Eight-year-old Harlie Bryant from Beaver Dam is a fighter. She was diagnosed with a rare from of brain cancer in April of 2011. She and her family travel to Cincinnati every three months for routine testing and evaluation. I've only met her once, but I can tell you this, she is a firecracker! And one of her biggest loves and her biggest supporters is the WKU Volleyball team.
Calhoun Harvest Day is this Saturday, October 10th, 10am-3:30pm at Myer Creek Park (off Kentucky 136). FREE ADMISSION! To say is the fun-filled day packed to the brim is an understatement. Check out all the events!
When I was in school, I don't remember a lot of girls crowding the mirrors, and I know I never did. The only thing I checked if I did look in the mirror was my hair. I would get frustrated if there was one hair out of place. I never cared about checking my make-up at school, because I barely wore any. Remember the saying, "school is not a fashion show"? I took the advice to heart.
One middle school in northern Kentucky is changing the conversation on body image and bathroom mirrors, by replacing the mirrors with positive messages.
I grew up watching the Chicago Cubs, Harry Carey, and whichever celebrity would butcher "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" at the seventh inning stretch and the team rarely saw a post season beyond the ivy at Wrigley Field. Yes, there was 2003, when an unsuspecting fan by the name of Steve Bartman reached for a foul ball, bobbled it, and Moises Alou lost out on making a critical catch in the Cubs' series with the eventual World Series champs Florida Marlins. Fast forward to 2015 and one Cubs fan is getting a little leeway on his midterm exam so he can see Chicago take on Pittsburgh this week.
Are you or someone in your household on a gluten-free diet? Then you'll want to return that box of Cheerios and/or Honey Nut Cheerios. General Mills has announced a voluntary recall of 150,000 cases or 1.8 million boxes because they contain wheat flour instead of gluten-free oat flour.
Sunday was pretty cloudy all day so I wasn't sure if the Super Moon, then the Blood Moon would be visible. Up until the lunar eclipse began, there was still a lot of clouds around, but just as Blood Moon came into focus, the sky cleared just enough for me and the rest of the world to snap some pictures.
Who doesn't love Loretta Lynn? She's from Kentucky, she's the first lady of country, she's an icon, etc. etc. Do you remember when she popped up on prime time TV in the early 80's? Let's take a look back.
Ever been to Hell For Certain, Krypton, or Paint Lick? These Kentucky towns have been named as part of a list of "Most Ridiculous Town Names in America" list. Of course, all three of these are classified as "unincorporated" towns. I like to call them communities.
Oh my gosh, this is hilarious! As you recall, in July of last year, Roxianne the Receptionist's daughter Cydney showed me some Kata and we filmed it for posterity. In the nearly 14 months since my first session, Cydney has earned her black belt, yes, she is now legit. As soon as I heard, I thought, "hey, we need to make another video!" This time, we pulled out all the stops, we both wore gis (karate uniforms) and, well, the rest, you'll have to see for yourself. Watch out Hilary Swank!
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