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Today's Features

  • I came up with a really good corn casserole recipe recently. My family really liked it, even though I had sneaked a can of hominy in it.

    It's similar to the Corn Casserole that's been around for umpteen years, just a little different -- great for a potluck. (And I never thought I'd get my girls to eat hominy!)

  • Pumpkins have been on sale for weeks, children have obsessed over their costumes and somewhere in the middle of it all is the story of All Hallow's Eve.

    Halloween, as it is known today, has its origins in something a bit more interesting then just pumpkin carving and candy collecting. In fact, the evening's festivities marked the beginning of winter for the ancient Celtic race of the Druids.

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  • To stay committed to the community's health, Spring View Hospital Campus will become a tobacco-free campus starting Nov. 1. The campus includes the hospital grounds, The Children's Clinic, Dr. Daniel Bailey Orthopedics, Family and Internal Medicine and Associates, Lebanon Physicians for Women, Occupational Health, and Spring View Pediatrics. 

    As the community's major healthcare provider, Spring View Hospital looks to provide a safe and clean facility for all patients, guests, and employees.

  • Bubby is an older geagle mix who would make a great pet.

    Bubby is a pretty laid back little guy who would just love to cuddle on the couch or hang out on the front porch. Bubby is neutered and current on all of his shots.

    October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, and in celebration the Shelter is waiving the $25.00 adoption fee. If your pet is missing, call the shelter-it may be there.

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  • Editor's note: Michael Yates is the son of Terry and Cheryl Yates and the grandson of Lambert and Agnes Livers and Thelma Jean Yates, all of Lebanon, and the late Joseph "Buddy" Yates.   Michael Yates isn't squeamish. In his line of work, that's probably a job requirement. Yates, 27, grew up in Campbellsville but now calls Washington, D.C.

  • My grandmother on my dad's side is often in my thoughts, especially this time of year.

    She was born Blanche Ruth Baum in 1893 in Rochester, Ind. She kept the Blanche a secret from everyone. I didn't know that was her first name until she died and Dad was writing the obituary.

    She was the only child of Ollie and Sadie, who owned and operated a general store, Baum's Grocery.

    She told me many times about spending time in the store, playing or doing her homework. When she was old enough, she started clerking after school.

  • When I first bought land and moved to Kentucky in 1973, I lived in Taylor County on Tallow Creek Road, which is closer to Lebanon than Campbellsville. So, I usually did my grocery shopping and such in Lebanon.

  • The Ham Days Treasure Hunt, sponsored by Time Warner Cable, is underway.

    Clues will be given daily.

    On Saturday (if the "treasure" hasn't been found), clues will be given every hour on the hour over the radio and on the Bluegrass Cellular Main Stage.

    The final clue will be given at 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 26.

    The winner of the Time Warner Cable Treasure Hunt will receive a country ham and a gift basket donated by Time Warner Cable.