Thursday, August 1, 2013

Oh, Kentucky

Went big and went home to Sonora a Jeopardy record-breaker, baby! Rock on, 12-year-old Skylar Hornback

Heath Eric--of Heath and Molly, who are back in Kentucky after playing in the Czech Republic earlier this summer--selected a more lively path than did Heath Me.

The bridge is back, Ledbetter than ever!

A Lawrenceburg-based preview of the 26th edition of the "World's Longest Yard Sale" (yeah, whatevs, U.S. 127) and a Clinton County-and-Shoney's-centric look back of the last five.

Good jobs news from Hickman (hooray for Fulton County!) and Paducah. About the bad there and in and around Fort Knox and Hazard.

Seven relentlessly grim minutes on the pending transition to 10-digit dialing in The 270/364. And an angry two cents from Columbia.

Dispatches from the front lines of the culture wars: About the Hawesville mayor's "inherently exclusionary column that contains explicit references to God and Jesus Christ," about the Gideons' distribution of Bibles in state schools, about the business of birthing in and around Hardin County.

Rest in peace, Mr. Crawford, author of "Pressbox Paragraphs" and imaginer of "Corbin County."

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