Fate takes over
The plan was in place. Last Saturday was my day to clean, organize and, in general, get my house back in order. And the plan would have been perfect except for one tiny thing: There was no water when I got up.
Whatever happened to the shoelace kid?
The tavern had closed at midnight. The last three patrons were standing outside on the sidewalk, trying to decide whether to call it a night or find another place selling adult beverages at that hour.
Tim Preston: Andy's, so-good soup, TV and local connections: 2/2/14
There wasn’t a bite to eat in our house (at least the way I tell the story) when the last big snow storm hit last weekend.
RONNIE ELLIS: Games have begun in Frankfort
Weekly state political column from CNHI statehouse reporter Ronnie Ellis.
Looking issues in the face
Hide-and-seek isn’t just for kids, and the older we get, the more this fact seems to reveal itself.
John Cannon: Wrong place for 4-wheeling: 1/29/14
Although I have never done it and probably never will, I have always thought four-wheeling would be a lot of fun.
All I want is a cave
I understand why bears hibernate. I’d do it too if I could. Because I keep the bedroom door shut during the day to keep the newest dog out, it’s pretty chilly when I go to bed. But I have developed a routine for these cold, cold nights.
Twist of fate can change a life forever
The old man quietly surveyed his surroundings as his mind carried him back 71 years to World War II and his first trip to Kentucky.
Tim Preston: Secrets, steaks, radio and refrigeration: 1/26/14
I’ve promised I won’t say too much about it until everything is ready to go, but I do have permission to say there is some “top secret” work going on in old downtown Ashland building I’m rather excited abou
01/26/2013 — Lee Ward: Keeping warm may not be fashionable, but who cares?
The Farmer’s Almanac was right. I read about the weather last fall when I got a copy and it predicted little precipitation this winter but unusually low temperatures.
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