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I was hired to evaluate the economic impact of the proposed Rhudes Creek solar farm near Cecilia by the project’s developers. My report is part of their application with the Kentucky Public Service Commission’s Siting Board and I came to Elizabethtown to answer related questions at a town ha…

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As at least a fifth-generation farmer, and the fourth generation to own our family farm, I always was taught that farmers are stewards of the land. It’s our job not only to produce the food, but care for the land in terms of not “mining” the nutrients (letting the crops use more nutrients th…

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Returning to my office, a cryptic message awaited. While I had been in a meeting, a woman whose name I recognized stopped by and left something for me at the front desk.

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The Christmas season is a time of joy. Great joy, in fact, if you read the King James Version of Luke’s account of the Messiah’s birth.

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I wish I could convince manufacturing plants to install properly designed tornado shelters. You can’t just take a restroom or a locker room and throw a tornado shelter sign on the wall — that provides no protection against these horrific storms. In my 34 years of structural engineering, I ha…