Will Kentucky Kingdom Ever Be A Thing Again?

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Papaw Beshear says he still isn’t sure whether or not he’s going to screw Ed Hart over Kentucky Kingdom again. [WDRB]

You should read this mess of a letter Jerry Abramson wrote about tax reform. It’d maybe be okay if he wasn’t coughing up buzzwords and spewing out “Beshear” every other breath. [C-J/AKN]

An expected guilty plea by the founder of USA Harvest was delayed Thursday after a defense attorney raised questions about his client’s competence to understand the legal proceedings. [WHAS11]

“How long can the American taxpayers afford to pump $200 million annually into the Kentucky mountains in various forms of welfare aid without achieving any significant improvement in the region’s economy?” Caudill said while testifying to Congress in 1964. “We ask only an investment in our future as part of the nation’s future.” [H-L]

No criminal charges – that’s the decision Thursday from Clark County Prosecutor Steve Stewart in the case of two off-duty Jeffersonville Police officers accused of beating a man inside a restaurant. [WAVE3]

The Kentucky Public Service Commission has accepted a settlement agreed to by all the parties in a rate increase case filed by Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities. [WFPL]

An area school district has heard the concern from parents, students and the community about security. It has been a huge topic in light of the tragedy in Connecticut. [WLKY]

After more than 26 years of attempts to establish a Louisville botanical garden, a lease has been signed for a space across from Waterfront Park. [Business First]

Employees thinking about retiring from Greater Clark County Schools may have an offer they can’t refuse after the board of trustees approved a retirement incentive program. [News & Tribune]

Oh, look, A Kentucky Newspaper has decided to cover what we covered months ago regarding Kentucky Retirement Systems. The paper will probably run a Sunday feature about it and claim it’s breaking news. [C-J/AKN]

2 thoughts on “Will Kentucky Kingdom Ever Be A Thing Again?

  1. There was an attempt to establish an arboretum or conservatory or a big ol’ educational greenhouse for Louisville MORE than 26 yrs. ago. I took my children to a place on Baxter across from Cave Hill Cemetery that contained various & unusual succulents & rare plant forms. I think they were housed among plants & flowers that were for sale. But they hoped to eventually open a dedicated facility to showcase – & expand – the collection. This would have been in the late ’70s, I think.

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