Christmas

Frankfort Christmas Tree To Be Lit Saturday

by Tony McVeigh on November 29, 2010

In Frankfort, the state Christmas tree is going up in front of the Kentucky State Capitol.

The tree will be lit Saturday night. Workers have started stringing lights on the 28-foot Norway spruce, donated by Tom and Marilyn Grissom of Frankfort. The tree, capped by a giant star, sits at street level, in front of the Capitol steps. Troy Perry of the Frankfort Plant Board is helping get it ready.

“It’s just tedious, having to go out and back every limb,” said Perry. “It’s just a tedious process, but it’s not too bad. And it gets you in the spirit!”

Governor and First Lady Beshear will light the tree Saturday night after leading the annual Frankfort Jaycees Christmas Parade down Capitol Avenue.

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Deadlines Approaching For Mailing Holiday Packages To Military

by Rick Howlett November 27, 2009

From WFPL’s Haley Hart The US Postal Service says deadlines are approaching to ensure that holiday letters and packages reach oversees military personnel on time. All Christmas-related mail going to the Middle East, including Iraq and Afghanistan, must be postmarked by December 4th, using First Class or Priority Mail. Mail going to any other military […]

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Wayside Expects Large Holiday Crowd

by Gabe Bullard December 23, 2008

The Wayside Christian Mission in Louisville is in need of funds and food for the holidays.

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Bitter Cold Air Won't Mean White Christmas

by scrosby December 22, 2008

The Louisville area is in the throes of a severe cold snap, but forecasters say it will be over soon. Much of Kentucky and Indiana was under a wind chill advisory this morning, but temperatures should be warming up soon. National Weather Service in Louisville forecaster Marilyn Scholz says temperatures will rise gradually tomorrow, with […]

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