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Congratulations to Damian Pelster's letter on page 7: "The letters to the editor on energy and the environment in August and Se...
Women's wellness extras
PRIORITIZE YOURSELF Penny Sticklen of Brooksville is a client of exercise physiologist Lisa Capehart's who came to her two year...
2014 Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame
Induction notes from the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame Join us in honoring the 27 veterans recognized at the first Kentucky Ve...
Steps to Women's Wellness
What are the most important things that women need to know about their health and wellness? The answers may surprise you. When...
Fifty years ago, then-U.S. Agriculture Secretary Orville Freeman proclaimed October as a month to celebrate cooperatives. Since...
The Battle of Perryville in Boyle County marked the bloodiest battle in Kentucky's history.
Stories of the unexplained
Jennifer Kirkland of SHOCK (Spirit Hunters of Central Kentucky) describes an eerie paranormal tour of the Dye House at the Perr...
A leading role for coal
Rocky Adkins has a unique and effective way to talk about coal.
Bringing Help and Hope
It wasn't supposed to snow. After all, it was spring break for the college students who had wound their way into rural eastern...
How do you Q?
As in the Civil War, the Q wars pit brother against brother and region against state.
BBQ secret recipes
Many of Kentucky's barbecue restaurants are fondly referred to as "joints" and often become favorite community gathering spots.
I want to volunteer
Thirteen days before his 62nd birthday, Jay G. Dresser, a high-ranking officer, former airport engineer for the Jackson Port Authority in Jacksonville, Florida, former…
What to say to the EPA
June 2 was to be a huge day for Kentucky. That's the day the federal Environmental Protection Agency announced a plan to reduce...
If you made up a story about a guy to represent electric co-ops in Kentucky, you'd make up Bill Corum. He grew up in Brandenbur...
The room was transformed into a farm set with bales of hay, farm toys, and a large barn-door cut-out, with college students wea...