Thursday, January 10, 2019

Oh, Kentucky

It was a beautiful sunrise over "The Best Town on Earth" this morning, and, seriously, just 10 minutes before this picture was taken, the sky was Miami Dolphins aqua and orange, which I am taking as a good sign for Super Bowl VII, coming up Jan. 14, 1973. GO, BIG DOLPHINS!

Eli Keel delivers a rollicking Insider Louisville feature on a local "high-concept convenience store/third wave coffee shop/farm-to-fork eatery/democratic co-operative experiment" opened by a Carlisle County native.

Lots of redevelopment activity in Fort Mitchell--the old Drawbridge Hotel, the old Remke Markets, the old Brown Mackie College Northern Kentucky, etc.--is to be had here in a typically great Michael Monks meeting story in The River City News.

Johnson County's new judge-executive goes to work recruiting businesses and people, reports Aaron K. Nelson in The Paintsville Herald.

Just short of its 100-year birthday, Durham's Barber Shop is no more--but it's still a happy Melinda J. Overstreet story in the Glasgow Daily Times.

"Antsy" times for the furloughed workers at Covington's IRS facility, reports Mark Hansel in the Northern Kentucky Tribune.

Paducah's audacious new mission statement has a detractor on the new city commission, per Thomas Capps and Jason Thomason with WPSD.

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