Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

The Sons of Confederate Veterans are appealing to march with their favorite flag in Paducah's (U.S.) Veterans Day Parade.

What's HUD doing for Kentucky? Working to improve access to affordable, quality and fair housing, extend broadband connectivity to low-income Americans, etc., says the field-office director in a road show.

If you missed the free black-lung screenings at the Sleep Inn in Middlesboro yesterday, NIOSH will be at the Harlan Walmart and Evarts later this week.

Hoptown elegy.

"There's so much more inside people like him than they ever gave him credit for."

Jail gardens like this one at the Clay County Detention Center seem to be all over the place now.

It really is great that there's a reporter at the Cynthiana Democrat who brings in breakfast for everyone in the place once a week.

The Hart County News-Herald also is hiring.

Elliott Pratt of The Bowling Green Daily News delivers an enjoyable update on doings with Kenny Perry.

Not endless ... but one more week in Louisville.

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