Friday, March 3, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

The police thought it was a scam, but the priests were legit.

Magoffin County is getting a new library!

The Whitley County Extension Community Art Center explores "Ways of Seeing." "Women in the Arts" at Grayson Gallery. And "Mindful Nature Photography" at the Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfort.

Franklin may be getting a new aquatic and community center, and Madisonville has doubled the size of its planned downtown skateboard park

A Louisville-based manufacturer of coffee makers and similar products has been acquired by Electrolux.

Melinda J. Overstreet in the Glasgow Daily Times delivers a compelling and thorough play-by-play of the local electric-plant board's recent open house concerning peak-rate pricing and other topics.

Murray's walk-up Dairy Queen re-opened Wednesday, and Murray did, indeed, walk and line up.

Ben Kleppinger in The Advocate-Messenger has an interesting report on the expansion of the Cattleman’s Roadhouse since 1995 from a single steakhouse in Shelbyville to locations in Frankfort, Georgetown, Louisville, Mount Sterling, Shepherdsville and now Danville. “Not a lot of people do salad bars anymore because they’re expensive,” says one of the chain co-owners.

Food City is growing in Middlesboro.

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