Thursday, August 31, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

Future seminars, chili suppers and ice-cream socials in Dundee will have a snazzy new home, thanks to First United Bank and Trust.

Meanwhile, the Ohio County Historical Center bean dinner, ...

Henderson County Schools' math emphasis appears to be paying off.

"Mammoth Cave will be the most suitable place to perpetuate the undying memory of the heroes of the world war. No more appropriate spot could be chosen for such a national monument than this gigantic hole which winds for miles under the hills and valley's of God's garden spot — Kentucky."

Meanwhile, how about Lexington Cemetery for Fayette County's Confederate monuments?

In fact, I saw a bald eagle just this past Saturday at Camp Kum-Ba-Ya near Fairdealing. Good for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife.

For the 40th straight year, the cyclists are headed to their Old Kentucky Home--a little earlier than usual, though.

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