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When Making Books Was As Much Of An Art As Writing Them.

The Larkspur Press in Kentucky is two years behind schedule, with no plans to catch up. Printer Gray Zeitz sets each letter of the book by hand and then prints on a press from the early 1900s.

- NPR - US

Rand Paul's Wife Speaks Out on 'Blindside Attack' on Husband.

The wife of U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says her husband hasn't taken a single breath without pain since what she calls "a deliberate, blindside attack" by a Kentucky neighbor earlier this month.   Authorities say the Republican was attacked Nov. 3 by Rene Boucher while mowing his lawn. Kelley Paul writes in an essay published by ...

- Voice of America - US

Rand Paul's wife says they had not spoken to Kentucky neighbour in 10 years before attack.

The wife of U.S. Sen. Rand Paul says her husband hasn't taken a single breath without pain since what she calls "a deliberate, blindside attack" by a Kentucky neighbour.

- Global News - CA

The Rand Paul Attack Isn't Getting Any Less Weird.

When Rand Paul was allegedly tackled by a neighbor Nov. 3 in Kentucky, suffering six broken ribs, it was the worst beating of a sitting senator since 1856, GQ reports. And yet we still haven't gotten a definitive explanation for the attack. "What gives? What really happened? How do we...

- Newser - US

Rand Paul's wife speaks out on 'blindside attack' on husband.

Kelley Paul, the wife of U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, says her husband hasn't taken a single breath without pain since what she calls "a deliberate, blindside attack" by a Kentucky neighbor earlier this month. Authorities say the Republican was attacked Nov. 3 by Rene Boucher while mowing his lawn. Kelley...

- Baltimoresun.com - US

Drunken ex-cop shoots Kentucky telephone tech on service call at his home.

A retired Kentucky police officer was arrested after shooting a utility worker on a service call at his home. Police said 75-year-old William Calvert shot and wounded the telephone company technician just before 3 p.m. Monday at his Scottsville home, reported WSMV-TV. It's not clear what led t...

- The Raw Story - US

Tour Kentucky's Wild Turkey distillery.

Go behind the scenes at one of America's most famous bourbon makers, Wild Turkey in Lawrenceburg, Ky.        

- USA TODAY - US

Police Assault on Black Students in Kentucky Sparks Calls for Reform.

Police in schools criminalize students and don't make anyone safer. They've got to go. Families in Louisville, Kentucky, are rightly calling for an end to police in schools following the recent assault on two Black students perpetrated by law enforcement at a local high school that was caught on camera. Before the video ...

- ACLU - US

Toyota tells Kentucky plant workers: Cut costs or face an uncertain future.

Filed under: Plants/Manufacturing,Toyota The company says it can make more money selling a Japanese-built Camry than a U.S. one.Continue reading Toyota tells Kentucky plant workers: Cut costs or face an uncertain future Toyota tells Kentucky plant workers: Cut costs or face an uncertain future originally appeared on ...

- Autoblog - US

In Kentucky, Transparent Pie Is Clearly A Thanksgiving Winner.

A Bluegrass State specialty, this well-loved, sugary dessert is one of the most basic to make — and maybe that's part of what has made it so popular for so many years.

- NPR - US

Toyota to U.S. workers: Made-in-Japan Camrys are more profitable.

Toyota Motor Corp. issued an unsettling warning to Kentucky workers building its top-selling Camry sedan: Cut costs now or face an uncertain future.The automaker can ...

- The Japan Times - JP

Toyota puts U.S. workers on alert: Made-in-Japan Camrys cheaper

Toyota issued an unsettling warning to Kentucky workers building its top-selling Camry sedan: Cut costs now or face an uncertain future.

- Automotive News - US

Rand Paul's neighbor may have attacked him because he cut his grass too short

It has been 17 days since Sen. Rand Paul was tackled by his neighbor, Rene Boucher, in an incident that has upset the peaceful gated community of Rivergreen in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Paul reportedly sustained five broken ribs after Boucher ran him down while he was mowing his lawn. What prompted Boucher's attack is still ...

- The Week - US

Toyota to US workers: Made-in-Japan Camrys more profitable

CHICAGO, Nov 21 — Toyota Motor Corp issued an unsettling warning to Kentucky workers building its top-selling Camry sedan: Cut costs now or face an uncertain future. The automaker can build a Camry in Japan, ship it all the way to Kentucky and...

- The Malay Mail - MY

Donald Jr. Met With Russian Ex-Banker Accused Of Money Laundering

Aleksander Torshin, a former Russian parliamentarian and banking official accused of laundering money for organized crime by Spanish authorities last year, met with Donald Trump, Jr. according to a new report by CBS.The younger Donald met with Torshin for only a few minutes at an NRA event in 2016, according to the ...

- TPM News - US

New group offers support for veterans in Kentucky

War Horses for Veterans is an all-expense paid experience, which provides equine therapy and an opportunity to bond with other veterans.

- Stars and Stripes - US

'We are the minority and society doesn't care': The marriage between toxic waste and prisons

When the Department of Justice proposed earlier this year to cancel the $444 million set aside for a new federal prison in Letcher County, Kentucky, the nascent prison ecology movement , which views penal reform through an ecological lens , hailed it as a victory. I took it as a huge compliment to us that

- ThinkProgress - US

Can journalists ever regain Americans' trust?

A special dispatch from Bowling Green, Kentucky, investigating the crisis of confidence in the media

- Financial Times - US

Kentucky city moving 2 Confederate statues to its cemetery

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky's second-largest city is moving two Confederate statues to the Lexington Cemetery.

- Billings Gazette - US

Can journalists ever regain Americans' trust?

FT US news editor Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson goes to Bowling Green, Kentucky to investigate the crisis of confidence in the age of fake news

- Financial Times - US

Tobacco Companies Commit to Protect Child Workers Worldwide

Expand A 16-year-old worker harvests tobacco on a farm in Kentucky. © 2013 Marcus Bleasdale/VII for Human Rights Watch Working on child labor, it often feels like there isn't much good news. So when I learned recently about a new policy that could potentially protect millions of children from dangerous work on tobacco ...

- Human Rights Watch - US

Kentucky governor seeks redo of teacher pension analysis

- Education Week - US

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