I’ve often wondered about people’s likes and dislikes, personal preferences and aversions. Some are probably part of our raising. You either ate liver loaf sandwiches and drank Big Red for lunch when you were a kid or you didn’t. If you didn’t, you
Last week, we began a study of love in marriage.
Moms have a tough job. Would you agree? Recently people everywhere celebrated Mothers through Mother’s Day. And we should. Moms often work more hours than thinkable to raise their kids and fulfill all the other obligations in and out of the home. And yes.
In the upcoming 2022 primary election I would like to officially endorse Timothy R.
This week marks the return of the mashup column: a mix and match of random facts that, if you’re like me, you had no idea about. Let’s get into it.
The election is coming up in a few days and I want to take a moment and ask for your vote for Butler County PVA. This process started for me back in November and I've been working extremely hard to get out and see as many people as possible.
I knew I had better start praying for Mother’s Day weekend the week before Mother’s Day weekend. Garey’s mom, Aggie, needed two refrigerators and one freezer moved, two of which were in her basement. Garey and his sister, Charlotte, lined up some he
While the Supreme Court obviously wanted to keep its Roe v. Wade conversation confidential, President Joe Biden is making no secret of his disdain for public charter schools.
Something that needs to be seen is the love expressed between a man and woman in marriage.
BELTON, KY— To continue a recap of the 2022 Session, I would like to share about legislation that passed related to government and/or the legislative or judicial process. I will report on 14 bills that became law with a brief summary of their significance.