The legislative interim continued last week with multiple interim joint committees (IJC) and task forces meeting to prepare for the 2024 Regular Session.
Wednesday night, Garey and I went with our daughter, Natalie, and granddaughter, Sabria, and Sabria’s friend, Laela, to the Summer Solstice concert at the Capital Arts Theater in Bowling Green. The concert featured Irish music performed by two local musicians, Skip Cleavanger and his wife, Rebec
I am sure our readers are familiar with the recent news of the loss of the OceanGate Titan and its tourists who were taking an underwater excursion to see the wreckage of the Titanic. We hurt for the lives lost and the families who now must bear the sorrow and loss of their family members.
The word “bittersweet” causes me to think of a mixture of pleasure and pain. Bittersweet connections –for me – generally include more pleasure than pain. Life experiences usually bring about our bittersweet connections.
Next-generation Internet access holds great promise to improve the well-being of Kentuckians across our sta
I have ten extra pairs of shoes…I counted. I’m not talking about my personal shoes, like church shoes, tennis shoes, sandals and flats. I’m talking about extra pairs of shoes in various sizes. Some of these shoes have been worn by me or Garey or one of my daughters. I’ve also picked up a few
In the long ago, Solomon said, “I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and, behold, all is vanity and vexation of spirit. That which is crooked cannot be made straight: and that which is wanting cannot be numbered” (Ecc. 1:14-15). This is a hard truth for many to grasp.
Recently I stumbled upon a few classic series’ being aired on IFC. IFC stands for Independent Film Channe
Flag Day, celebrated annually on June 14, holds a special place in the hearts of Americans.