Louisville’s mayor says it’s been a tough year for the city – and he expects 2009 may be even tougher. Louisville was hit by one of the worst snowfalls in decades early in the year, and later experienced the largest power outage in its history, caused by a windstorm on the eve of the Ryder… Continue reading 2008 a Challenging Year for Louisville
I love words, the turn of a perfect phrase, when one word sums up a situation so perfectly there is no need to say anything else. But sometimes I have a love/hate relationship with words, especially when they are over used, misused or just plain wrong. In our time of 24 hour news coverage, a… Continue reading What's Your 2008 Word of the Year?
Kentucky voters followed pre-election polls, keeping Mitch McConnell in office and elected four Republicans and two Democrats to Congress. Now all of them must tackle the challenges facing the nation and the commonwealth.
When Republican Senator Mitch McConnell goes back to Washington to represent Kentucky, he will face new challenges within his party.
Third District Congressman John Yarmuth has won re-election. He beat former Representative Anne Northup by nearly 19 points.
Mitch McConnell won his bid for re-election, but his challenger Bruce Lunsford says he’s counting on the senator to reconsider his positions on many issues.
With election day nearing, the Kentucky Secretary of State’s office says rumors about voting procedure have been running rampant.
What started as an uphill battle by a Louisville businessman to unseat one of the highest-ranking Senators in Washington has turned into the state’s most-watched race. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is trying to fend off a challenge from Democrat Bruce Lunsford.
Yesterday vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin visited Jeffersonville on behalf of running mate John McCain. Her rally drew thousands of supporters, including Rodney Redden of New Albany, who said he’s worried about the credit crisis.
With polls indicating a close presidential race in Indiana, Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Sarah Palin will once again visit the Hoosier state Wendesday.