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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!
I’m still remembering when I was young
I was just thinking the other day about how different things were when I was young. I was puzzled about why that has been on my mind so much lately.
Some planes flew too low in Madison County
My husband has always had a love of flying. Anything concerning planes will make his ears perk right up.
BAC painting class starts April 1
Spring is time for dusting off and learning something new!
The Berea Arts Council is hosting a six-week watercolor class, meeting 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays starting April 1.
PACA Closet accepting used formals
Do you have formal dresses in your closet that you won’t wear again?
The Pattie A. Clay Auxiliary is hosting its first consignment sale for gently used formal gowns.
The sale is 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Baptist Health Education Center, 2150 Lexington Road.
Hamlet at the EKU Center for the Arts Wednesday
Hamlet may be a Renaissance play about a young man coming of age in the Middle Ages, but the human issues the Shakespearean characters face are timeless.
That’s why the Bard’s plays continue to be performed daily around the world nearly 400 years after his death, said Ian Belknap, artistic director of The Acting Company, which brings its traveling production of Hamlet to the EKU Center for the Arts on Wednesday.
New ideas for the little corn muffin mi
New ideas for the little corn muffin mix
The baking club recently had a class on how to use the Jiffy Corn Bread mix in different dishes besides cornbread. I hope you try some of these new ways to use a very inexpensive item.
Shop your refrigerator, part two: Casseroles
Last article, we wrote about making soup out of leftover ingredients you have around the house. With this winter giving us one more round of snow early in the month, a hot bowl of soup turned out to be a good way to stay warm while staying home.
Victory through Stratagems: the Allied Invasion of Normandy France on June 6th 1944
Dr. Ralph Thompson a former chemistry professor at Eastern Kentucky University spoke on the “Deceptions of WWII” to the Central Kentucky World War II Roundtable.
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