RICHMOND — Children of all ages came to the Valentine's party Monday at the Madison County Public Library-Richmond to make custom valentines and play “crazy Valentine games.
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Minerich buys winery property for $730,000
Lowell and Katherine Land’s dream of converting their Poosey Ridge property from a tobacco farm to a vineyard and winery ended with a foreclosure auction Tuesday morning.
Board may ask cities, county for smoking ban
At a special called meeting Wednesday evening, the Madison County Health Board will consider asking the county’s three local governments to ban smoking in indoor public places.
Band students ‛take over’ MCHS campus
The Madison Central High School campus has been “taken over” for two weeks by 170 students attending band camp.
Three arrested on trafficking charges Friday, Saturday
Richmond Police reported arresting a local man and a Nicholasville man Saturday on drug trafficking charges based on evidence gathered from separate investigations.
Campers learn hazards of the ‛wild’
Fifteen “Child vs. Wild” campers crowded around a plate full of gooey marshmallows, freshly toasted by camp leaders on a St. Mark Catholic School stovetop Monday.
- Minerich buys winery property for $730,000
OVC FOOTBALL: EKU picked fourth in preseason poll
Eastern Kentucky University’s football team has never been picked lower than fourth in any Ohio Valley Conference preseason poll.
L.L. BASEBALL: Senior stars shine, while Juniors fall
The Richmond All-Stars opened play in the Kentucky Little League State Senior League and Junior League Tournaments on Monday at Madison Central High School.
GLENMORE: Miracle Memorial Scramble a success
Last Saturday, 45 people teed it up in a drizzle at the Madison Country Club in the second-annual Ed Miracle Memorial Golf Scramble.
- OVC FOOTBALL: EKU picked fourth in preseason poll
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Starting over at Head Start
All I ever wanted to be was a journalist. Having worked on my high school and college newspapers, I knew it was the career for me.
I love talking to people, listening to their stories, being creative every day and experiencing new things. But as you know, news happens outside the hours of 9 to 5, and my job here at the Register rarely stayed within that time frame.
- They don’t make strawberries as they did back in the old days
- Baby boomers have let technology rob their grandchildren of the joys of youth
- Starting over at Head Start