While death and taxes are always certain, take lesson from Amy Bosley that you should never mix them together.
These are busy days for Joe Yates. The brisk fall air has ushered in a long ledger of names. Home owners in need of having their chimneys swept and inspected. And those with chimney emergencies who summon Yates 24 hours a day. These are also somber days for the 6-foot-5 inch, 280 pound Pendleton County man, known to many Northern Kentuckians as simply “Big Joe.”
“Big Joe,” who is 30, has a tall top hat and tails to fill. It’s a hat he wishes would never have been left vacant. “Big Joe,” is one of 14, who lost their boss and their jobs in the early Read more