Friday, June 8, 2018

Oh, Kentucky

Cave City can hardly wait for Karst Beach and Boo Boo Playground.

Christmas parades: Bowling Green, Dec. 1, and Hopkinsville, Dec. 8.

Kentucky Opera Night at Louisville City FC is scheduled for June 30.

Corbin's third-annual Burger Week begins Monday. 

Are food trucks and restauranteurs getting too close for comfort in Owensboro?

Dalton Godbey for WBKO 13 looks at Prints of Peace, a jobs-training program for teen-agers, launched by Broadway United Methodist Church and the Bowling Green Housing Authority.

The senior center in Liberty is offering painting classes on Thursday afternoons, and its instructor hails its cognitive and social-skills benefits, per Zach Johnson in The Casey County News.

Hiking trails have come to Hazard, and Buckhorn,  Leatherwood, Viper and other Perry County communities are up next, reports Destiny Caldwell in The Hazard Herald.

Checking in on the vice-presidential campaign of Matt Bevin of Shelburne, New Hampshire, ...

Alliance Coal needed new warehouse space, so a spec building constructed by Madisonville-Hopkins County Economic Development in 2003 has a new owner.

Good jobs news from Bardstown, Florence and Franklin.

Rest in peace, Ronny Smith, publisher of Beauty of 3/Pinnacle VIEW Magazine, park ranger at Cumberland Gap National Park and volunteer photographer at Middlesboro ARH.

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