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Roark: Hiking into the past

By Steve Roark Contributing Writer Human archaeology normally involves the study of things left by ancient people in ...

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Dave Says: Well-meaning, but misguided

Dear Dave, Our son will be graduating from high school in May, and then heading off to college ...

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Roark: Periwinkles, the snail not the flower

Anyone who has hiked and crossed a mountain stream or taken a cold drink out of a spring ...

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Dave Says: Take control of your mind and money

Dear Dave, I’m trying to work my way out of debt, but it seems like something always happens ...

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Remembering ‘Colonel Bob’ Edwards

This piece was originally published on www.wincityvoices.org. We lost a Kentucky broadcast legend last month. On Saturday, Feb. ...

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Living on Purpose: Pulling down strongholds within our minds

The Human experience includes the standard requirement to choose right and wrong and has always been accountable for ...

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Roark: Daffodils are the harbingers of spring

Nothing says Springs-a-comin’ like seeing Daffodils spotting the countryside. They are particularly interesting to me because I’m a ...

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Arts Watch: Oddities and Curiosities Expo

One of the most interesting afternoons I have spent recently was a trip to the Louisville Exposition Center ...

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Dave Says: My wife thinks she owes me money

Dear Dave, My wife and I have been married for nine months, and we’ve been following your Baby ...

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Geri-Antics: How to write a modern novel with an antique brain

When my first book in “The Magoo Who Series” was released in 2013, I was 63 years old. ...

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