The fall television broadcast schedule has begun. The networks – of course – are eager for each of us to watch their programming.
Floating Ax heads; Talking Donkeys, and Cool Furnaces…
Last week on NPR, I heard an interview with a writer from Eastern Kentucky. The guy grew up in the kind of poverty and backwardness that sometimes besets the people of that area. He escaped it because of the influence of his Mamaw and Papaw, he told the interviewer. He spoke of a “learned help
As folks in Morgantown, Woodbury, and Rochester prepare to vote against alcohol sales for the second time this year, let us again put in perspective what such an election means to the citizens. I understand that before 2016, there had not been a “wet-dry” vote in Butler County since 1942.
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Crittenden County, Kentucky was established in 1842. The county was named for John Jordan Crittenden(1787-1863). He was the U.S.
One of my favorite things about fall is the change in foods. We’re moving into the comfort food season, and I have many family and friend-shared recipes. A few of them are included below. I hope you enjoy them as much as we have!
On Friday, September 16, I was pleased to represent the Kentucky General Assembly at the KentuckyWired (KYW) event at the Capitol where I joined Governor Matt Bevin and U.S.