Stories about people, places, events, and so on. Factual, but written in a story-telling style.
Berry, Melinda, and the Beefeater Members Subscribers Public
While watching Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, Berry Craig reflects on the Beefeater he and Melinda got to know on a trip to London. A really cool story!
Chuck Eddy: “I was once a Republican. Now I’m running as a Democrat. Here’s why.” Members Subscribers Public
State Senate candidate Chuck Eddy tells why he is running as a Dem this time, and what he thinks of his former party.
Ausbrooks is a winner, no matter how the votes go Members Subscribers Public
Jimmy Ausbrooks is running for Congress in CD 1, facing Jamie Comer. It’s a long-shot campaign, but Ausbrooks is already a winner.
Kentuckians demand control over their bodies as doctors navigate abortion law gray areas Members Subscribers Public
Now that Kentucky’s trigger law is in effect, what are women doing about it? Many are choosing to maintain control of their bodies by making serious healthcare decisions.
‘Pain and hurt’ over LGBTQ issues pushed KY Teacher of the Year from small-town classroom Members Subscribers Public
Less than a year after being named KY Teacher of the Year, Willie Carver walked away from the profession he loved.
The White House responds to GOP whining over student loan cancellation with reminders Members Subscribers Public
The GOP is complaining all over Twitter about forgiving student debt. In response, the White House brings out the receipts.
Wondering what happened to Dems in western Kentucky? Read this book to find out. Members Subscribers Public
If you’ve heard people refer to western Kentucky as “what used to be Democrats’ Rock” and wondered what happened, here’s a book just for you.
‘They have no way to get out until the bridges are rebuilt’ Members Subscribers Public
An update on the trip to EKY by Jeff Wiggins and Jerald Adkins to see how unions can help.