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Another Example of how Kentucky gets it Wrong!

Looks like the full court press is on from the Left, trying to make an issue of the Minimum Wage before the election. The Liberal press has had several stories in the last couple of days, timed around Labor Day, telling us why raising the minimum is such a great idea. 194 more words

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Labor Day in Leland

Gorgeous coastline, a cute little town, a picturesque river with a waterfall, and Fishtown! Leland’s one you won’t want to miss if you’re up north in the Leelanau Peninsula. 212 more words

Frankfort: A Day in Photos

On Saturday, for the first time this trip, we spent the day in port, and it was a beautiful one.

Despite a forecast of high 60s and rain for much of the day, the clouds lifted by 10 a.m. 302 more words

An Amazing Milestone

We are currently tucked away in our slip in Frankfort, listening to the waves lap against the stern, and I am amazed at what we have accomplished. 419 more words

State House candidates speak at Red, White and Blue Picnic

The problem with covering a political event where more than 20 candidates are speaking is that it’s impossible to give every candidate the coverage we would like in the physical newspaper. 4,451 more words


The First Month In Frankfort

Awhile back I informed you dear readers that I would be moving to Frankfort, Kentucky to join my friend Dylan at the State Journal. Since then, I have moved away from Nebraska, started my position at the State Journal, moved down my girlfriend and taken a lot of photos.  223 more words


Dog Days

I’m sure you’ve all been waiting anxiously to see how our evening turned out – you remember; we went on that beach hike where it was cloudy and windy the whole time only to have the sun pop out as we left for dinner? 319 more words