The Mother of All Guilty Pleasures. These days, it's especially humiliating. It's SuperNanny (airs Mondays on ABC at 10pm). SuperNanny comes to homes that are being run by nasty, squawling, mouth-breathing tantrum throwing bratsand she teaches the parents how to Take Back Their Lives. The thing is, NONE of us have kids..... but SuperNanny's lessons (all about manipulation, control, and discipline) can be applied to virtually ANY situationwork, family, unruly teens, bad restaurant service, relationships
anything. And if things really get outta hand, SuperNanny will show you, as a last resort, how to properly employ: The Naughty Spot (one minute for every year of age). It may not be what you think it is, but she seems to make it work.
After operating on a modified schedule due to servicing, the Valley View Ferry has resumed its normal working schedule.Weekdays, the Ferry operates from 6am to 8pm. On Saturdays, the Ferry operates from 8am to 8pm and Sundays it operates from 9am to 8pm.
Police will direct traffic on downtown streets near Rupp Arena beginning at 8pm Saturday, February 19th for the UK basketball game, which begins
Both lanes of N. Martin Luther King Blvd. will be blocked at Barr St. one lane at a time through Friday, February 18, for pavement repairs.
The Finance and Administration Cabinet's Department of Revenue (DOR) strongly encourages Kentucky taxpayers to file electronically again this year. "Revenue receives in excess of three million pieces of mail between January and May of each year and paper returns must be opened, sorted and manually entered," Secretary Robbie Rudolph said. "Electronic filing allows your information to go directly into the system, reducing error and delay and allowing your refund to be direct deposited to your financial institution." Info, http://www.revenue.ky.gov.
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