Monthly Archives: January 2018

Two Students Killed in Kentucky High School Shooting

As students were milling about in the commons area before classes began at Marshall County High School last Tuesday, a 15-year old classmate entered with a handgun and methodically opened fire, killing two and injuring 18. One child, 15-year old … Continue reading

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Trump’s 1-Year Anniversary Celebrated with Government Shutdown

As the holidays passed with relative peace in Trumptown, it was thought the country might ease into the New Year leading up to the administration’s one year anniversary on Jan. 20. We all could have used a lengthy break from … Continue reading

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U2 Delivers Top Concert for 2017 in Kentucky

In a close competition, Irish band U2 edged out Roger Waters as the top 2017 concert in Kentucky. Both artists share distinguished histories of political commentary and used their stages as platforms to spotlight current world disorder, raising these two … Continue reading

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Crawfish Pie Spices Up Monday Dinner

Anyone out there ever have an item that keeps hanging around in the refrigerator or freezer just screaming to get used up, but don’t have a great idea what to do with it? I had a single pie crust lingering … Continue reading

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Southern Rebel Tom Petty Passes Away into the Great Wide Open

Several prominent musical legends passed away in 2017. Of note were Gregg Allman, Walter Becker, Chuck Berry, Glenn Campbell, Chris Cornell, and Fats Domino – but it was losing Tom Petty that hit closest to my heart. Petty, the highway … Continue reading

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From Affleck to Weinstein, Floodgates open in 2017 for Victims of Sexual Harassment

As 2017 has now exited let us all take a group exhale and attempt to relax as we bid farewell to this tumultuous year. Unfortunately, unlike a bad hangover, the nation can’t simply slam a bottle of Pedialyte and hope … Continue reading

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Roll Tide is Heard Once Again Across the Land

The Alabama Crimson Tide came back from a 13-0 halftime deficit to defeat the Georgia Bulldogs in overtime 26-23, winning a 5th college football national championship in nine years under Coach Nick Saban. If anything is known about a Saban-coached … Continue reading

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