By LISA BICKNELL CV&T Editor Last Wednesday night, members of five Trail Town committees met to discuss and plan the next steps toward Irvine/Ravenna becoming certified Kentucky Trail Towns. A lot of planning and paperwork go into completing the application packet. Joy Brown, chair of Morehead Trail Town’s task force, said Morehead worked for two […]
By Jerry Eltzroth CV&T Guest Columnist With keen interest I have watched all the news reports of the Confederate battle flag being removed from public arenas. For every one removed it seems as though hundreds more pop up on private property in protest. The Kentucky Fair officials and Kentucky State Parks have taken stands to […]
By KALEIGH UNDERWOOD CV&T Reporter I have noticed recently that tattoos are becoming more prevalent in the workplace. From restaurants, to grocery stores, to even retail establishments, I am seeing more and more exposed ink. I guess the old rules of coverage no longer apply. Even while spending time at the public pool recently, I […]
By H.B. Elkins CV&T Guest Columnist Donald Trump is not going to be the Republican nominee for president. That’s all but certain. But his presence in the GOP primary is certainly making things interesting. Trump’s entry into the race has energized much of the party’s base of conservative voters, who are tired of the party’s […]
By LISA BICKNELL CV&T Editor Instead of participating in a Farm Fresh Friday event like last year, some local restaurants are buying from local gardeners to incorporate locally grown vegetables into their menu all this week. The Mexican restaurant bought a sizable amount of produce early in the week and will be serving some […]
By KALEIGH UNDERWOOD CV&T INTERN As you read this you should know this is all personal experience and from advice given to me from an exterminator. It may not be what you are told to do, so take with a grain of salt. With the recent news of the bed bug infestation in the jail, […]
REMEMBER THE ALAMO!! REMEMBER THE KY RIVER LOCKS AND DAMS! Remember how we as united citizens, regardless of our politics, fought the issues of raising the locks and dams along the Ky river?
As I explained in my previous article about my Vietnam experience, the 66th Engineers (Topo) was responsible for producing intelligence laden topographic maps and mosaics for our brethren in the field who were engaged in hard combat.
By KaLeigh Underwood CV&T Intern Ancestry.com is a website that has always intrigued me. But I was very hesitant to subscribe for a variety of reasons. I was afraid the user interface would be too difficult for me to understand and master to use the program to its best ability. And I figured that my […]
By LISA BICKNELL CV&T Editor Three public meetings are being held to gather input from citizens around the state as state officials continue working to update regulations for the oil and gas industry, in particular the “unconventional” methods of deep-well hydraulic fracturing. The first permit in Kentucky to allow for the controversial and relatively new […]