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Today's News

  • Improving your sleep patterns

    What you eat affects your ability to sleep. Avoid eating pasta and meat casserole late in the evening. Carbohydrates and protein, as well as sugary desserts can disturb restful sleep and may even keep a person awake. Sugar products can be related to moodiness and a racing mind. Poor digestion can be related to getting less sleep. Catnip/lemon balm tea and taking one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with honey or Alovera Juice for indigestion.   

  • Milton Methodist Church plans auction

    On Saturday, July 21, Milton United Methodist Church will hold an ‘Auction for Christ’ fundraier in the new Fellowship Hall at 5 p.m. Wesley Cox, Auctioneer will auction household and miscellaneous items. All proceeds go towards the building fund or Church maintenance fund. Open to public.

  • Mt. Tabor Wesleyan Church VBS July 17-19

    Mount Tabor Wesleyan Church, 1450 Palmyra Rd. Bedford, will hold Vacation Bible School from Tuesday, July 17, through Thursday, July 19.

    The theme for this year’s VBS is “Heat About the Miracles Jesus Performed.” All children ages three through 12 are encouraged to attend. The VBS sessions will be held from 6-8 p.m. nightly.

    If your children need a ride or you have questions about the program call Deanna Schermer, 502-268-3205.
     

  • Mt. Byrd Christian VBS kickoff is Saturday

    On Saturday, July 14, Mt Byrd Christian Church will host a VBS kickoff in Milton Park from 6-8 p.m. with fun activities, food and games for children ages 3 through 6th grade. Vacation Bible School will run from July 16-20 from 6:30-8:30 nightly. Everyone invited. For more information, please contact Bro. Aaron Snelling at 502-268-5243.
     

  • Mt. Carmel Methodist Church welcomes new pastor, Rev. Reistroffer

    The Rev. Dianne Reistroffer has been appointed to the Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church, 204 Mt Carmel Road, Milton, Ky. Her first Sunday was June 24. Rev. Reistroffer comes to Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church from the Wisconsin Conference of the United Methodist Church. Service times are Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. and morning worship at 10:30 a.m.
     

  • Milton Baptist Church welcomes new pastor

    Milton Baptist Church, located at 10076 U.S. Hwy. 421N in Milton, is pleased to announce Brian “Deek” Dubberly as their new pastor.

    On July 1, 2012, Brother Deek and his wife, Lauren, accepted a position of service to Milton Baptist and the community. Brother Dubberly is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy Degree at the Southern Theological Seminary.

    Lauren works as a Physician Assistant in the Emergency Room at Schneck Medical Center in Seymour, Indiana.

  • The Prayer of Jabez

    My friend Tara recently asked me about a book that swept through the Christian culture like a Category 4 hurricane back in 2000, “The Prayer of Jabez,” by Bruce Wilkinson.

    Tara jokingly wondered aloud if maybe her pooh-poohing the book and not jumping on the “pray like Jabez” bandwagon was coming back to bite her in the butt. Maybe her life would be different if she had been a Jabez prayer pray-er.
    If you’re not familiar with the book, here’s a mini crash course:

  • LOOKING BACK

    30 Years Ago (July 15, 1982)
    HUD project is going up on Cutshaw Lane. The 40 apartments should be ready for occupancy in March or April of next year. Rental applications probably will be taken in February. The units will consist of one, two and three bedrooms.

  • DO YOU REMEMBER?
  • State’s water supply precious commodity in drought season

    Although milder temperatures this week are certainly welcome, it will be some time before we forget the string of triple-digit temperatures and the lack of rain we have suffered through during the last month.

    Even before June began, Kentucky was on track for an especially dry year.  The rainfall from January through May was almost half of what the state got during the same period in 2011, and there have only been two years since 2000 that have been drier.