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Today's Features

  •   Her slight frame suggested fragility, yet beneath a delicate outward appearance was an undeniable strength of character and indefatigable spirit that inspired those who came to know and love Verna Kathryn Kemper Payne. 

  •  Here we are in mid-February, and we haven’t had two full weeks of winter weather and that was stretched out in one or two-day increments. Basketball season is already talking about the final tournaments and golf is taking up most of the sports programs on TV throughout the weekends. 

  • by Roger Alford

    Maybe you heard about the little boy who asked his dad if he could have a dollar for a little old lady down at the park.

     Touched by his son’s generosity, the man gave him the dollar.

     “But tell me,” the father said, “is the little old lady too feeble to work?”

  •  A number of years ago, one of my daughters was a “secret shopper.”

    She actually got paid to go into restaurants and eat or clothing stores and shop. All she had to do was be inconspicuous as she observed the store’s employees.

  • Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church

    God’s love is shining!  “Angels Among Us” was joyfully sung by Barry Winkle. “And now abideth faith, hope, love, these three: but the greatest of these is love,” I Cor. 13:13. Jesus’ love is warming the hearts of the lost and great things are happening at Mt. Pleasant! The prayers of the faithful are being answered!  James Goodrich accepted the Lord as His Savior and came forward Sunday morning! Remember to pray for all of our new Christians!

  • Mildred Bond Cammack of Sparta will celebrate her 100th birthday on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, with family and friends at Gallatin Nursing & Rehab. Mrs. Cammack was married to the late Lester Cammack and lived on a farm near Sparta. Mrs. Cammack was an only child and has one son, Jim Cammack, and one grandson, F. Scott Cammack and several great-grandchildren. She retired in 1983 from Kentucky state government and was named a Kentucky colonel. 

  •  Feb. 1, 2017 

     

    Cattle receipts: 717

    Previous week: 423

    Last year: 726

     

    Compared to last week: Feeder steers and heifers sold steady-firm, slaughter cows steady, bulls $2-$4 higher.

     

  • by Steve Musen

    During the winter months, home orchard owners need to protect their fruit trees from rabbits and voles. But hold off on any pruning until after the worst of the cold, winter weather has passed.

    Rabbits and voles injure fruit trees by chewing the bark from the lower trunk and portions of the roots. This damage may kill or severely weaken the trees.

  • by Jeneen Wiche 

    Cut flowers are undoubtedly the most popular manifestation of showing your love for someone on Valentine’s Day but potted flowering plants can do the trick, too. Perhaps the potted bloom has the potential to remind your lover that the sentiment lasts all year, but what does it mean if you can’t get it to bloom again? Is your love doomed? Of course not, but here are some tips just in case.

  • It galloped across Kentucky, leaving devastation in its wake, but its destructive power also affected the lives of almost every American.  Many were at a loss as to how to fight this deadly enemy, and before it vanished the following year, 675,000 Americans had succumbed to its attack.