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25Jan

Monday, 25 January 2010
by Heidi Kyser

Following four years of research and preparation, husband and wife Danielle and Miller Montague opened MonTea in Lexington, Ky., Nov. 16, 2009. The shop’s tagline is, “Featuring Elmwood Inn Fine Teas,” and it reflects a unique partnership between a retailer and wholesaler.

Both Danielle Montague and Bruce Richardson, owner of Elmwood Inn in nearby Perryville, Ky., described their partnership as a loose one, based on Read more…


25Jan

By HERB BROCK

Boyle County has more than its share of food marts and convenience stores. Like churches, it seems there is one on every corner. And just about all welcome a variety of customers, from locals to travelers.

But every one of these little stores is unique, and Mr. Miser is Perryville certainly fits that description.

There aren’t many of these marts who can say their Read more…



13Jan

The long awaited Historic Perryville decals are in and one of our County’s finest, Jody Lassiter wanted the first set sold.

Show your Spirit, Pride and Support  http://www.HistoricPerryville.com this site is new, popular and growing.  We will be adding sponsored links on here for local businesses – call me or email and we will get your business on there.

This is not a “for profit” site per se, this is a site to Read more…


13Jan

You’ve passed by them, often times without thinking – the historical markers that stand by the roads and highways around the US

(and other countries). These document are history with some perspectives that books often fail to provide. To me, a marker helps place the facts within the geographic setting that is often poorly understood within the simple black and white texts in the books. Click Here For Kentucky’s Historic Markers