Thursday, July 11, 2019

Oh, Kentucky

Kentucky's local "Lights for Liberty" vigils to end family separation and human concentration camps are scheduled to take place Friday at 9 p.m. locally in Danville, Florence, Frankfort, Lexington, Louisville and Paris so far.

$477 million in federal grant money for airport infrastructure is rolling in to Campbellsville, Falmouth, Greenville, London, Owensboro and Sparta, announced U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao (McConnell).

Spoiler alert: Probably not, surmises FiveThirtyEight.

At the Northpoint Training Center in Burgin, the state is piloting a program designed to help inmates not return to using illegal drugs after their release.

Shelby County's volunteer fire departments are shorthanded.

Southern Living is all about the free Kentucky River water-quality knowledge that Kentucky State University is dropping on us this summer.

I think the Chemical Coaters Association Intl. (CCAI) of Independence made an outstanding choice for its James F. & David J. Wright Lifetime Achievement Award winner.

Rest in peace, ex-UK Wildcat Jared Lorenzen, and way to go, former U of L Cardinals Deion Branch, Jamon Brown and Chris Redman.

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