Herman, a religious businessman, didn't believe that being a successful businessman and being religious were incompatible. Consequently, in business, he turned right and proceeded straight forward while amassing a small fortune along the way, which in his will, he left to a charitable trust. The purpose of the trust was to conduct scientific research as to the existence of the soul which leaves the body upon death.
Kentucky's farmers are among the best in the world. It's no surprise agriculture leaders from around the country are looking to the Bluegrass State and our prospering hemp industry. Right now, hemp is growing in 101 of our 120 counties and $100 million worth of Kentucky grown and processed hemp products are expected to be sold this year alone.
I made my way across West 2nd Street last Sunday carrying a box of flip flops. A small crowd of on lookers stood outside of a seedy motel starring. Our church had just concluded a worship service and community missional event, and the folks across the street chose not to attend. Since I’m equal parts stubborn and determined, I made up my mind, and I picked up the box and made my way over to them.
Public health is the nexus of science and politics. Unfortunately, the two frequently do not mix well. A recent example involving childhood immunizations prompts real concern for the erosion of science in the name of politics.
Summer picnic and barbecue season is in full swing, which also means it's the season for an uptick in the number of people who get foodborne illnesses, which most people call food poisoning.
Feeling despondent, Larry took a few drinks to forget but the only he forgot was to stop drinking. The result? He got into an automobile collision, was convicted of manslaughter and was given a two-year suspended sentence with instructions by the trial judge that if he ever was arrested in the future, he was to report that arrest to his probation officer without delay.
So much has advanced during the past 50 years of technology. Throughout the summer there have been many television shows and news articles harkening back to July of 1969 when America lived up to President Kennedy's commitment to be the first to put a man on the moon.
“Love isn't a state of perfect caring. It is an active noun like struggle. To love someone is to strive to accept that person exactly the way he or she is, right here and now.”—Fred Rogers
This coming Monday I will celebrate my second wedding anniversary. The time has truly flown by. I remember vividly the emotions I felt going into my wedding day. Aside from being anxious, I was a bit perplexed as to what life would be like as a wife rather than a girlfriend. I’ve never claimed to be a cook, a seamstress, a housekeeper…how on Earth would I learn to be domestic let alone be good at it.
A year ago, I wrote about one of my all-time favorite football players, former Kentucky quarterback Jared Lorenzen. I wanted to write about him back then because he had recently been the subject of an ESPN documentary discussing his weight.
Gov. Matt Bevin’s undeclared war against public education in Kentucky took another ugly turn last week as a stacked state school board pressured the state education commissioner into resigning.
MOREHEAD - We applaud President Donald Trump and U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue for the appointment of Hilda Legg as the new state director of USDA Rural Development in Kentucky.
- Splash Pad open and already a hit
- Children found living in dangerous home
- Little Miss Rowan County wins state and national pageant titles
- Davis, Lewis honored for actions during flooding
- Hoodlums in the Holler a success
- What is new at Rodburn Hollow Park?
- $725,000 for St. Claire HealthCare to combat opioid epidemic
- Rowan native competes for a cause
- KY 3319 closed Tuesday in Rowan County
- 9 indicted by grand jury