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No shows during cold at community center
I guess, I could talk about the snow, but I guess this has been an already daily discussion.
Parts not just parts at Berea College Farm Store
In the cold, dark days of a January winter, what could be more comforting than a big, hot bowl of chicken soup?
Be careful with de-icers
When snow and ice occur, one of the first things we do (other than making sure we have plenty of milk and bread) is to begin applying de-icers to our sidewalks and steps.
Tobacco growers meeting Thursday in Stanford
The South Central Kentucky tobacco grower’s meeting will take place 6 p.m. Thursday at the Lincoln County Extension Office in Stanford
Children need adults to ‛Phil’ a need
If you have read some of my past articles, ya’ll know that I like to be sentimental.
Snow days were more difficult ― and fun ― than today
Pat Winkler recently told me some of her memories of growing up in Newby.
She recalled winter days with snow drifts four and five feet high on Goggins Lane.
Changing terms confuse us older folks
I was just thinking the other day about how confused we old folks stay because so many terms have changed since we were young.
Site of Tri-County Feed and Fertilizer has long history
Tri-County Feed and Fertilizer, at 124 S. Estill Ave., is near where East Main Street crosses the CSX railroad. There has been a farm supply business at this location for generations. In the early days, most supplies came to Richmond by rail
Zaring Mill was at the edge of downtown
The Zaring Mill was established in 1892 by J.W. Zaring. It was located on the banks of Dreaming Creek in what is now downtown Richmond. The CVS drug store and Family Dollar store now occupy that location.
Road to independence not paved with pity
“Honey, please wash the dishes and vacuum the floor today while I’m at work,” a parent leaves on a note to their child before they leave in the morning. “P.S. Try not to call or text me at work unless it’s an emergency,” is added at the bottom.
Just after lunch, the parent’s phone vibrates. A text message has been received.
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