Breckenridge County, Kentucky is located in north central Kentucky, 65 miles southwest of Louisville, and 45 miles east of Owensboro on U.S 60. Breckenridge is bordered by Hancock, Meade, Ohio, Hardin and Grayson Counties in Kentucky, and Perry County in Indiana. The Ohio River is north of the
Although it’s July, many have started making back-to-school plans. Being a grandmother, I have mixed emotions. School is certainly essential; but, I will miss the scheduling freedom my grandchildren have enjoyed for two months.
People who think they’re going to keep others from making the same mistakes they themselves made just by telling others about their own situation and warning them not to go down the same path they took are delusional. Nobody is going to listen to your warnings, not when it comes to personal rela
Do we know the value of God’s word? Many consider it worthless. Yet, those who are spiritually minded (I Cor. 1:18), and love the Lord, place great value upon God’s word. What makes the word of God priceless?
DOUBT'S SHADOW: The other day I was watching television when a headline came across the bottom of the screen which disturbed me, quite a bit.
Floating Ax heads; Talking Donkeys, and Cool Furnaces…
Bracken County, Kentucky is located in Northern Kentucky, along the Ohio River. It is bordered by Mason, Pendleton, Robertson and Harrison counties, and occupies 206 square miles in area. The population in 2000 was 8,279. The county was founded in 1796.
Although summer break is coming to an end, summer weather—and hazards—will continue. However, there are a few things you can do to help keep your family safe, happy, and healthy for the rest of the season, especially while enjoying the great outdoors.
This summer, my daughters and I have made walking a priority. We often walk twice a day (to break up the distance), trying to improve our health. I have noticed that I have to plan my other activities around the time used walking and showering.
On Saturday morning, I get a call from my husband, Garey, that the power outage from the night before has knocked our computer at New Image out of commission. “The phone line is out also, and the computer is saying NO SIGNAL,” he says. I tell him I’ll be right there, even though I was hoping to