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I admit it. I just had an awkward moment most never tell anyone else about.
Yard work is not enjoyable on the best of days, at least not for me.
There are simply some things beyond our ability to understand, control or do anything about.
After some 20 years away from his home turf, Rob Thurman returned in 2011 to LaRue County and brought his volunteer spirit with him.
This is a column I thought I would never, ever write: I love our dog.
During an interview a few weeks ago, I saw a poster encouraging, among other behaviors, doing good, being successful, being honest and helping others despite how some might react.
Have you ever attempted to fix a problem and before you’re finished, the situation is actually worse than when you began?
Before you read what I have written below, you should know this: I have stared at a blank screen for about 10 minutes, maybe 11.
When Terry Jackson was attending Western Kentucky University pursuing a degree in sociology, he had his eye on a career as a parole officer.
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