Friday, November 10, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

Chuck Culpepper returns to Rupp Arena and finds what he was looking for, for The Washington Post.

Year 2 of ice skating in Bowling Green commences Nov. 17.

Paducah International Racing gets back to business in 2018.


In Madisonville, "Keeping the Dream Alive: How is the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. relevant to your generation?"

What guidelines would you suggest for elective social-studies courses in "Hebrew Scriptures and the Old Testament of the Bible," "The New Testament of the Bible," and "Hebrew Scripture and the New Testament of the Bible?"

Christmas parades: Irvington and Owensboro, Nov. 18; Lebanon, Nov. 24; Danville, Nov. 25; Greenup, Nov. 28; London, Monticello and Richmond, Dec. 1; Barbourville, Beaver Dam, Fordsville, Georgetown, Hartford, Henderson, Lawrenceburg, Madisonville, Murray, Somerset and Winchester, Dec. 2; Mount Sterling, Dec. 4; Lexington, Dec. 5; Bardstown, Dec. 7, and Cave City, Elkton, Hanson and Hopkinsville, Dec. 9.

1 comment:

  1. Had no idea public schools in KY were now teaching the Bible. That's about the craziest thing I ever heard.