State Sen. David Williams, R-Burkesville, made Northern Kentucky one of the first stops on his statewide bus tour, which kicked off in Louisville Monday morning. State Sen. David Williams, R-Burkesville, made Northern Kentucky one of the first stops on his statewide bus tour, which kicked off in Louisville Monday morning.
Flex Films USA will begin placing its stamp on Kentucky this week. The Elizabethtown operation, owned by Uflex Ltd. based in New Delhi, India, will hold a ground blessing and groundbreaking ceremony at 10 a.m. Friday in Elizabethtown. The company makes polyester chips, specialty films, coated and metallized film, laminates, pouches, holographic films and adhesives used in packaging.
Steve Jobs did his last product launch last March, for the iPad 2. At the close, he stood in front of a huge picture of a sign showing the intersection of streets called Technology and Liberal Arts.
It was a lifelong ideal for Jobs, the same one that had drawn him to make his famous 1979 visit to the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, or Xerox PARC for short. That was where a group of artistically minded researchers had developed the graphical user interface, or GUI, which Apple's developers were to incorporate into the Lisa and the Macintosh a few years later.
"Oakland police arrested dozens of people at a plaza outside City Hall and at a second, smaller camp nearby early this morning, two weeks after the protesters launched efforts as part of the nationwide Occupy Wall Street movement against corporate greed and economic inequality," The San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Even miles away from home, teacher Andrea Meyer still is a presence in her Elizabethtown classroom. Lt. Col. Meyer of the U.S. Army Reserve, a special education teacher at Lincoln Trail Elementary School, has been deployed to Kuwait for 400 days, but still is keeping tabs on her students by Skype, an online video call service, like she did on Monday. Her school, in return, will be working on a service project for the entirety of her deployment.
As expected, Ellis Park won approval on Monday to expand its gambling offerings by adding electronic Instant Racing machines. The Kentucky Horse Racing Commission approved the track's request to become the second track in the state to offer the machines.
Gov. Steve Beshear today will unveil the new Interstate 69 shields that will appear on portions of the Western Kentucky Parkway and I-24 from near Madisonville to near Paducah. The unveiling will take place at a ceremony beginning at 12:30 p.m. CDT at Southside Elementary School at Nortonville, located on U.S. 41-Alternate south of Dawson Springs.
A Fayette Circuit Court jury ruled Monday that Lexington's Cambridge Place Nursing Home should pay more than $1 million in damages to a resident who fell and was found severely injured in an equipment storage room.
Part pickup basketball game. Part trade show. Light-hearted fun. An old psychic wound re-opened. That's what Monday's charity game at Rupp Arena — won by the Villains over the Big Blue All-Stars 152-149 in overtime — felt like.