Friday, May 11, 2018

Oh, Kentucky

The Rev. "Woehler believes this model is duplicable for new and existing churches: it’s an affordable model to launch in another community – requiring only a place to share a meal, communion set, and willing convener. For existing churches, potlucks could be a new offering to reach community members who may be yearning for a meal or open discussion. 'I believe that our history, polity, and culture as Disciples of Christ (in all its varied diversities) makes us uniquely positioned to live and grow into alternative church styles that God is creating in our midst.'"

Top high school in the state, per U.S. News & World Report, is Louisville duPont Manual.

Poorest town, per USA Today, is Glasgow.

Leah Shields with Channel 6 reports that McCracken County's jail is built to house 342 inmates; there are 440 people living there now--several, sleeping on the floors.

Douglas White in The Gleaner writes about Henderson Municipal Power & Light's decision making around how to fulfill its customers' energy needs in the years ahead.

As broken in 2011 by the HP, Jackie DeShannon is from Hazel, and now she's part of the 2018 Kentucky Music Hall of Fame class--along with "Stringbean," et al.

It is unlikely I will see it, but I'm interested in Carrsville Car Show, Cabin Pizza, Grand Rivers golf-cart ordinance and state-park Mother's Day reports in the new Livingston Ledger.

Bowling Green's Lost River Cave plans to open its butterfly habitat on Memorial Day.

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