It's unlikely a person's vision will be as accurate at 60 as it is at 16, but the state of Kentucky doesn't consider that when renewing residents' driver's licenses. Kentucky requires a vision exam for drivers in three cases: when a person first applies for a permit, when he or she is transferring from another state with an expired license, or when the driver is transferring from another country, according to Ryan Watts, executive director of the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Already a polarizing figure, John Calipari turns the love-hate to full volume with his return to Memphis this weekend when the University of Kentucky Wildcats play the UCLA Bruins. The hard feelings are still rock hard among some who still scorn the coach for leaving Memphis for Kentucky in 2009.
Heading to Churchill Downs for Kentucky Derby 2017? The time to plan, if you haven't already, is now. From tickets to transportation to lodging, here's the scoop on getting ready for the 143rd Run for the Roses.
The Ballard Co. Conservation District will be giving away Free Tree Seedlings on Thursday, March 30, 2017 to Ballard Co. residents. We will have Loblolly Pine, Tulip Poplar, and River Birch. We will be giving them away at 1156 Ky. Ave. Kevil starting at 8 am through 3:30 pm. If you have any questions, please call 270-462-8561.