Constance Alexander: ‘Kennedy Comes to Kentucky’ exhibit explores JFK’s visit to western part of state

The trees were almost bare and mornings had slipped into a seasonal chill, but that day was warm and sunny, a sweet burst of sweater weather in late November. At lunchtime, we walked outside, chatting with friends about the upcoming weekend, the senior play, and festivities leading up to the annual homecoming football game on Thanksgiving. When the bell rang, it was on to Mr. Abrahamson’s U.S. History...

Majority still think JFK killed in conspiracy; many also believe Mafia, government involved

  By Art Swift Gallup.com   On the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination, a clear majority of Americans (61 percent) still believe others besides Lee Harvey Oswald were involved. But this percentage is the lowest found in nearly 50 years.   Thirty percent of Americans believe that Oswald, who was apprehended by Dallas police hours after Kennedy was shot...