Gallup and Healthways have released their annual look at Americans' well-being, the "State of American Well-Being: 2013 State, Community and Congressional District Analysis." Kentucky's not in the top 10.
Kentucky law allows candidates for office to put their nicknames on the ballot. Here are some of the more interesting names, culled from the more than 5,700 people who filed to run for local office this year.
16 April 2014
5 p.m.: Grawemeyer Award winner Diane Ravitch talks about U.S. schools. U of L
12 April 2014
8:30 a.m.: Society of Women Engineers: Energy Summit, w/Len Peters. Spindletop
The Commonwealth's Journal
on Public Affairs, Government & Politics
Thursday, April 1 – state Rep. Denny Butler, 44; Friday, April 4 – state Rep. Mike Denham, 64; Thursday, April 10 – state Rep. David Watkins, 71; Friday, April 11 – state Rep. Bart Rowland, 37; Saturday, April 12 – state Rep. Brandon Spencer, 39
Kentucky Legislative Research Commission
and Mary Alford, Owenton