Posted: 10:31 AM Kentucky Outdoor Adventure
Posted: 10:31 AM Kentucky Outdoor Adventure
Posted: 10:01 AM Well the Derby is over……..good time of the year for us as Kentuckians to promote our wares.
Posted: 4:37 PM Did you know that there are many other events on Derby day that are not in Louisville?
Posted: 12:08 PM I hope you guys were able to get out of the house for a little spring break and not break the bank.
Posted: 12:03 PM In Kentucky we are so lucky to have a spring, (FINALLY) that includes Keeneland, State Parks,
Posted: 11:55 AM There is still a lot to do in Kentucky during the NCAA Tournament.
Updated: 8:10 AM The Market is one of the only state-sponsored shows of its kind to showcase traditional and contemporary fine art and craft along with Kentucky-related books, musical recordings, films and specialty food products.
Posted: 1:38 PM Look below for a great family event. Fitness, fun and family all at a state park!
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Posted: 2:49 PM State parks provide a great place for a getaway weekend along with excellent food, entertainment, natural beauty and scenery.
Updated: 11:03 AM The 2013 Official Kentucky Visitors Guide has arrived.
Updated: 3:59 PM A special thanks to those who promote Kentucky travel.
Posted: 10:45 AM The state provides many opportunities to start a holiday tradition.
Posted: 10:55 AM A message of thanks to the people who make our holidays special.
Posted: 2:19 PM Check out the link to Kentucky’s State Parks. Way too many events during the Holiday’s to list, so I have made this link for you guys!
Posted: 2:46 PM The Thanksgiving Day buffet will be served Nov. 22, 2012, at all 17 resort park restaurants, a tradition for the parks and many families across Kentucky.
Posted: 11:19 AM This weekend I am going to be enjoying one of history’s most interesting times; for me anyway.
Posted: 3:46 PM “It’s the happiest time of the year” or so the holiday tune goes……….I THINK?
Posted: 11:10 AM Hang on Folks got a bunch to get too! Been a busy last couple of weekends and still have lots to do. Hey I have received a few tickets and t-shirts from some of Kentucky’s better known stops. Want some?
Updated: 3:18 PM Last week we took in the Millville Hillbilly Daze event in Woodford County and this weekend we drove to Owen Co. for Sweet Owen Day in Owenton.
Posted: 11:55 AM This past weekend the family visited Millville Hillbilly DAZE!
Posted: 9:35 AM This past weekend the family visited Millville Hillbilly DAZE! Fun and delicious burgoo and a throwback to community togetherness for sure. Great crowds at the Kentucky BBQ festival in Danville, and the civil war reenactments in southern Kentucky as well.
Posted: 1:20 PM Kentucky is known for its fall festivals and our climate is great for attracting crowds even late into November.
Posted: 9:09 AM The state fair gets going this week. So of course rain, heat and fried everything including butter, yes, fried butter will be on the menu. Remember the old days when ...
Posted: 2:17 PM I was thinking the other day about all of the places I have travelled to.
4 mins ago - Governor Steve Beshear has ordered flags at all state office buildings to be lowered to half-staff as a show of respect for the victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes.
Posted: 3:57 PM - Some officers with Kentucky's Fraternal Order of Police have plans to help out their fellow first-responders in Moore, Oklahoma who are busy cleaning up tornado damage.
Posted: 3:10 PM - The planned expansion of Kentucky's Medicaid program coupled with a push to help the uninsured obtain health coverage will worsen the state's shortage of physicians.
Updated: 3:02 PM - Yamamoto Japanese Grill reopens after passing reinspection from Health Department.
Posted: 1:41 PM - State officials have cited an American Legion post in eastern Kentucky on gambling and alcohol charges.
Posted: 1:29 PM - A state report shows the number of coal jobs in Kentucky has dwindled to its lowest point since 1950.
Updated: 2:04 PM - It's a terrifying discovery, a woman says she woke up to find a man with a knife in her bedroom.
Posted: 12:45 PM - The Oklahoma Insurance Department says a preliminary estimate suggests the cost of the tornado that hit the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore could be more than $2 billion.
Posted: 11:03 AM - Residents of Moore, Okla., are returning to homes left in pieces by Monday's tornado.
Updated: 11:43 AM - The shooting incident early Wednesday took place in Orlando, where an FBI agent along with other law enforcement personnel were interviewing the man.