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Today's Features

  • Bluegrass Gospel Show at Calvary Christian

    Calvary Christian Church is hosting a Bluegrass Gospel show featuring the Po’ Rambling Boys on Sunday, Oct. 2nd at 6 p.m. Calvary Christian Church is located in Mt. Washington at 11829 Hwy. 44 (across from Bullitt East High School). There is no admission charge and everyone is invited.

  • Do you notice the people in the other cars as you drive down the road? I mean sure, we watch for turn signals and to get hints of how that person is driving, but do you ever actually see that person?

    Sometimes on a highway you get a few seconds to really observe someone.  I’ve seen ladies putting on make-up, and I even remember one guy who was driving and reading the newspaper. Talk about distracted driving, and that was way before cell phones.

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  • It seems that, once again, we (meaning the collective gardening public) have disregarded the imperative known as diversity…it applies to more than the plant world, too.

  • A lot of jokes and stories start with, “There are two kinds of people in the world.”  Here is my contribution. There are two kinds of people, those that love to mow the lawn and those that don’t

    I fall in the latter category. I love the fall when the lawn stops growing.  I love it when I can stow the mower and the trimmer for the winter.  On the other hand, I like a well kept lawn, so I get out there every week and get it done.

  • Van Buren Baptist Church Anniversary/Homecoming

    Van Buren Baptist Church  will be celebrating its 40th anniversary of their church building on September 25, 2016.
    The church was started in 1950 by Rev. Lewis Searcy and others in the community of Van Buren. In 1976, the church had to relocate and purchase land on Fairmount Road due to the creation of Taylorsville Lake.

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    Members of Second Baptist Church commemorated their 150th anniversary with a March from First Baptist Church to Second Baptist Church Sunday morning. The church has been celebrating the milestone anniversary all year.

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    Taylorsville Elementary School Principal Steve Rucker insists on teaching TES students patriotism, as he leads the school in the pledge and the singing of the National Anthem each day during the morning assembly. Recently, he mentioned to PTO President Christie Struck that he wished the school had a larger flag than the smaller one that hung in the corner of the gym.

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    Adam Light and Logan Light participated in the Dairy Goat Show at the Kentucky State Fair.  In the skill-a-thon contest, Logan Light was 2nd in the intermediate division and Adam Light was 1st in the senior division.

    Justin Pietz and Adam Pietz participated with Justin placing fifth in the junior division of the skill-a-thon. Adam exhibited the Grand Champion Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goat in the 4-H Show with his junior doe.