Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Oh, Kentucky

Christmas18 parades (FINAL REPORT): Owensboro, Nov. 17; Ashland, Nov. 20; Brownsville, Nov. 24; Cumberland and Fredonia, Nov. 30; Arlington, Barbourville, Berea, Cadiz, Calvert City, Carlisle, Clinton, Columbia, Corbin ("downtown Corbin is alive and let's keep it that way," writes the editor of Ashland's Daily Independent), Hawesville, Jenkins, Lawrenceburg, Leitchfield, Lewisport, Madisonville, Marion, Murray, Paducah, Somerset and Whitley City, Dec. 1; Bowling Green, Dawson Springs, Glasgow and Salyersville, Dec. 2; Lexington, Dec. 4; Bardstown and Greenup, Dec. 6; Frankfort, Maysville, Monticello, Perryville, Richmond and Smiths Grove, Dec. 7; Benton, Cave City, Elkton, Eubank, Harlan, Hopkinsville, Horse Cave, Loretto, Louisa, Middlesboro, Munfordville, Quality, Park City, Pikeville, Prestonsburg and Stamping Ground, Dec. 8; Grayson, Dec. 11; Whitesburg, Dec. 14; Burnside, La Center, Manchester, Neon and Rabbit Hash, Dec. 15.

It's back to the capitol and (real) legislature for the Kentucky Council of Churches "to pray for government officials and act on behalf of Kentucky’s most vulnerable citizens."

Paducah and McCracken County officials talk prioritizing economic-development activities such as arts support and airport expansion, via WKMS.

KFVS is all excited about the possibilities of flying from Cape to Barkley Regional, and so am I.

Hiring in Fulton.

Suicides, fatal auto accidents, homicides and overdose deaths were down; SIDS and drownings, up—for a net decrease of 78 deaths from 2017 to 2018 in Warren County, per WKYU FM.

Christmas19 parades: Scottsville, Dec. 7.

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