Earlier this week, we had a visitor at the office. It was a familiar voice, one that I recognized very well and sure enough, it was someone that I knew.
I remember at the turn of the 21st century we were all concerned about computer crashes, the unknown, and were just getting used to talking on cell phones. The iMac was relatively new and the iPhone was a few years away from becoming part of our everyday lives.
It’s been a long time since I visited Cumberland Falls. So long, in fact, I don’t remember the last time I visited one of the state’s most beautiful attractions.
Sometimes you have to consider the source, especially when it comes to issues and topics of interest Like many of you, I have a Facebook page and posts are made almost every day regarding a topic of interest. Some of them are local posts, others are state and national related. Some of them a…
Road trips are fun, especially when you have no plan in place and just drive, drive, and drive until you can’t no more — kind of like “Old Town Road.”
Madison County Schools and Berea Community Schools began the new school year on Wednesday and that means more traffic on the roads during morning and afternoon rush hour.
Although it has felt like summer for the past couple of weeks, it doesn’t officially begin until Friday. For the next three months, the nights will be longer and daylight hours will reign over the Bluegrass.