Monday, November 7, 2016

Oh, Kentucky

The Kentucky Geological Survey at UK says we all need to settle down about the earthquake stuff over here.

"Before I Die ...," in Frankfort.

Remember the good, old days of Kynect? I do.

Among WKDZ's top-10 stories of last week was the sad news that Hoptown's Applebees is closing.

Alfalfa's is for sale.

The Sunfish Mall is no more.

Lyon County is NOT on a burn ban. Yet. "Just use common sense."

Mayfield Solar 1 is online, with a 20-year contract to sell power to TVA.

Lewis County is trying to stoke entrepreneurship.

Good jobs news from HopkinsvilleLouisville and Pikeville.

Paducah's Fountain Avenue revitalization is being held up as a model for other cities.

Christmas parades: Owensboro, Nov. 19; Ashland, Nov. 22; Bardstown, Dec. 1; Monticello and Richmond, Dec. 2; Berea, Glasgow, Madisonville and Winchester, Dec. 3; Boyce and Owenton, Dec. 4, and Cave City, Elkton, Hopkinsville and Pikeville, Dec. 10.

Rest in peace, Ruth Thomasine Robinson, a Martin native who operated Jan's Florist there for more than 40 years, served as mayor for 19 and died "the same week as Martin's annual Red, White and Blue Days" while she was amid serving a 90-month sentence in federal prison in Texas. "Prayers for her family. She did whatever she could to help anyone that needed help. No matter the chargers that was against her, she was a good person and had the heart of gold."

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