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Caudill first, Central second in state archery tournaments
B. Michael Caudill Middle School captured first place in its division at the 2014 National Archery in the Schools Kentucky state championship March 17-18 in Louisville
Madison Central High School placed second in its division.
Hamlet, Ophelia given sharp portrayals at EKU Center
They may not have packed the house the way a rock ’n’ roll band could have, but The Acting Company’s cast of “Hamlet” delivered an intense as well as entertaining performance Wednesday night at the EKU Center for the Arts.
Empty Bowls helps fill empty bellies
Around 250 handmade bowls were filled to the brim Thursday with soups like Autumn Veggie, Ecuadorian Quinoa and Peanut or Smokey Kale and White Bean for the annual Empty Bowls event at Berea College.
Let’s go to Jackson, and I don’t mean Mississippi
The Jackson I have been to this week is right here in Richmond. If you get to 203 S. Third St. in Richmond, that is where you will find “Jackson’s,” owned and operated by Sean Jackson.
Life Story: Your history can help you and your family
Memories can be very powerful. They remind us of life’s ups and downs, times of growth, maturity, good times and bad.
Empty Bowls tonight at Berea College
Members of the Berea community will the opportunity to help address hunger by purchasing a simple meal of soup and a hand-made bowl from 5:30 to 7 p.m. tonight during the Empty Bowls event at the Berea College Woods-Penniman Building.
All of the bowls were created by the Berea College Ceramic Apprenticeship Program or donated by local potters.
Tell me about the good old days
Growing up in the hills of West Virginia, one of my favorite pastimes was to listen to the stories passed down through my family.
Bull breeding soundness exams March 25
Make sure your bulls are ready to go as we approach the spring breeding season. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday, the Madison County Beef Cattle Association will offer breeding soundness exams on bulls from Madison County beef producers.
Make first strike against crabgrass
Every year, a fierce battle is fought for supremacy in our lawns. Weeds often rear their ugly heads, sending you scrambling for the right herbicide to control their spread.
Spring babies are arriving
We may have begun celebrating St. Paddy’s Day with an inch of ice on everything, but the calendar claims that spring is due to arrive Thursday. Let’s hope a moratorium of temperatures below 40 will come along with that decree!
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