Thursday, July 20, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

A beautiful story of hospitality in Junction City, from Bob Kleppinger of Danville's Advocate-Messenger.

Here are the services provided by the Clay County Senior Citizens Center.

Self-defense courses in Winchester will benefit a rape crisis center in Nicholasville.

The Henderson County Detention Center credits e-cigarettes for a more peaceful jail.

Hiring at Kenlake. Maybe at Danville's Wilderness Trace Solar, too.

Good jobs news from Harlan. Bad from Somerset.

The state treasurer has been making the rounds in western Kentucky with happy news of unclaimed property. Rejoiced the Lyon County judge-executive yesterday: "$688,000! LYON county citizens have $688,000 sitting in an account in Frankfort under the unclaimed property! KY State Treasurer Allison Ball was in Lyon yesterday and talked to us about Unclaimed Property. We asked they provide us a list of Lyon Countians that have unclaimed $$. We await that list. But in the meantime Krista Grigg in my office has already begun searching names and found many we personally know that have unclaimed money. We are contacting them now."

Simply fantastic detail from Andrew Adkins in Ashland's Daily Independent on a Raceland city-council meeting covering a controversial proposal to build a mobile-home park: "The council, in its typical style, allowed residents to speak seemingly at will, even prior to the scheduled public comment period. At one point, three local residents stood together at the podium and spoke on the same topic. The room was at high capacity. It was also noisy, as members of the crowd and council talked among themselves throughout most of the meeting and a loud air conditioner fan muffled the conversations."

The Holiday Inn Paducah Riverfront is open for biz.

They paved El Chico, putting up a Qdoba, etc.

The Burgin Bulldogs eye the big time.

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