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Mike Denham: Despite passage of time, significance of Pearl Harbor needs to be remembered

This week, one of the most famous dates in our country’s history hits a major milestone. On Wednesday, we will mark the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a time that, as President Franklin Roosevelt correctly predicted during a speech to Congress, “would live in infamy.” Nearly 2,500 sailors and soldiers were killed and close to 1,300 others were wounded that Sunday morning in 1941....

Berry Craig: Louisville publisher, diplomat Bingham saved historic St. Mary’s Parish in England

By Berry Craig KyForward columnist (Note: Berry Craig is spending his summer touring historic sites in Europe. This is his first dispatch from his trip) A Louisville publisher-turned-diplomat saved the historic old parish church of St. Mary’s in Wilton, England. Robert Worth Bingham was U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom when he heard about the plight of the 15th-century house of worship and donated...