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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.)
Traditionally, Labor Day is the start of the general election.
It’s almost over! The election is less than a week away and after that the states will finally go back to a regular color, at least something other than red, blue and neutral.
Spring slips in with trickles of violet and pink around the edges of winter, a flute’s trill in the morning, teasing and fickle.
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