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The BookwormCatsup and mustard. Cookies and milk. Salt and pepper. Dogs and kids. Hugs and kisses.Yep, some things just naturally go together and if you’ve got a vacation coming up, you’re going to want to take a good book with you, right?So look for...
Fewer fruits signify summer in Kentucky more than fresh blackberries. This wild fruit has been tamed through the years, but wild or tame, they are still satisfying The peak season for blackberries in Kentucky is June through July. A half cup serving of...
Contributing WriterAs I write this, I am listening to the rumble of thunder and rain pelting the windows. Last week, the wind was so strong, I thought our house was going to tumble down the hill. The weather is unsettled as we move into spring. I just hope we don’t...
Tags: Baking Powder, Weather, Pecans, Cheese, Human Interest
This week one of Clark County’s residents will be turning 95 on the day this article should be in print. I want to tell Mr. Verne G. Orndorff happy birthday, and congratulate him on his longevity and his many accomplishments throughout his lifetime....
Contributing WriterAs I write this, we still have quite a bit of snow on the ground. The nighttime temperatures have been in the single digits. Even though winter is in full swing, some of the Boyle County Farmers Market vendors already have planted seeds in greenhouses...
Tags: Cinnamon, Pies and Tarts, Elections, Apples, Nutmeg
firstname.lastname@example.orgSnow and some ice across most of the area Thursday caused dicey driving conditions, but emergency responders said accidents on the roadways were minor. The latest dose of winter weather that started Thursday afternoon brought several inches of snow that...
Tags: Weather, Weather Reports, Snow Storms, Vehicles
email@example.comWith another winter storm rolling into the area today, officials in some counties are eyeing their dwindling road salt supplies warily. Multiple snow and ice storms in December have caused counties throughout the area to use much more salt than usual....
Tags: Snow Storms, Budgets and Budgeting
Contributing WriterNew officers were elected for the 2011 Boyle County Farmers’ Market. Gary Taylor, Knobview Farm, is the new market manager. If you are interested in becoming a member of our growing Farmers’ Market, contact Gary at (859) 332-2539 for details....
firstname.lastname@example.orgForecasts calling for snow across the area throughout the day forced school officials and road crews into early action. Area dispatchers hadn’t had any weather-related calls as of 9 a.m., but with as much as 4 inches of accumulation possible,...
Tags: Louisville, Lincoln, Weather, Weather Reports, Snow Storms
Contributing WriterWelcome 2011! We hope everyone had a good holiday and enjoyed some extra time to rest and renew themselves. Barrie and I stayed up long enough to watch the ball drop in Times Square and toast in the new year. After a day of cleaning out closets and doing...
Tags: Times Square, Butter, Onions, Potatoes, Foods and Beverages
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