As a young boy growing up in Hardin County, Memorial Day was one of the holidays I remember very well. As a member of the Boy Scouts, I was honored to take part in the annual Memorial Day parade in Elizabethtown. I can remember as though it were yesterday, proudly marching in the parade to honor “my heroes.” As a result, Memorial Day has always been very spec
ELIZABETHTOWN – The re-trial of Michael St. Clair for the 1991 kidnapping of Frank Brady is set to begin today with jury selection, but some close to the case feel there’s little to be gained, even in conviction.
St. Clair already is on Kentucky’s death row for Brady’s shooting death and is serving multiple life sentences without parole for murder convictions in Oklahoma.
When the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services released its first quarter Kentucky Children’s Health Insurance Program — KCHIP — enrollment numbers, I was excited to see that more than 1,100 children have been enrolled in KCHIP this year. We know that more children can receive the medical attention they need regardless of their economic situation. However,
FORT KNOX — For a few hours this weekend, Fort Knox was host to a battle, with the area surrounding the Patton Museum serving as the war zone.
Re-enactors gathered in droves at the museum Saturday and Sunday, dressed head-to-toe in wartime regalia from most of America’s conflicts and weaponry, equipment and vehicles from these eras lay sprawled across the property.