Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

Christmas parades: Georgetown, Dec. 2, and Lexington, Dec. 6.

It's Burger Week, and Corbin's Travis' Cafe is blowing my mind with news of its "Quesadilla Burger."

The Henderson Farmers Market says "a big 'Thank You,' to the gentlemen in their lives."

Congratulations to the White House News Photographers Association’s 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award winner, J. Scott Applewhite, formerly of the College Heights Herald, The Gleaner and The Courier-Journal.

The Glasgow Daily Times' Gina Kinslow, another pro formerly of the Herald, sticks to just the facts, ma'am, in economically reporting the Cave City council session that resulted in the purchase of land from a member of the council.

Upon reading Darrell Bird's very interesting report for Cats Pause on Mitch Barnhart's experience on the NC2A selection committee for the men's basketball tournament, my feeling is now that the committee should, instead of meeting all season over which teams are selected for the tournament and how they're seeded, should meet all offseason over the mathematical formula by which the tournament is selected and seeded. And I believe those meetings should be open and streamed live at the NC2A website.

Placing Jefferson Davis in context, at long last.

Kuttawa is amping up its tourism game.

Good jobs news from Whitley County.

Here's the Hazard Bombers' jingle.

Seventy-six ANU-Pikeville Eagles are set to receive degrees and diplomas next week at the Church of Christ in Coal Run.

I didn't yet know to worry about this vinegar fly, but that's all over now.

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