Our nominee for greatest Irish ballad is “Mother Machree,” written in 1910 by Chauncey Olcott and Ernest R. Ball, with lyrics by Rida Johnson Young. If, after a couple of Bushmills, this tune fails to bring a tear to your eye, you are not a true son of Erin.
All girls who have lost so much in the March 2 tornadoes can come to the Clark County 4H Fairgrounds located in Charlestown, Indiana, and get a prom dress to wear on their special prom night. Huge selection of dresses have been donated for this cause.
Plutarch tells us that Caesar was stabbed in the forum; although he does not explain how a wound in that area could have been fatal. There is reason to believe that Caesar was also wounded in the fracas.
The Kentucky legislature is taking a close look at the death penalty.
Southern Indiana Animal Rescue needs supplies for livestock and other animals impacted by the March 2 tornadoes. Volunteer help is always needed to put up fencing for livestock in areas struck by the tornadoes.
Yes, the Republican Presidential Primary comes to Kentucky a bit later than the fanfare, but could it actually make some small difference?
The reason Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 is because its first 3 digits are 3.14 (Pi = 3.1415926535...) March 14 also happens to be Albert Einstein's birthday.
After reviewing the initial applications, the company will contact the applicants considered most qualified for further testing and interviews. Starting pay for the new positions will be $13.03 an hour plus benefits, including healthcare and retirement savings.
American Speed was this year’s recipient of the prestigious Club Award for its outstanding work in promoting automotive customization.
The days are getting longer, but Bernheim Forest encourages you to stay up past your later bedtime for its monthly "Sky Watch Nights," which offer something for star-gazers of all ages.
This is to make sure that guys who got drunk on Saturday night will feel perfectly miserable the next day in church, even if they get there on time.
The Clark State Forestry in Southern Indiana closes horse trails located on the northern end of the property due to the March 2 extensive tornado damage. Deams Lake State Recreational Area says the horse trails in that area of the forestry were spared and are open to trailriders.