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Today's Features

  • Orchids are becoming increasingly popular as houseplants. One orchid you are likely to encounter is the Phalaenopsis, or moth orchid. It gets its name from the shape of the flower that resembles a moth in flight.

  • One of my favorite authors, Dr. Willard Harley, a noted clinical psychologist, states in one of his books, “His Needs, Her Needs,” that when a husband or wife comes to him for help, his first goal is to help them identify their most important emotional needs — what each of them can do for each other to make them happiest and most content. He has found that most of their responses can be classified into 10 emotional needs categories.

  • Chris and Jessica Limpp of Taylorsville announce the birth of their daughter, Abigail Rose Limpp, on Dec. 13, 2011, at 2:32 p.m. at Suburban Hospital in Louisville.

    She weighed 7 pounds and was 16 inches long.
    She was welcomed home by a sister, Alexandra Jameson.

  • Jessica and Shelby McClain announce the birth of their baby brother, David Carlton McClain, on Sept. 8, 2011.

    David weighed 9 pounds, 2 ounces.
    His parents are Derrick and Amanda McClain of Bardstown.
    Grandparents are Mike and Teresa Haynes of Little Mount, Bobby and Terri Johnson of Fern Creek, and Garry McClain of Bardstown.

  • The family of Alvin and Lois (Fletcher) Miller would like to invite family and friends to help celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on January 21 from 2-4 p.m. at Highland Baptist Church in Shelbyville.

    The couple was married at the Southern Baptist Seminary in Louisville on Jan. 30, 1952.  
    They have five children and seven grandchildren. The couple reside on their farm in Shelbyville.

  • Marvin Eugene and Anna Frances Satterly Ockerman celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary Dec. 23, 2011, and Christmas holiday with family at the Ockerman’s home in Bardstown.

  • This article is courtesy of the History of Kentucky by Lewis Collins and J.A. and U.P. James, published in 1847. It was reprinted by the Henry Clay Press, Lexington, Ky., in 1968.
    Of all that has been written about the frontiersmen of Kentucky, Daniel Boone undoubtedly became the popular favorite. Yet it was men like Bland Ballard, Simon Kenton and others who deserved more accolades than they received.

  • What happens when your partner does not measure up to your expectations? How does this happen, especially when at the beginning of the relationship, the thoughts were much different than they are now?
    Maybe you…
    •Yearn for a mate and marriage that fits your ideal more closely, that measures up to your hopes and dreams...
    •Are frustrated with your mate’s failure to share your interests as you think an ideal mate should...
    •Regret your choice of a mate though you may not admit it even to yourself...

  • Rena Baird shared her pecan praline tort with friends at the Waterford Homemakers’ December meeting. It was the first time she used the recipe. She wanted to try something different.