One of my (3) DAR Patriots is Thomas Martin.
Do you know someone over the age of 55 who is looking to volunteer in their spare time?
Brand new shoes are now on the feet of 100 Butler County children thanks to the Happy Feet Equals Learning Feet program.
For some of us, the thought of a spider makes us run for a big shoe. Stop before you do that. Most spiders in Kentucky will not harm you, and in fact, spiders play an important role in a healthy ecosystem, controlling insect pests that raid our gardens.
Volunteering is a win-win for volunteers and the organizations they serve. In Kentucky 4-H and the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, our volunteers are invaluable to us, but they may not realize that volunteering may help them too.
Sunday August 1, Monticello celebrated 216 years.
The development of agricultural ecosystem credit markets, specifically carbon markets, is a hot topic in the popular press and Washington, DC. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that 10% of carbon dioxide, a primary greenhouse gas, is emitted by the agricultural se
Brother Greg Fields and New Zion Missionary Baptist Church invite you to join us at these upcoming events:
Last Friday night, the City of Rochester entertained the community with an impressive fireworks display at dusk. Mayor Martha Roe thanked their Volunteer Fire Department for safely setting off the fireworks.