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Today's Features

  • We live in fearful times. Overseas an ambassador is murdered, embassies are attacked, and our troops are still in danger in Afghanistan. Riots in the streets endanger American travelers throughout North Africa and the Middle East. But it isn’t just overseas, everyday it seems there is a murder, a robbery or some other danger not far from our back door.
    Then throw in an unsettled economy, high unemployment, job losses, salary cutbacks, and a there is plenty of fear to go around.

  • Dear Savvy Senior,
    Where can I find help for depression? My husband, who’s 68, has become lethargic and very irritable over the past year, and I’m concerned that he’s depressed.
    Worried Wife

    Dear Worried,
    Depression is unfortunately a widespread problem among U.S. seniors, affecting approximately 15 percent of the 65-and-older population. Here’s what you should know, along with some tips and resources for screening and treatments.

    Recognizing Depression

  • What I am writing about today does not come with a “money-back guarantee,” but is considered to be strong suggestions and helpful hints that will ensure that your family is, or will be, more healthy than unhealthy.

  • I have long been interested in making my own beauty or personal care products, like hand lotion, lip balm and other toiletries. I found a recipe for lip balm on a blog one Christmas and thought it would make a nice present for my mama and youngest brother who were visiting that year.

  • Chapter 1

    Go to www.kypress.com to hear Woody read each chapter and try the interactive chapter activities. Thanks to Kentucky Utilities/LG&E, Kentucky Office for Adventure Tourism, Kentucky Press Association and Newspaper in Education for helping to make this statewide literacy project possible.

    “Well, Woody, it looks as if all your numbers are higher than last year,” the doctor said as he went over my test results.
    “That’s awesome!” I exclaimed, puffing out my chest.

  • Daniel Cooper was state winner of the FFA quiz contest presented by Billy Mitchell, state vice president and Austin Jaggers, state FFA treasurer.

  • Stetson Baird, Brayden Morrow, Darilyn Browning, Rebecca Mobley, Michael Koch, Leah Shelburne, Lilli Hanik, Courtney Jeffiers, Christopher Miles, Apryl Wood, Scott Jeppson, Dalton Stallings, Bradley Thomas, Peter Koch, Hailey Pawley, Dillon Stallings, Sydney Warren, Thomas Koch, and Michelle Thomas participated in the country ham project this year and received the following awards at the Kentucky State Fair.  Thank you to Connie Jeffiers for doing an outstanding job as their club leader!

  • The other day I was balancing my checkbook, and I was reminded about how dangerous those little plastic ATM cards are. Before you know it, you can spend a lot of money on a little bit of nothing. Now don’t get me wrong I like the convenience, but that convenience carries a risk.

  • The other day I was balancing my checkbook, and I was reminded about how dangerous those little plastic ATM cards are. Before you know it, you can spend a lot of money on a little bit of nothing. Now don’t get me wrong I like the convenience, but that convenience carries a risk.