Monday, July 17, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

On human trafficking, "in every county, city and community in this state."

The status of about 100 refugees who were scheduled to be resettled in Bowling Green is up in the air until at least October.

Merry Christmas from Somerset.

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet’s new Strategic Highway Investment Formula for Tomorrow (or, “SHIFT”) formula "uses quantitative data — measures such as crashes, fatalities, traffic volumes, delays, employment – to assess the benefits of planned projects and compare them to each other.” Each proposed project is measured in terms of its potential to improve safety, reduce congestion, fuel job grown, wisely leverage tax dollars and preserve infrastructure.

Madisonville is getting a new K-8 school.

More police officers in Hopkinsville. Another firefighter in Leitchfield. More machinists via Louisville.

Rest in peace, Mr. Fitzpatrick, who, one Election Day in the 1960s, missed voting because he was visiting family in Tennessee and returned to Ferguson to learn he had been elected mayor.

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