Thursday, September 5, 2013

Oh, Kentucky

(I)t goes to show how caring and compassionate this community is through their ability to wrap their arms around those who face a life altering circumstance.

I love #TBT:

From Barkley Regional Airport's Facebook page: "For Throwback Thursday, we go back to 1960. It's amazing how times have changed. An Ozark Airlines DC-3 on the ramp, the red nose of the plane tell us it was owned by Northwest Airlines before Ozark bought it. The windows behind the car are where the vending area is today. and just a short chain link fence keeps people away from the plane. — at Barkley Regional Airport."

Good jobs news from Lexington.

The USDA says 1 in 6 Kentucky households cannot afford nutritious food.

Elizabethtown ups its ante toward a Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame.

Russellville's Confederate monument is getting fixed.

A bestselling author of Amish fiction is coming to Glasgow.

Here's some bookmobile love, Bell County-style.

Marshall County's first high school was in Benton, opened in 1909, and the Kentucky Historical Society is commemorating the guy who helped establish it--along with doing a lot of other neat things.

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