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Today's Features

  • Jane Bell isn’t afraid to try new things.
    Last year, that included taking up gardening for the first time at the age of 64.
    “Really it has been a wonderful opportunity,” she said.
    After having some health issues and retiring from the Marion County Detention Center, Bell jumped into gardening with both feet. She said she’s fortunate to have several friends who helped her get started with container gardening.
    “The more I did the more I got interested in it,” she said.

  • Jane Bell isn’t afraid to try new things.
    Last year, that included taking up gardening for the first time at the age of 64.
    “Really it has been a wonderful opportunity,” she said.
    After having some health issues and retiring from the Marion County Detention Center, Bell jumped into gardening with both feet. She said she’s fortunate to have several friends who helped her get started with container gardening.
    “The more I did the more I got interested in it,” she said.

  • Despite other intentions, homeowners often turn their garages into storage centers for random, little-used items, leaving little to no room for the tools and even vehicles that actually belong in a garage. Such homeowners may turn to sheds to store their garage overflow and keep yard equipment at the ready, but storage sheds are not immune to clutter, and homeowners may find the very structure erected to keep them organized requires a bit of organization itself.

  • Despite other intentions, homeowners often turn their garages into storage centers for random, little-used items, leaving little to no room for the tools and even vehicles that actually belong in a garage. Such homeowners may turn to sheds to store their garage overflow and keep yard equipment at the ready, but storage sheds are not immune to clutter, and homeowners may find the very structure erected to keep them organized requires a bit of organization itself.

  • With the rise of the “staycation,” more and more homeowners are turning their backyards into their own private oases. The centerpiece of many such retreats is a refreshing and inviting pool.
    Whether above-ground or inground models, pools make for welcoming spots to enjoy warm days and nights.
    A new pool can quickly turn a yard into the “it” spot to spend vacations or cool off at the end hot summer days.

  • With the rise of the “staycation,” more and more homeowners are turning their backyards into their own private oases. The centerpiece of many such retreats is a refreshing and inviting pool.
    Whether above-ground or inground models, pools make for welcoming spots to enjoy warm days and nights.
    A new pool can quickly turn a yard into the “it” spot to spend vacations or cool off at the end hot summer days.

  • Wednesday, April 1: Swiss beef steak, wild rice with apricots, buttered carrots, strawberries/banana, and whole wheat roll.
    Thursday, April 2 and Friday, April 3: Closed
    Monday, April 6: Beef Steak patty, brown gravy, boiled potatoes, mixed green salad, ambrosia, and whole wheat roll.
    Tuesday, April 7: Turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered broccoli, Angel food cake with strawberry topping, whole wheat bread, dry roasted peanuts.
    Wednesday, April 8: Sack day.
    Thursday, April 9: Closed.

  • Stephanie Lynn Beam and Curtiss Lee Hayden Jr. were married at 4 p.m. March 14, 2015, at First Baptist Church, Lebanon. Rev. Tommy Calhoun officiated. A reception was held at the V.F.W. in Lebanon.
    The bride is the daughter of Alberta Beam and William Cowherd of Lebanon. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Brown of Lebanon.
    The groom is the son of Kathy Porter and Curtiss Hayden Sr.