, Dec. 6, and Augusta, Cave City, Elkton, Hopkinsville (back to a night-time parade), La Center, Nicholasville and Pikeville, Dec. 10.

Trump won in Kentucky.

1 comment:

  1. If we made election day a national holiday and closed businesses do you think we could get up to 70% turnout? Or is 60% the max.