Something Must Be In The Highlands Water Now

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You can’t even go to a karaoke bar in the Highlands these days without cold getting shot. [FOX41/WDRB/Whatever]

While Louisville is trying to rip people off by combining water and sewer, Lexington is in the process of doing the opposite. [WKYT]

Wait, wait, wait. It gets way better for the Highlands. This guy was arrested after huffing Redi Whip in ValuMarket! [WAVE3]

Ford says that 485,000 Ford Escapes and Mavericks may have problems with its throttles. [NPR]

Major pee alert: Barbara Shanklin’s attorney, Aubrey Williams, wants the ethics complaint against her dismissed. [WHAS11]

Jack Brammer says Kentucky’s budget picture is good except for the coal severance tax fund. Of course, both he and Mary Lassiter completely ignore Kentucky Retirement Systems. [H-L]

An attorney at the center of a case that could open the doors to Kentucky’s juvenile courts spoke out Thursday. In light of that sex abuse case, some are starting to question if those laws protecting juveniles are effective or damaging. [WLKY]

The Louisville Metro Council passed an ordinance changing the city’s long-time landmarks process on a 16-7 vote Thursday night. [WFPL]

Bobby Knight choked this guy and then he died. Okay, so he died like fifteen years later. [HuffPo]

JustFab, a subscription-based Internet retailer that moved its distribution operations to Louisville last year, has raised $76 million to fund international expansion. [Business First]

Seems like there’s another fancy arrangement in Frankfort that’s raising eyebrows over the Kentucky Association of Counties and a state legislator. [Page One]

4 thoughts on “Something Must Be In The Highlands Water Now

  1. Might not have been politically correct, pillow. You know how the Kentucky Newspaper is, don’t you. You know — an Arab committing a crime for the second time. Probably was abused as a child. Might have gone to JCPS. There’s probably lots of reasons in the Ky. Newspaper’s mindlessness that prevented this knowledge == OF THE FACT THE SALEMNIAH [WHATEVER] is a serial criminal.

  2. Salameih. That would be a family/tribal name, and I dont think they would be “arab”. Probably ethnically Syrian (persian) or Palestinian if I had to guess based solely on the name. Just guessing. And there is a difference.

  3. Gil: Your ‘guessing’ is acceptable. One thing’s for sure, though — the guy’s a serial criminal, who is in bad need of a ‘striped suit’ to wear for a reasonably long time. To be toting a gun and shooting it off WHILE awaiting resolution of a prior felony — is a ‘dead marker’ for a guy whose an ‘explosion’ await the ultimate event.

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