February 22, 2013 - 10:17pm
Dignitaries, public officials, and plain old car lovers, are joining together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ford Motor Company’s presence here in Louisville.
Today is Ford Day, out at the Carl Casper Auto Show, at Louisville’s Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center. Dignitaries, public officials, and plain old car lovers, are joining together to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Ford Motor Company’s presence here in Louisville.Kentucky...
July 29, 2012 - 8:02pm
Historic Whiskey Row in downtown Louisville is getting the make-over of a lifetime, and one of its first and biggest attractions will be the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience, slated to open in the fall of 2013.
As Governor Steve Beshear treks across Asia, bearing the gifts of “bourbon-whiskey” from his Old Kentucky Home, it is becoming evident that the spirits industry is thriving, and our home state is at the epicenter. Investors in places as far away as Japan are taking an interest in the...
July 29, 2012 - 8:05pm
"The Cabinet is consumed with a bureaucratic mentality and an institutional incompetence instilled by Cabinet leaders. The Cabinet has become a law unto itself.”
Governor Steve Beshear gave the axe today to Janie Miller, Secretary of Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS). In the official press release announcing the move, Beshear announced that Miller “has resigned her position, effective Feb.
December 12, 2011 - 4:37pm
“The inaugural ceremony is a celebration of what makes our Commonwealth special, and one of the best features of our state is our commitment to the arts. We’ve worked hard to bring together some of the most talented entertainers in Kentucky for this historic event.”
Tomorrow’s inaugural festival down the road in Frankfort promises to provide plenty of free entertainment for folks willing to take a little time off work to make a short trip on Interstate 64 to the Commonwealth’s capital. Kentucky musicians, vocalists and other performers will...
December 9, 2011 - 8:32pm
The Governor has pledged Kentucky’s 59th Inauguration will be economical – thanks to many cost-savings measures – but the all-day celebration will still feature many inaugural customs that have become synonymous with the event over the past 219 years.
During their swearing-in ceremony next Tuesday, December 13, Gov. Beshear and Lt. Gov.-elect Abramson will take Kentucky’s historic oath of office, which still features language regarding duels. The oath of office dates back to 1850 when concern over dueling and deaths that resulted from the...