Several weeks ago I changed my work desk to a standing desk. I spend 10 hours a day working at a computer. After a year and a half of discussing it, one of my coworkers changed over. A couple of weeks later I pulled the trigger. Our two desks was quite the novelty for sometime, people kept coming by and looking at them, standing behind them, commenting on them, and asking us questions.
We went cold turkey, no easing in to it, no sitting part of the time and standing part of the time. From sitting 40+ hours per week to standing. The first week or so was pretty rough. By the end of the day I would be pretty sore. Now, I can’t imagine going back.
Now we have a third coworker who is in process of changing over and a manager from a different department who has adopted a stand up desk Continue reading To Stand or Not to Stand?
U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made the following remarks last night after receiving the humanitarian award by the Alzheimer’s Association for his work in the fight to end Alzheimer’s:
“It’s great to see such a strong turnout tonight – to see so many people who care about this important issue that touches so many lives. “I know you need all the advocates you can get, because Alzheimer’s is a formidable opponent. “It’s one of those diseases that touches nearly all of us in one way or another. I think we all can point to a family member, or a loved one, or a friend whose Continue reading Senator McConnell Honored For His Work In The Fight To End Alzheimer’s
Apr. 16, 2013 – Mitchell & Jessica Weekley – Irvine – Girl
Apr. 17, 2013 – Bobby & Courtney Lohrey – McKee – Girl
Apr. 17, 2013 – Ashley Wren & Rodney Martin – Richmond – Girl
Apr. 17, 2013 – Tiara Smith & Lamar Martin – Richmond – Girl
Apr. 18, 2013 – Jessica Wyrick & Thomas Fryer Jr. – Berea – Boy
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Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-K.Y.) and U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-Pa.) today joined U.S. Senator Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) in introducing a resolution to express the sense of the Senate that no member of the armed forces who is missing in action or captured should be left behind.
The senators’ resolution would send a message that “abandoning the search efforts for members of the armed forces who are missing or captured in the Continue reading Sens. Casey & McConnell Join Sen. Toomey’s Call to Leave No Service Member Behind
For over 106 years the folks at Cox’s Hardware in Mt Vernon provided nails to glass cutting and everything in between, as well as that personal touch that only a hometown hardware store could provide. Now the family is putting the building and the entire remaining inventory up for sale at auction. The historic building was built in 1907 and was the subject of a documentary filmed by Kentucky Educational Television in 2007 during the businesses’ Centennial Continue reading Historic Hardware Store Auction
By imposing this new Internet Tax, states would suddenly be empowered to force online retailers to simultaneously comply with all the different tax codes of all the states in which their customers reside. That’s no small feat. From what I’m told, there are nearly 10,000 state, local, and municipal tax codes nationwide. And while complying with so many codes might not be a big deal for large online retailers, it’s a huge burden on the little guys. So small businesses owners are worried, and justifiably so.’
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell made the following remarks on the Senate floor today regarding an internet sales tax bill:
“This week, the Senate is debating a bill that would authorize states to require retailers to collect taxes on remote sales. “Now, I recognize there are a range Continue reading McConnell Remarks On Internet Sales Tax Bill
The Battle of Richmond Association Presents The Twelfth Annual Living History Days At Pleasant View May 2 & 3, 2013.
The original part of the Pleasant View house was built around 1824 by Joseph Barnett. This consisted of two first floor rooms and two second floor rooms. It is in one of these second story rooms that a stain remains on the floor. Some believe it to be a blood stain from when the house served as a makeshift hospital during the Battle of Richmond.
Over the years additions were made to the original structure. The kitchen, which was once a separate building, was connected to the main house. A Continue reading The Twelfth Annual Living History Days