A dear friend posted an article on Facebook about a mother who explained to her growing, inquisitive child about being on “Santa’s Team.” It was a sweet article that every parent would appreciate. Have you ever thought about the vast reach of Santa’s Team? In fact, I cannot remember when I wasn’t a member of Santa’s Team. It is one of my joys in life.
Logan and Adam Light exhibited their dairy goats during the North American International Livestock Show held in Louisville, Nov. 8-17. Overall they had an outstanding showing during the highly competitive classes by exhibiting in the top four in showmanship and the breed classes. The Light’s also showed at the Kentucky State Fair in August.
For the third time in three court appearances, a Taylorsville woman charged in a Main Street meth lab case was taken into custody following her court appearance.
Karen Cook, 40, formerly of Taylorsville, now of Louisville, turned herself in this summer after police found an active meth lab in an apartment in the 100 block of West Main Street.
Family and Consumer Science Cooperative Extension Agent Allison Lewis provided her assistance at the Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency to teach these lovely ladies and others how to make decor-mesh wreaths.
While the national media gnashes its teeth about Kobe Bryant’s come-back, Robinson Cano’s bank roll, and Jameis Winston’s well-being (sniff), let us visit the Department of Amazing: Bowling Green High’s football team won a third straight state championship last weekend. The Purples finished 14-0. Bowling Green has a 44-game win streak.
Last time the Purples didn’t win a game, star running back with a marvelous name, Blue Tisdale, was in seventh grade. Amazing.
In just four years, Collins High School in Shelby County has risen to be one of the perennial powers in Class 4A football in Kentucky. They’ve advanced deep into the playoffs each season, last season making it to the championship game, and this year claiming the title with a 38-35 win over favored Ft. Thomas Highlands.
Kentucky agricultural cash receipts could approach or possibly exceed, $6 billion in 2013, boosted by exceptionally strong equine, poultry and cattle markets, according to agricultural economists from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.
Citizens Union Bancorp of Shelbyville Inc. the parent company for Citizen Union Bank, Shelbyville and First Farmers Bank, Owenton, announced the following executive management appointments effective Dec. 1, as approved by the parent company and respective affiliate bank Boards of Directors: