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Today's News

  • Former players reliving their glory days

    Several local men have received a second chance at playing football they never expected to get until the Kentucky Storm semipro team was created by Richard Smith.

  • Peyton, Riley win Team Challenge

    MacKenzie Peyton teamed with Anderson County’s Caitlin Riley to win the Team Challenge at Old Bridge Golf Club in Danville this weekend. Eleven two-person teams competed in the event.

    Peyton and Riley shot 64 Saturday when the teams took their best score on each hole and 69 Sunday in an alternating shot format to secure the win.

  • Shakers had progressive ideas

    You will find in this week’s issue my one tank trip to Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill.

    Shaker Village isn’t exactly somewhere one would go to for a high-octane night on the town or expect to find anything on the cutting edge. I refute that expectation. Shaker Village gives something new to the visitor each time they visit.

    The Shakers stood on the cutting edge of technology when it came to farming and household goods. We all know that, but the less commonly known cutting edge elements of their culture lies in their society.

  • Television news is here to sell you

    By Joseph Yates

  • Help students find the right financial track

    Summer is quickly fading. Soon, thousands of Kentucky’s students will return to college campuses. A young person’s college years are some of the most important years for establishing a plan for future financial success. These can also be some of the most financially challenging years, with many students managing their finances for the first time and the rising costs of higher education putting many students and their parents in debt.

  • Harvest Showcase continues as a crowd pleaser

    Just a quick reminder about the Kentucky Forage and Grasslands Council Forage and Beef Cattle Field Day at 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 1, at Rivercrest Farm on Mayo Lane — just off U.S. 42 near Goshen and Prospect.  The farm is owned by Caldwell Willig, and you may remember our Regional Cattleman’s Field Day was held there a few years ago. 

  • Public Record for the week of July 31

    Marriages

    Jessica Nicole Mayse, 29, Campbellsburg, to Bradley Scott Lyons, 29, Campbellsburg.

    Priscilla Jean Miller, 33, Pleasureville, to Alvaro Ramirez Nava, 35, Pleasureville.

    Property Transfers

    Eminence Speaker Corporation Inc., by and through Robert A. Gault, president, to Steel Technologies, Eminence. Tract No. 2 of Walnut Ridge Road; $1.

  • Chilton-Bailey

    Chris and Sandra Chilton, Turners Station announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Nicole Chilton, to Travis Bailey, son of John and Lori Bailey, Owenton.
    The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Jerry and Betty Chilton, Turners Station. She is a 2005 graduate of Henry County High School and is employed by the Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts.

  • Rogers-Roberts

    Tony and Gail Rogers, New Castle would like to announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelly Faye Rogers to Justin “Cooter” Roberts, son of Larry and Cindy Roberts, Louisville.
    The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Harriett Phillips and the late Sylvester Phillips, Aver Mae and Jesse Lee Rogers. She is a 1997 graduate of Shelby County High School and owner of Painting by Shelly.

  • From my grill to yours — the perfect steak

    Cooking engages our most primal instincts.

    The elaborate dance of flame and smoke with glowing coals incites memories of family cookouts, holidays and seasonal nostalgia.

    In my 15 years of working as a professional chef, writing too many menus and standing on my feet for long hours, I never lost the joy from creating and cooking.