A new day is dawning in Kentucky. For the first time in many years, the winds of financial responsibility have begun to blow briskly through the marble halls of Frankfort. These welcome breezes are ushering in the promise of a fresh start for the Commonwealth.
Fifteen students from South Oldham High School attended the Kentucky Association of Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America's 71st Annual State Leadership Conference on March 29 through 31 at the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, with several students advancing to compete at the National Leadership Conference in San Diego, Calif. this summer.
As we are dusting cobwebs away from the house during spring-cleaning time, it is also a great idea to check equipment that you and your family use during the warmer months. Below are some items to ensure you and your family have a safe start to warm weather.
There are many excuses why people do not pay their taxes.
In the early hours of April 6, the Oldham County EMS and fire department prevented me from having the ultimate excuse. Their quick and professional response to an emergency call to my house shaved off critical time and gave the specialized teams at the Norton Brownsboro Hospital the opportunity to perform an emergency surgery.
Having my childhood and early adult life pretty evenly split between Indiana and Tennessee, I find that my allegiance is often torn. There are so many things I love about the Hoosier State; the first signs of spring after a long, hard winter, pork tenderloin sandwiches bigger than the hog they came from, and some of the kindest, most friendly people you could ever hope to meet.