Protecting Our Right to Hunt and Fish on November Ballot:On November 6th voters will head to the polls to cast their ballot for President, Congress, state House and Senate, and some local offices. But Kentuckians will also have an opportunity to cast their vote on the following proposal
October is a popular vacation month. Many school calendars include a fall break, providing an opportunity for families to spend time together. The Butler County Schools District’s fall break was the first week in October.
About 2 years ago, our six year old son, Jax, got it into his head that we were going to Disney World. Jax has been saving every single piece of change he has “found” which included change that may have been inadvertently left on a counter, dresser, the car, or in my purse. In other words, if t
As I have aforementioned, I received my early education at a two-room school at New Cypress, in Muhlenberg County.
Have you seen the commercial in which the little girl is interviewing the sports star? She asks questions about the guy’s favorite color, favorite animal, his bedtime, his choice of hash browns or home fries and if he likes the dress she picked out for the interview. He turns to the room of pro
Have you ever thought about where popular slogans such as “Where’s The Beef” and “We Do Chicken Right” originated?
With the presidential election only one month away, we’re seeing media coverage, advertisements, and candidate debates. But, Tuesday, November 6, will end all that for four more years.
Never Give Up Hopeby Jason A.
When Jason was 13, he won first place in a writing contest. The essay question was, "What advice would you give to the person you were five years ago and why?" Below is his award winning response.
If propriety is still, at least, considered somewhat of a virtue, there are certain domains in which we should tread in good taste. The marriage bedroom is such a domain. And procreation plus its withalls and therewiths is another.
I have a book that one of my kids got at a book fair in elementary school called Baseball Saved Us, by Ken Mochizuki. It is the story of Japanese families in an internment camp during WWII. The camp was in the United States. After Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, the US government viewed Japanese Am