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Today's Features

  • Josh and Jessica Wise of Lebanon announce the birth of a 3-pound son, Nicholas Eli Wise, born Sept. 15, 2012, at Norton Hospital.
    Grandparents are Troy and Barbara Crawford of Lebanon, Stewart and Juanita Wise and Gordon and Sheila Caldwell, all of Campbellsville.
    Great-grandparents are Bonnie McCarty of Perryville, Pauline Wise and Sandy Rainwater of Campbellsville and Helen Cook of Lebanon.
    Nicholas Eli has one brother, Hunter Levi.

  • Derrick and Sarah Brussell of Lebanon announce the birth of a 6-pound, 2-ounce son, Charles Easton Brussell, born Sept. 24, 2012, at Spring View Hospital, Lebanon.
    Maternal grandparents are Bobby and Beverly Mattingly. Paternal grandparents are Chuck and Paula Brussell. Great-grandparents are Marcus and Elizabeth Ann Clark, the late Herbert and Annie Mattingly, the late Sollie and Pauline McMurtry, and Anna Brussell and the late Charles Brussell.

  • St. Joe Prep Alumni
    St. Joe Prep Alumni Association will have their annual Fall Cook In on Thursday, Oct. 18 at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Bardstown. Social hour starts at 5 p.m. with dinner at 6 p.m. Meat and drinks will be furnished. Annual meeting will follow dinner. All undergraduates and friends of St. Joe are welcomed. For more information and cost, contact John Cecil  (502) 348-6522 or Otis Ballard (502) 348-5837.

    Class of 1977

  • Monday, Oct. 22: Chicken cacciatore, noodles, spaghetti, green beans, roll, mixed fruit.
    Tuesday, Oct. 23: Chicken fried beef steak, mashed potatoes, lima beans, pear halves, bread.
    Wednesday, Oct. 24: Pork roast loin, new buttered potatoes, buttered spinach, pineapple chunks, roll.
    Thursday Oct. 25: Pizza Day.
    Friday, Oct. 26: Honey glazed baked chicken, baked sweet potato, seasoned cabbage, fruit cobbler, bread.
     

  • Fall has arrived with 2 threats of frost so far (but none that materialized for the farm). Frost is inevitable, of course, it happens every year so let's get organized for the return of our tropical to the not-so-great indoors.

  • By Dennis Morgeson

    Fertilizing your lawn is a good way to maintain a healthy turf. You should fertilize every year. Fertilizing your lawn helps maintain a uniform, dense, green, turf and reduces weed problems. The good effects of fertilizing can be lost if you fertilize at the wrong time. Low maintenance turf requires one application of fertilization in late October or anytime in November for most grass types.

  • By Susan Spicer

    Do you have a mini muffin pan? If not, you'd better run out and get one so you can try these yummy recipes.
    The Taco Tarts are delicious, and will disappear so fast you won't believe it.  They are very easy to make, and would be a great first recipe for young cooks-to-be. My experience is that kids really like these.

  • By Dr. David B. Whitlock

    "I went back upstairs one more time and said 'goodbye' to my room. I'm ready to go now."
    Dave's words were my signal: Cutting my eyes towards him as he walked to his car, I turned on the headlights in the early morning dawn, put the U-Haul in gear, and we all - Dave, Lori, Madi, and I - headed south, caravan style.

  • A shoebox can do a lot more than hold shoes. For individuals and churches who participate in Operation Christmas Child, those boxes become a way to share faith and love with children worldwide.
    "It's operated by the ministry Samaritan's Purse," said Dan Durham, the pastor at Stewart's Creek Baptist Church.

  • Youth rally
    New Beginnings Community Church in Springfield will be having a youth rally at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 20, featuring Steadfast and Daniel Cook from Elkhorn Baptist Church in Campbellsville. Everyone is invited.

    Revival