As Travis Jeter came into the courtroom Tuesday afternoon, one short step at a time with shackles around his ankles and his hands cuffed, Joyce Perry sat on the front row about 30 feet away from the man who haunts her days and nights.
It’s always an adventure when shoppers go to a flea market or antique store because they never know what they might find. Aisles upon aisles of potential treasures fill tables and shelves as shoppers comb to see what jumps out at them.
It was just such a place in Lexington that a treasure of historical value to Hardin County was found.
At T.K. Stone Middle School Satruday, girls proved math and science was for them at a SciGirls event sponsored by Elizabethtown Independent Schools. The event coincidentally fell on the same day as Pi Day.
Radcliff City Council unanimously passed a resolution Friday authorizing Mayor Mike Weaver to sign an agreement with developers responsible for the proposed $62 million retail project at the city’s southern end, though not without hesitation.
Terry Bailey is about 4.9 by 2.4 inches short of a miracle.
For almost three years now, he has lived every day like anyone else, except during the eight to 10 hours in the week when he envies almost everyone because they have two of the thing he lacks: a kidney.