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Today's News

  • Is this huge fish a trophy or state record?

    By LEE McCLELLAN

    FRANKFORT, Ky. - You bait a rod with a large minnow and let the offering dangle off the back of the boat as you enjoy a day of lazy floating on a canvas raft on your favorite reservoir, basking in the summer sun.

    You hear the sound of movement coming from the boat and flick your head around to see the rod bent over double, straining to hold the weight. You quickly board the boat and release the rod from its holder. You apply gentle pressure to embed the circle hook in the fish’s mouth.

  • Lawmakers review On-Farm Energy Efficiency grant program

    FRANKFORT-A total of $696,288 in grants have been awarded to 81 farm operations so far this year as part of a farm energy savings program, state Agricultural Policy officials told state lawmakers today.

  • Tips on helping teenagers deal with Type 2 diabetes

    Dealing with Type 2 diabetes can be difficult at any age, but it can be especially troubling for teenagers, who must also deal with the pressures of youth including self-image and self-worth. As a parent, you can do simple things to make managing this disease easier for your teen and your entire family.

    Obesity is one of the leading causes of Type 2 diabetes. Helping overweight teenagers with diabetes reach and maintain a healthy weight may help them feel physically and mentally better and may improve their glucose, or blood sugar, levels.

  • Publications available to help prevent rose diseases

    Quite a few years back, before Carole and I were married, I enjoyed growing hybrid tea roses. I am partial to roses with a deep musky rose fragrance, although I will have to admit I can enjoy a rose for its beauty alone. But to me, fragrance and beauty go hand-in-hand.  Roses can be a lot of work, but the effort is well worth it.  

  • Safety Class
  • Kentucky state parks celebrate Kentucky Chautauqua program

    FRANKFORT, Ky. - The Kentucky Humanities Council invites you to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of its Kentucky Chautauqua program, which for two decades has helped tell Kentucky’s story through interesting dramatic characters.

    The council is joining with the Kentucky State Parks to help celebrate Aug. 1-5 with special programs at five parks, including General Butler State Resort Park in Carrollton.

  • TCHS boys’ tennis awards
  • Romans completes degree at Spalding

    Hannah M. Romans earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences in Occupational Therapy from Spalding University in Louisville, during the June 2, 2012 Commencement exercises.

  • Freshmen tournament runners-up at Oldham
  • Schedule sports physicals

    The fall sports season is right around the corner. As parents and high school students look ahead to the 2012-13 school year, student athletes will need a sports physical to participate in Kentucky High School Athletic Association-sanctioned sports. The same is true for high school students in Indiana.

    The King’s Daughters’ Hospital is again asking parents to schedule a sports physical with their personal physician. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all athletes receive a yearly checkup from their personal physician.