On Christmas morning, Garey and I got up and got dressed to go to Natalie’s, Scott’s and Sabria’s house. I was bustling around, making sure I had all the presents together, so Garey could help load them, when I noticed he was wearing a shirt I had be
2022 is upon us, and it is a year yet untouched by men’s mistakes. Thus far, it is free of worry, care, death, disease, and destruction. As we think of the possibilities that lie before us, what will we do with this new year?
A new year would be an opportune time for Kentucky’s Transportation Cabinet to update its costly and outdated road construction-bidding policies in too many ways reminiscent of the days when smokey back-room deals sealed with a wink and nod dominated Kentucky’s political landsca
2021 is endin
Folklore has interested me since my early college years. Recently, I read an article containing new-to-me folklore. Based on the information in the article, I want to share four New Year’s beliefs or superstitions.
There are times when I hesitate before I give something to somebody, and I ask myself, “Is this good enough?” I don’t know why I do that. I don’t remember either of my p
If I were to ask you what the focal point of the entire Bible is, would you know the answer?
Western Kentucky is currently the focus of the nation’s attention as the region undergoes recovery from the devastating recent series of tornadoes. These twisters, that will rank near the top of the state’s most deadly tornadoes, killed scores of people, caused more than $1 bil
Who picked up on the change of my column name? It’s just for this week. Thought it was fitting. I’ve got a few Christmas tidbits for you as you procrastinate on wrapping gifts (or buying them). Here we go!