Monday, June 11, 2018

Oh, Kentucky

 

Great lede in Etown's News-Enterprise by Mary Alford: "It wasn’t until his senior year of high school that Marty Fulkerson first attended the Hardin County Fair & Horse Show. He had his tie eaten by a goat."

"People get addicted to the improvement." Nice Q&A from Hannah Brown in The State Journal with Kirk Schooley, who is the pro at Frankfort's Juniper Hill Golf Course, won the 1993 PGA Kentucky Section championship and "grew up in a pro shop."

The state FFA's 2018 Ag. Teachers Change Lives Award goes to Mr. Green, retiring after 33 years at Todd Central High.

Ms. Zaino, English teacher, leaves Covington Holmes with a bang.

Good jobs news from Paducah?

Hiring in Carrollton ("TO PERFORM SPECIALIZED INTAKE WORK IN CASES OF YOUTH DEEMED HIGH NEEDS OR UNSUCCESSFUL IN THE DIVERSION PROCESS; TO PROVIDE TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND FEEDBACK FOR CDWS AND THE JUDICIARY ON PUBLIC AND STATUS CASES ... THIS POSITION IS ON-CALL AND REQUIRES DAYS, NIGHTS, WEEKENDS, AND HOLIDAYS AS NEEDED ... $28,911.12 - $38,162.64").

Prayers for Guatemala, and rock on, brothers and sisters from Murray.

2 comments:

  1. I wonder what who potential Paduah business is?

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  2. LITTLE MISS SPRINGFIELD
    WHICH ONE WILL IT BE?

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