Thursday, June 1, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

Save the Children says childhood "ends" latest in New Hampshire (No. 1) and earliest in Louisiana (No. 50) among the 50 states. Kentucky comes in No. 33 on the list.

Williamsburg has its first liquor store.

The state's community lakes are stocked and loaded for this weekend's children's derbies and other free fishing.

Labor Cabinet secretary Derrick Ramsey--quarterback of the 1976 SEC- and Peach Bowl-champion UK Wildcat football team, walk-on with the '76 basketball 'Cats and my all-time-favorite Oakland Raider and New England Patriot--and Gov. Bevin visited Heaven Hill to celebrate the distillery's workplace-safety performance.

Improvements at Fleming County, Robertson County and Caverna schools might be bringing an end to state oversight of the districts.

NKU is offering a workshop on teaching about climate and environment in middle and high schools.

The Franklin County Humane Society rescued about 200 animals from an apparently abandoned Frankfort pet store.

Good jobs news from Louisville.

NASA reportedly says all of us out here in western Kentucky are greatly underestimating the coming eclipse crowd.

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