The weekend was very interesting with the cars in my life. Caddy has a little trouble outside of Crossville Tennessee and I have to get it towed and repaired. The thing about that is that I was still two hours away from where I was going and three hours away from Owensboro. Tight spot. So [...]
Connections? Are there connections between the handful of women who are reported missing in the tristate? That's the question that the experts have been asking all week. That's the question that people like me are asking. And that's precisely why I have spent the week pouring over the details, police reports, news accounts and Facebook feeds of the tristate women who have vanished, without a trace, over the last four years. Yesterday, I posted a blog in which I tried to connect the dots between these women. And, apparently, I am not the only person paying to attention to those dots. I have received many emails and messages about my article from folks and observers just as concerned, bewildered and intrigued as I am. And some responders have provided me with additional information that adds to the storylines. For instance, there is another missing woman who truly fits the alleged victim profile and there are details in some of the other cases that give them even stronger connections to their missing counterparts.
The weekend was very interesting with the cars in my life. Caddy has a little trouble outside of Crossville Tennessee and I have to get it towed and repaired. The thing about that is that I was still two hours away from where I was going and three hours away from Owensboro
New Beginnings Sexual Assault Support Services is a 24 hour crisis center to the seven-county GRADD area. They also provide free counseling for any survivor of sexual violence including child sexual abuse and free educational prevention programs for all ages.
New Beginnings is in search of volunteers. You could be the source of strength for a sexual assault victim in need. They are looking for help with a range of duties to assist both the victims and the organization. No experience is necessary, but they will provide all the training needed.
Women are missing. Rumors are flying. And people in the tristate, particularly women, are scared. When Kristy Kelley of Boonville was reported missing Friday, August 15th, it seemed, at first, an isolated incident. However, as more and more reports surface we are now becoming aware that there are several women missing from Southern Indiana, Western Kentucky and Southern Illinois and it seems, just maybe, there are common threads between them. Is it possible that the tristate is home to some sort of serial abductor? Do these women truly share common traits and were they chosen targets of some thief in the night? I have spent the last couple of nights combing through police reports, news accounts and Facebook sites dedicated to each woman and I have found what I consider to be some disturbing similarities.
I always love it when talk show hosts are accosted by wild animals. Nothing is funnier than a giant bird flapping the fake hair off someone who is trying to keep it together. On Saturday night, you can get up close and personal with one of TV's hottest animal handlers. And, starting today, you can get your tickets for 60% off with Seize the Deal!
Some 2,000 years ago, the Dragon Boat races began to honor the memory of ancient Chinese poet Qu Yuan. According to legend, the people of Chu, who love Yuan, rushed to the river to rescue him and they rowed boats and they beat drums to scare away the fish. Now, this tradition continues around the world, and for the fourth year, the Owensboro Dragon Boat Festival is ready to row.
Jeff Musial "The Animal Guy" and his animal entourage has performed all over the country and on several late-night shows, but this Saturday, he'll be in Evansville! You can catch this fun show at the Old National Events Plaza, August 23rd at 2pm.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Jeff about his show and some funny animal stories... check it out!
This was taken my junior year of high school with my sophomore prom date Caroline Shively. My things have changed since this photo was taken back in 1988. As a matter of fact, my alma mater, Daviess County High School has established some brand new rules about its high school dances and parents, some of whom are former classmates of mine, are not happy about them at all.
Chris Buescher isn't known as a road course racer but he was at the right place at the right time on Saturday afternoon and picked up a win at the Nationwide Children's Hospital 200 at Mid-Ohio Motor Sports Park
Jeff Gordon started at the front of the field at the Pure Michigan 400 and that's where the 24 car ended the race, taking the checkered flag for the 3rd time this season. Gordon took the lead for good with 20 laps to go holding off Kevin Harvick and Joey Logano
We've all seen the videos by now... millions of people dumping buckets of ice water on their heads, participating in the Ice Bucket Challenge. I'm sure that some of you have too. ALS is a nasty disease. If you've never been affected by it, consider yourself lucky. My friend Amy's Dad passed away from ALS and she challenged Chad and myself to help spread awareness about ALS. Without blinking, I accepted for both of us naturally, ha!
So, without further ado... this one's for you Larry!
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