As always when I visit with you about NCAA basketball around tournament time each year, I must always put forth the disclaimer that I never played in an organized game. As a seventh and eighth-grader I did get to dress on our high school B-team at home games.
It has been nearly a year since I approached Sandra B.
FRANKFORT – While we passed several important bills this week, my efforts were centered on reviewing the House’s proposal, House Bill 265, for the state’s two-year budget. Each year, spending will be roughly $9 billion or $18 billion total over the two-year budget cycle.
Legislation to Help Victims of Tornadoes Highlights Busy Next to Last Week in SessionFRANKFORT, Ky. – With only days remaining in the 2012 Legislative Session, the pace of consideration and approval of bills picked up this past week.
Friday night March 23, there will be a huge rematch of a regular season showdown. This rematch will take place in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen, no less. The rematch of which I speak is the Kentucky Wildcats vs.
Is it spring yet? The 2012 spring equinox came a little early: March 20 instead of March 21. Spring is a beautiful season, and many of us have been watching for its signs.
Innuendos (indirect hints or remarks, which may or may not imply something derogatory), can say a whole lot of hateful stuff. Folks sometimes use them to lie, or to tell the truth. Truth is better.
I like nice, quiet days. Days when I wake up rested, have my cup of coffee, my Poptart, and my fifteen minutes of world news. When the weather permits on such days, I walk around in my yard, checking on the flowers and the horses and the yawning cats. Those are pleasant days, but they’re not t
General Assembly Entering Home Stretch of 2012 Session