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Partners on Lime

I’m sure by now you’ve heard that something new is going into the old Merit Furniture place on Limestone. You may have even heard that it is going to be a tasty partnership between Rooster Brewing from downtown Paris and the consistently delicious Gastro Gnomes food truck. 895 more words

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Economic Baseline

I just returned from a hectic several days in NYC.  I have to tell you, the vibrancy of the Big Apple never ceases to amaze me.  384 more words


Reclaiming The Grandeur of Clay’s Estate

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Thirty years after Henry Clay’s death, after the ravages of time, war, and use by the state college had taken their toll on the 324-acre Ashland estate, granddaughter Anne Clay McDowell returned to the family’s hallowed grounds.  1,247 more words


The Origins of Kentucky University and The Kentucky A&M …and How They Came to Ashland

Founder and Regent of Kentucky University, John Bryan Bowman (1824-1891) held a lofty vision for higher education in Kentucky and was devoted to the ideal of egalitarian education, proclaiming, “I want to build up a People’s Institution, a great university eventually accessible to the poorest boy in all the land…” 992 more words


An Early Christmas at Ashland


While Henry Clay had not been home for many Christmases at Ashland due to Congress being in session, once James and Susan Clay come to Ashland in the 1850s, we begin to get details of how Christmas was celebrated at the estate. 604 more words


Rejection, Acceptance, & Guilt

These 3 words are what I have found to be what people struggle with the most. A lot of our actions can be motivated by the perceived rejection of others, the failure to accept ourselves as well as our needs, and the burden of guilt which is usually not even ours to hold on to. 83 more words

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Ashland's Glorious Ginkgo Trees

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Of the many hundreds of trees at Ashland today, the ginkgo biloba trees that stand so majestically in Ashland’s front lawn are treasured examples of the ancient and unusual species.  346 more words