Friday, December 15, 2017

Oh, Kentucky

Christmas parades: Irvington and Owensboro, Nov. 18; Central City, Nov. 19; Ashland, Nov. 21; Lebanon, Nov. 24; Brownsville and Danville, Nov. 25; Greenup, Nov. 28; Cumberland, London, Monticello and Richmond, Dec. 1; Arlington, Barbourville, Beaver Dam, Bowling Green, Cadiz, Corbin, Fordsville, Georgetown, Glasgow, Harlan, Hartford, Henderson, Lawrenceburg, Madisonville, Marion, Munfordville, Murray, Paducah, Somerset and Winchester, Dec. 2; Dawson Springs, Evarts and Nortonville, Dec. 3; Mount Sterling, Dec. 4; Lexington, Dec. 5; Bardstown, Dec. 7; Frankfort and Fredonia, Dec. 8; Augusta, Berea, Burnside, Cave City, Crofton, Edmonton, Elkton, Hanson, Hickman, Hopkinsville, Paintsville, Prestonsburg, Salem, Vanceburg and Whitesville, Dec. 9, and La Center and Oak Grove, Dec. 16.

Good jobs news from Glasgow, Lexington and Pikeville.

One more week for Kennedy's Wildcat Den bookstore.

The Kentucky Castle has big long-term plans, though.

The new Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky president is coming (almost) home from Japan starting in the new year.

CNN's Jessica Ravitz in eastern Kentucky: "What can make a difference in tackling unplanned and unwanted pregnancies are more conversations about -- and more access to -- birth control, reproductive health care and sex ed. But the challenges in opening up these discussions run as deep as the 'hollers,' or valleys, that cut through these green hills."

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