Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

The bomb threat at the London newspaper plant turned out to be fake. The shots at the Herald-Leader, however, were very real.

"The difference, locals say, is affording three-bedroom house vs. being stuck in a trailer." My word, what a great piece of reporting and writing--Ana Swanson of The Washington Post on the president, trade, defense, aluminum and Hawesville. 

Happy 100th to Logan County's quieter legendary businesswoman, Sarah Frances Ballance Campbell, key supporter and supplier to Russellville High Panther football and marketing evangelist for First Baptist Church. "We may run out of cake."

Clark County's Trapp Elementary School is being turned into a home for homeless female vets and their families.

Madisonville is up from 15th to 13th place in Kiwanis International voting to pay for "all-inclusive" playground equipment at the city park. The top 10 advance to the next round. You can vote today and tomorrow.

A bear at the Somerset Walmart.

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