Thursday, March 9, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

I feel fairly confident that school-bus driving might be somewhere in my future.

It's springtime, which means the state resort parks are going back to regular schedule.

CafePress has made a bunch of changes to get things going back in the right direction.

Sears is leaving the Kentucky Oaks Mall in Paducah, and mum's the word on a potential replacement.

In the first seven hours after posted its news that a new Dairy Queen on the city's south side, there were 363 Facebook reactions, 482 shares and 50 comments (such as, "It's about time. I never understood why Marshall County has three DQs and three libraries and McCracken only gets one of each! Progress."

Look who's coming to Louisville! ... (But not Bowling Green.) ... Get ready, Kentucky! ... Will do. ... Wait ... no, he's not ... Um, what? ... OK, no, he's definitely not coming--but he is.

"We are not breaking the law, nor do we intend to. That is not what being a sanctuary restaurant means."

All clear at the Jewish Community Center in Louisville.

U.S. Rep. James Comer (R-Tompkinsville) says trade with Cuba could be great for the First Congressional District, such as Graves County.