We old-timers couldn't help but harken back to that terrible day-April 3, 1974-when Louisville was hit by a monster F4 twister. I remember it like it was yesterday.
It looks like it may be a repeat of Cain and Abel...
Tornado hits Churchill Downs. Video included of Churchill's morning press conference regarding current damage and racing plans. News just came in that racing will resume Friday with Downs After Dark to run as scheduled.
Local news for June 23, 2011
Damage initially seems to lie through the middle of Jefferson County with Churchill Downs reportedly suffering severe damage to horse barns.
This meeting could just as well be held in City Hall's third floor men's room; nobody is expected to show up to speak. Nobody cares. Few even understand why the Jefferson County Magisterial Districts need to be reapportioned at all.
Mitch McConnell often beats Democrats by bringing guns to knife fights. But this summer he has dynamite. It may not work out.
Local news for June 22, 2011
The sad demise of a once-great newspaper. Not a pretty thing to watch.
Sources are telling Louisville.com that 50 employees have been laid off at the Louisville Courier Journal, in what seems to be a nationwide two percent staff reduction by the Courier's parent company Gannett.
Local news for June 21, 2011
If Mayor Fischer's administration wants to be taken seriously concerning its promise to provide financial transparency for all Louisville's citizens, voters, and taxpayers, then it might be time to put some updated budget information on its web site.