C6-H0 – The Centre Harvard Game of 1921

  C6-H0 – The Centre Harvard Game of 1921 By Valarie H. Ziegler Centre College Class of 1976 As practically anyone who grew up in Kentucky knows, the Centre College football team defeated Harvard in 1921 by a score of six to … Continue reading

Worst States to Retire 2012: Northeast and Midwest Come Up Losers

From our buddies at TopRetirements.com – you gotta see this list. and you’ll LOVE their newsletter – check them out here. If your state is in the mix here as a Worst State to Retire to – you might take … Continue reading

Surprising Results: The Worst Retirement States for Taxes Are Not What You Thought

You will want to read this – from our friends at TopRetirements.com September 6, 2011 It’s pretty well known that some states are definitely harder on retirees than others when it comes to taxes. So we confess that when we … Continue reading

Lexington KY’s diversified economy shielded from the ravages of recession

10 Best Value Cities for 2011 #6 – Lexington, Kentucky – Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau Population (metro): 455,593Unemployment rate: 7.8%Cost-of-living index: 89.1Median household income: $48,158 Lexington’s diversified economy has largely shielded it from the ravages of recession. The University … Continue reading

SITE Selection Magazine ranks Danville, KY

The Danville, Ky., Micropolitan Statistical Area of Boyle and Lincoln counties ranked as the 14th top-performing small town community in the nation for new and expanding business projects in 2010, according to the March edition of SITE Selection magazine. Danville … Continue reading

Kentucky Bourbon Tasting

I, like you, am a bourbon fan – and thought you’d find this video on the Bourbon Trail and a Bardstown, KY legend interesting. This is a wonderful video of one of our friend’s Dad. Dr. Henry Chapeze lived here. … Continue reading

Danville’s Centre was named the 24th best educational institution in the U.S

Forbes ranks Centre No. 24 among all U.S. colleges and universities August 12, 2010 By Leigh Ivey In Forbes magazine’s 2010 America’s Best Colleges rankings, Centre was named the 24th best educational institution in the U.S.   In the top … Continue reading

Kentucky’s wine industry is back

KENTUCKY WINERIES WIN AWARDS IN INDIANA, IOWA COMPETITIONS Posted: Aug 11, 2010 11:25 AM Updated: Aug 11, 2010 11:54 AM Kentucky wineries brought home 32 medals, including two double golds and five golds, at the Indy International Wine Competition in … Continue reading

6 Little Known Facts That Can Help You Buy Your First Farm Land or Home

6 Little Known Facts That Can Help You Buy Your First Farm Land or Home The problem that most people face isn’t their ability to meet a monthly payment. Heaven knows that they must meet this monthly obligation every 30 … Continue reading

Danville, KY Boyle County, Kentucky FBO airport hospitality

Just a little Danville / Boyle County, Kentucky FBO Airport hospitality. Thank you JW Lynn for giving guests “a hug”. FBO* of the Week: Danville/Boyle County Airport Board (KDVK, Danville, KY) We saw plenty of great FBO* stories this week, … Continue reading

Heavy rains and all, nothing stopped people from coming to Kentucky

They called for inches of rain for the day – and rain it did. In fact, as I write this the day after, the KY sky is still giving our land much needed rain. I thought for sure if we … Continue reading

Woodford Reserve – Kentucky Bourbon 101 class

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If you’ve ever dreamed of living in the country, you’ll want to see this video

If you’ve ever dreamed of living in the country, you’ll want to see this video

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Can you buy a farm or home with IRA funds? Yes, here’s how.

One of the oldest Stone homes in Kentucky –

Wake Robin, a Private Estate

in the heart of the Bluegrass – Perfect Equestrian or Vineyard location

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What does land sell for, per acre in Kentucky? Our #1 question

What does land sell for per acre in Kentucky?This is our #1 question. Everyone asks, and I can give you a range. I will attempt to answer this below, but this is a difficult question to answer “simply” – here’s … Continue reading