Thursday, June 20, 2019

Oh, Kentucky

On the Monday after Father's Day, Madisonville took a pass on Sunday alcohol sales. Opines Bro. Bill Adcock at, "Isn’t it ironic that the day after Father's Day of honoring our earthly father, the Madisonville City Council was faced with honoring or dishonoring our Heavenly Father? ... My verdict is ya'll 'Done Good' fellas."

Resetting in Columbus.

Sheltering in Tompkinsville.

Restructuring in Glasgow.

"Not much remains of the home, except the UK sign, which was untouched by the slide. Now Bowen will have to start over, and the family is asking the community for help." Garrett Wyler of Lexington's WDKY Fox 56 heads to Powell County and comes back with a very gripping story.

"This megabuck competition may be Louisville’s to lose." There's millions in it, reports Dianne Timmering at The Lane Report--"it," being them thar aging people.

Sixth-, seventh- and eighth-graders from Floyd, Johnson and Pike counties are STEM-ing it up this month at Big Sandy Community and Technical College in Prestonsburg.

New deals with Mattress Firm and Big Lots mean lots of hiring for Lexington-based Temper Sealy International.

Rest in peace, Mr. Kenny ("KY," "Shorty" or "Shortman") Short of Robards, friendly mentor to fellow millwrights, Henderson Moose Lodge 732 cards enthusiast, U.S. Army sharpshooter, Poole Missionary Baptist Church magi portrayer and hunting and fishing buddy of Sterling's. "To know Kenny," reads the beautiful obituary, "was to love him."

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