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Today's Features

  • A historic event is taking shape along the Potomac River just outside of Washington, D.C. A magnificent state-of-the-art facility will be built to honor America’s soldiers, preserve the history of America’s oldest military branch, and educate all Americans about the Army’s role in our nation’s development.

    The Museum, scheduled to open in 2015, will be the U.S. Army’s national landmark.

  • Area Horse enthusiasts are invited to attend the second Area Horse Owners Grazing School, scheduled to begin next month. Participants will learn management tips for healthy horses, healthy pastures and lower feed costs.

    The schedule of seminars and locations is as follows:

    Sept. 13 at 6 p.m., Oldham County Extension Office: Forage Selection & Establishment

    Sept. 27 at 6 p.m., Shelby County Extension Office: Health Concerns on Pasture

  • Eggplant has not always been a popular vegetable in the United States, but it is a favorite in many areas of the South.  Thomas Jefferson, who experimented with many varieties of plants in his Virginia garden, is credited with introducing egg plant to North America.

  • Week of Aug. 22-26

    Monday: Pizza, tossed salad, corn, pineapple, fresh fruit.

    Tuesday: Ham, turkey, cheese on sub, lettuce, tomato, chips, baby carrots w/dip, apple crisp, fresh fruit.

    Wednesday: Chicken nuggets, macaroni & cheese, green beans, glazed carrots, wheat bread, applesauce, fresh fruit.

    Thursday: Toasted cheese sandwich, broccoli/dip, tator tots, chilled pear, fresh fruit, cookie.

    Friday: Chicken pattie on bun, potato wedges, coleslaw, mandarin oranges, fresh fruit

  • Trimble County teen James Line won the National Beta Club Social Studies Competition this summer, beating out contestants from across the nation in the prestigious event held in Nashville, TN.  Line, a junior at Trimble County High School, beat out approximately 50 other Beta Club test-takers who had placed either first or second in their state-sponsored events.  

  • Every so often my husband gets a certain look in his eye and then says, “Before you say no, hear me out.”

    What comes next almost always involves a stepladder, can of spackle, his drill and a huge mess.

    I remember the time he tore the spare bedroom apart and temporarily stored a bed in the front bathroom. For days I muttered, “There’s a bed in my bathroom!”

  • 30 Years Ago (Aug. 20, 1981)

    Lions Club annual fish fry and picnic was a success.

    A group of South African burley growers were in Trimble County this week. They met with Conservation officers and local farmers as they toured the county studying new ways to grow their burley.

  • Tiphanie McClellan of Woodward, OK, and Kenny Riley, Milton, were married July 29, 2011, at the home of the bride’s parents in Woodward.

    The bride is the daughter of Brent and Kitty Evans, Woodward, OK. The groom is the son of Jesse and Ruby Riley, Bedford, Ky.

    The couple resides in Milton.
     

  • Thursday, Aug. 18
    Tri-County Community Action Agency’s Board of Directors will meet at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held at the Campbellsburg State Police Post meeting room located at 160 Citation Lane just off the I-71 exit in Campbellsburg. The Public is invited to attend. Tri-County CAA provides services in Henry, Oldham and Trimble Counties.

    Depression and Bipolar Support group meets third Thursday of each month, 6:30 p.m. at Mt. Byrd Church, Hwy. 421 in Milton, for more info, call (502) 415-0124, or (502) 268-5220.