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Today's Features

  • David Clark of Finchville submitted these old family photos.

  • The hundreds of times I have been doing counseling with a couple who expressed this sentiment at the beginning of their counseling program reminds me of one of the most ridiculous advertisements of a product being offered: “just three easy payments,” “just three easy steps,” etc. How do they know that? And furthermore, if I am stupid enough to believe that offer, I should be ashamed of my use of my God-given intelligence if I buy that product or that offer.

  • The hundreds of times I have been doing counseling with a couple who expressed this sentiment at the beginning of their counseling program reminds me of one of the most ridiculous advertisements of a product being offered: “just three easy payments,” “just three easy steps,” etc. How do they know that? And furthermore, if I am stupid enough to believe that offer, I should be ashamed of my use of my God-given intelligence if I buy that product or that offer.

  • Dear Savvy Senior,
    Is it important to compare Medicare Part D prescription drug plans every year? My pharmacist recommends it, but it’s such a hassle sorting through all those different plans. What can you tell me?
    Confused Beneficiary

    Dear Confused,

  • Dear Savvy Senior,
    In the news last month there was a public health alert urging all baby boomers to get tested for hepatitis C. Is this really necessary, and if so, what are the testing and treatment procedures?
    Weary Wanda

    Dear Wanda,

  • In the late ‘90s, my favorite national-brand peanut butter came out with a silky-smooth chocolate version. I kept a box of crackers and a jar of the chocolate peanut butter on my desk at work for the late afternoon blahs. It was truly wonderful. They did make other flavors, but I never bothered with them. There was no point when there was chocolate peanut butter in the world.
    Eventually, it was taken off the market and I moved on. I tried not to think about it too much, but from time to time I thought of it and wished there was a way to have it again.

  • When in your life did you feel “I don’t need anybody” or  “I can do it all myself”? When did this happen in your life? What took place to develop this thought?
    Now, some of you had to fend for yourselves when you should have been able to depend on others to help you. This can happen when adults in your life have virtually abandoned the responsibility to care for you, so you were forced to grow up and survive by taking good care of yourself, or you may not have survived.

  • Once when I was a kid, I had the audacity to ask my grandmother why she was wearing so much makeup. And believe me, it was a lot. Not in the bold eyeliner and big lashes kind of way, but just thick. Like if she talked too much it would start to fall off in chunks.
    Early in our lives we learn to filter the words we say. That’s part of growing up. Now that I’m grown up, I try to censor what comes out of my mouth. Of course sometimes what I think is not quite as charitable.

  • I saw on the news where this one state had a seat belt law that you had to buckle up your dog, and if you were caught with your dog not buckled up it was a bigger fine than it would be if you were caught with your child not buckled up. When I grew up and someone mistreated their children people would say that they are treating their children worse than you would treat a dog. A lot of dogs now are treated better than a lot of children.

  • Revival Weekend starts Friday
    A Dowtown Taylorsville Revival Weekend is planned for Friday and Saturday on Water Street behind the Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Station 1.
    The event will feature “Face to Face,” Bob Rogers Ministries, at 5 p.m. on Friday.
    Events for Saturday include a youth revival with “Seraphim” Refuge Youth Ministries from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and “Engage,” Christian Crossing Lifeline Center Pastor Marvin Redmon and other guest speakers beginning at 5 p.m.