Lori White Jude

Bluegrass Bridles and Bright Lights: Kentucky's Southern Lights Display

For some, thoughts of Kentucky produce nostalgic visions of rolling hills, lush blue-green fields and goldenrod as far as the eye can see. For Laura Klumb, Executive Director for the Kentucky Horse Park Foundation, whiteboard fences, containing the world's premier equestrian breeds, encapsulate the real unbridled spirit portrayed by this commonwealth state.

Bluegrass Bridles and Bright Lights: Kentucky's Southern Lights Display
Carrie Stambaugh, Managing Editor

General Sales: Supplying the Tri-State for Four Generations

Lee Kerley III was born into the sales business as was his son Lee Kerley IV. As president and CEO and treasurer, respectively, of General Sales in Grayson the pair is continuing a legacy reaching back seven decades.

General Sales: Supplying the Tri-State for Four Generations
John Gallaher, Publisher

Publisher's Letter: A Gift from Aladdin's

In September 1967, I graduated from U.S. Army Officer Candidate School in Fort Gordon, Georgia. My then high school sweetheart and soon-to-be wife Stephanie Miller traveled down for the event.

Publisher's Letter: A Gift from Aladdin's
Carrie Stambaugh, Managing Editor

Carrie's Corner: The Gift of Gab

By all accounts I have always been a talker. From before I could form proper words, my parents tell me I was gabbing all the time. By the time I learned a few, they knew they were in trouble.

Carrie's Corner: The Gift of Gab
Jane Wilt Whitworth

Pie Day Recipe Round Up

March 14 is a special day in the math world…numerically, it is 3.14. As many of you may remember from your school days, those are the first three digits in pi, an important mathematical constant. As I worked on ideas for recipes for this Bridges, pi (and pie) kept coming to mind, so here we are with a few different pie recipes!

Pie Day Recipe Round Up
Aladdin's: A World of Gifts in a Small Town
Amanda Gilmore

Fire & Food: Fuji Hibachi & Steak House

Rudy Sipahutar has a pretty neat job. On a nightly basis, he performs magic tricks, juggles knives and other cooking utensils, and makes hungry people really happy – all the while wearing a really cool hat. Even though Sipahutar has been a hibachi chef for more than 10 years, he rolls his food-laden cart out to every new table of customers with a smile and enthusiasm that makes him one of the most popular fixtures at Fuji Japanese Sushi & Steak House in Ashland.

Fire & Food: Fuji Hibachi & Steak House
Kevin Compton

From Hoops to Helper

In an alternate universe, Steve Towler is president of the Miami Heat and Pat Riley is Boyd County Judge Executive. It could have been that way. It is a tale Towler loves to share but merely a footnote to a remarkable life.

From Hoops to Helper
Mardi Gras Casino & Resort  “It’s Always A Party”
Antoine Cabarrus:  Sharing God's Word Through Music
Jonathan Joy

Wit & Wisdom: Hard Work

My father loves his garden. I never quite enjoyed it as much (at least not when I was 10 years old). The gardening gene was, most definitely, not passed down to his youngest son.

Wit & Wisdom: Hard Work