Over the years, I have written often about issues affecting our House district and the state, but I have not mentioned much about my personal life. This week, however, I would like to change that, in the hope my story will help others.
It’s that time of year when candidates will begin lining up their followers to write endorsement letters to the newspaper.
We welcome those local letters. Local being the operative word here.
We won’t accept letters of mass mailings. With email so prevalent, it’s tougher to determine “mass mailings.” However, if someone sends a letter from Indianapolis endorsing one of our presidential hopefuls, it’s pretty obvious that it’s from a mailing list.
6. Presidents’ Day mo.
9. Pig trough stuff
13. “The Stars and Stripes Forever” composer
14. *”Happy Days Are Here Again,” ____ Reisman and His Orchestra
15. *Josephine Baker’s turf
16. Blood fluid
17. Will Ferrell’s Christmas character
18. Conical dwelling
19. *First Winter Olympics country
21. *Female pioneer
24. Classic sci-fi video game
25. Boxer’s punch
The passage of bills that would help children with disabilities, preserve rights of victims in criminal cases, and fight for the rights of the unborn highlighted another busy week in the Senate. As Thursday marked day 40 of our 60-day legislative session in Frankfort, we are still anxiously awaiting a budget bill from our colleagues in the House.
If you are like me, you are counting down the days to warmer weather and vibrant sunshine.
Spring is almost here and what better way to jump start the season, than to come to downtown Cynthiana this weekend for our local merchants Spring Open House.
Many downtown businesses will be staying open late on Friday night. It will be a great night to stay in Cynthiana and support local businesses. We want to invite everyone to visit the local merchants, grab a bite to eat and stay for entertainment.
Just got back from a Lion’s Club meeting and the topic made the chipmunks in my head turn that little wheel faster than usual.
Jane Higgins gave a presentation about the Harrison County Community Fund. Without going into any great detail, the HCCF is a component fund of the Blue Grass Community Foundation.
It is a citizen-powered endowment fund consisting of gifts and bequests that are subject to a requirement that the principal be maintained intact and invested to create a source of income for the community.