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By Marty Rosen  On a sunny autumn day – when the Kentucky air is as crisp as a ripe apple and children are scampering around the grounds of Old Fort Harrod State...
By Kathy Witt Ever since its founding in 1798 by a Revolutionary War colonel – and even before – Richmond, Kentucky, has been a town busy making history. Follo...
If you’re a fan of fine jewelry, toy soldiers, horses, vintage fire trucks or country music, you’ll find museums and exhibitions in Kentucky dedicated to these a...
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For the Shakers, Christmas was a day of reconciliation, forgiveness and charity. It was a time for giving and forgiving. The Shakers were conscious of their duty to those less...
By Kathy Witt Hopkins County in western Kentucky has had a rough-and-tumble streak since its founding more than 200 years ago in 1806. Its early settlers were Revolu...
By Kathy Witt   History will cast its shadow on Hopkinsville on Monday, Aug. 21, 2107, when a total eclipse of the sun plunges this western Kentucky town into darkness....
Before Las Vegas, there was Newport, Kentucky. In the 1920s and 1930s, the mob ruled the streets of many Northern Kentucky towns, making millions in casinos, bootlegg...
Outdoorsman and folk hero Daniel Boone is far better known than the national forest named after him.That is part of what makes Kentucky’s Daniel Boone National Forest so...
By Kathy Witt For amateur jewelry artists who’ve already created a wardrobe of beaded jewelry and yearn for a class that will challenge their skills and creative auda...
By Marty Rosen Last spring, Trish Epperson found herself with an acute case of “Foster Fever.” It’s a condition known to affect anyone who has ever taken ...
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