Thursday, March 2, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

Stop feeding the geese at Etown's Freeman Lake Park.

I'd never even heard of Russellville's West Kentucky African American Heritage Museum and Research Center.

Nor did I know there is a Northern Kentucky Music Hall of Fame (or that Adrian Belew went to Ludlow!)

Madisonville’s Breathe Youth Arts Program—"a community-based, youth development program of Light of Chance that is geared toward fostering artistic expression, leadership and social skills through visual arts, music, dance and creative writing” among children in grades 5-12—is in its spring semester.

"Can we change the way people look at life and make their decisions?" Moral Reconation Therapy—“a cognitive-behavioral treatment system that leads to enhanced moral reasoning, better decision making, and more appropriate behavior”—appears to be coming to the Clay County Detention Center.

Fish and Wildife is hiring officers.

A Berea Republican decided things might be moving a little too quickly in the (real) legislature around a move to repeal (and replace?) the state's net-metering regulations (Smart Grid!).

"Do not be friends of coal; be friends of coal miners." And rest in peace, Nathan Gabriel Phillips of White Plains and Rickey Allen Thorpe Jr. of Dawson Springs.