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2013 Review: A salute to our faithful, interesting stable of regular columnists

KyForward is celebrating its third end-of-year review with you, happy that we can revisit an abundance of rich, deep content by writers who share their experiences and expertise on a regular basis. These fine writers have helped us accomplish one of our primary goals when KyForward was created – to provide a forum for a variety of voices on a wide and deep range of subjects that inform and entertain...

T.G. Shuck: Mother Nature may try to crash Thanksgiving gatherings as snow threatens

  I’m sure you are ready for a short week with the Thanksgiving holiday this Thursday. Of course, the concern each and every year is how things will shake out as far as holiday travel. It appears that Mother Nature may try to crash the festivities, especially along the East Coast. In the short term, conditions will stay quiet for Monday as high clouds build in through the afternoon hours....

T.G. Shuck: Whew! We dodged a big one this time; it should be quiet through midweek

  We definitely need to be counting our blessings after seeing all the devastation across parts of Illinois, Indiana and far Western Kentucky. When the site surveys are over, I’m sure we’ll see several of these tornadoes classified in the EF-3 to EF-4 range given what was floating around on social media prior to sunset on Sunday. See for yourself!   Washington, Ill.   Washington,...