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We believe that shopping locally this holiday season (and year-round) is imperative to maintaining and growing the local economic landscape.
It’s not always a good thing to be at the top of a list.
My God, my God, where has the time gone.
Less funding for schools. No employee pay raises. Service cutbacks for people in need. Construction projects cancelled. Job-creating programs put on hold. Still higher college tuition.
Recently Billy Webb, the husband of our circulation manager and bookkeeper, Renee Webb, dropped off a copy of the November issue of The Kentucky Explorer.
“The best thing about high school was a wonderful teacher named Sister Agatha. Actually, she was much more than a teacher, for whenever I had a problem, I would go to her.”
As I write this, it’s the morning of Election Day. The polls have been open for an hour-and-a-half.
This year between 30 and 40 million Americans will sell a used car. I’m one of them; I just parted with my old car.
(Editor’s note: the following column by Mike Harmon is a response to an accusation made in a letter to the editor that published in this edition. The letter was revised by the author after learning that it contained incorrect information.)
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