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  • Foliar tomato diseases have been showing up in a few area gardens in the last few weeks so it's time to take precautions to keep these diseases in check when they visit your garden. I say when because if you grow tomatoes in Kentucky you will undoubtedly get foliar diseases.

  • Campbellsville Farm Credit is sponsoring a FREE pumpkin growing contest for kids ages 18 and under in Marion, Washington, Adair, Green, and Taylor counties. The seeds and growing guides are provided by the Farm Credit Mid-America office in Campbellsville, which serves the counties mentioned.

  • Campbellsville Farm Credit is sponsoring a FREE pumpkin growing contest for kids ages 18 and under in Marion, Washington, Adair, Green, and Taylor counties. The seeds and growing guides are provided by the Farm Credit Mid-America office in Campbellsville, which serves the counties mentioned.

  • Lori Haycraft and Corey Hafley of Greensburg announce their engagement.
    Haycraft is the daughter of Patty Elmore of Elizabethtown and Phillip and Phyllis Haycraft of Leitchfield.
    Hafley is the son of Nancy Hafley of Springfield and Warren and Camilla Hafley of Lebanon.
    The ceremony will be Saturday, June 22, at Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Greensburg at 4 p.m.
    Family and friends are invited to attend. Invitations will be sent.
     

  • Donna Parker of Bardstown and Joe Graves of Lebanon announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Savannah Marie Graves, to David Christopher McDonald, son of Barbara Jean McDonald and Larry Mudd, both of Springfield.
    Graves is a 2007 Washington County High School graduate and attended St. Catharine College. She is employed at Pat’s Place, Bardstown
    McDonald is a 2006 Washington County High School graduate and is employed at T-N-T Motorsports, Bardstown.

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  • Peterson
    The descendants of Mary Ursula Buckler and John Cary Peterson will have a reunion Sunday, June 30, at Loretto City Hall in Loretto. Potluck will begin at 12:30 p.m.

    Gravel Switch
    The Gravel Switch community will hold a reunion Sunday, July 14 at the Gravel Switch Community Center. Lunch will begin at 1 p.m. You are asked to bring a side dish.

    Silvertooth Cocanougher

  • By Amy Morgeson
    Library Director

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  • It’s impossible to separate our individual health from our community’s health. When it comes to good health, a rising tide lifts all boats. Public health systems work to carefully monitor that tide, pinpointing choppy waters and struggling vessels and taking action to ensure that all boats have an opportunity to sail smoothly to healthier destinations.

  • Amid reports that the economy is recovering slower than many would like and that too many Kentuckians aren’t as healthy as they should be, it would be nice if there was something that could help with both of those issues.
    Fortunately, there is.
    Gardening, and more specifically, container gardening, is a way almost anyone can have healthy foods for a fraction of the cost of buying them at the store.

  • If you are looking for some recipes to use your garden fresh vegetables, Susan Spicer offered a few examples from “Susan’s Kitchen.”

    Mexican Rice
    2 T. butter or margarine
    1 large onion, chopped
    1 green peppers, chopped
    2 cloves of garlic, minced
    1 cup uncooked rice
    1 tomato, peeled and chopped
    2 cups of chicken broth
    1 t. cumin
    Salt to taste