Another week, another discussion regarding that pesky 911 services contract with the Kentucky State Police. This time the meeting was held in the city hall annex with representatives from the city, county and 911 commission present.
Once again politics reared its ugly head and participants argued over whether or not to stick with KSP or go a different route. Members of the 911 commission were annoyed that their voice was being drowned out by what Taylorsville-Spencer County Fire Chief Nathan Nation said was in essence the loud bellowing of one solitary person.
Why is it that the perfect time to dig and divide your iris bed is in July at the height of the season’s heat? For bearded iris it’s because they go through a dormant period in the summer. This hardy perennial is a beautiful spring bloomer that is virtually immune to diseases. But to ensure health and vigor you should divide your bearded iris every three to five years. If they receive adequate sunlight (at least 6 hours a day) but do not bloom well then it is definitely time to divide.
In the parable from Matthew 13, Jesus compares sharing the Gospel to planting a crop. It seems that the farmer in this parable had some mixed results from his planting efforts. Let’s take a look at the text and see what we can learn.
Open Door Christian hosting Vacation Bible School
Open Door Christian Center at 2345 Taylorsville Road in Bloomfield is hosting Vacation Bible School July 21-24 from 6-8 p.m. Children through ages 12 are welcome and the event is free. This year’s theme is God’s Backyard Bible Camp.
Maintaining a controlled breeding and calving season can be one of the most important management tools for cow-calf producers. Uniform, heavier and more valuable calves are key reasons to keep the breeding season short. Plus, more efficient cow supplementation and cow herd health programs are products of a short breeding season. However, you shouldn’t convert from yearlong breeding to a shortened breeding season without a lot of planning.
The story is told of the colorful, nineteenth-century gifted violinist, Niccolo Paganini, who on one occasion was performing before a packed house, playing a difficult piece of music, accompanied by a full orchestra giving him magnificent support.