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.
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.
"The Cabinet is consumed with a bureaucratic mentality and an institutional incompetence instilled by Cabinet leaders. The Cabinet has become a law unto itself.”
“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.”
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.
A variety of family-friendly activities will be offered, giving participants a chance to show their love for Kentucky history and to welcome the newly sworn in governor and lieutenant governor.
Local news for Nov. 29, 2011
Controversy rocks Possibility City after a supposed government official announces the next face of Louisville. And boy, is it an ugly one.
Plans for the skyscraper have been scrapped.
500 "young democrats" have converged on Louisville for their biennial convention.
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