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Today's Features

  • Did you know that the first bone of a large unknown reptile was discovered in 1822?  It was discovered by Mary Ann Mantell and later named “Iguanodon” by her husband. As the years proceeded archeologists found more and more bones and skeletons from these mysterious giant reptiles now known as dinosaurs.  

  • Five-year-old Johnny was in the kitchen as his mother made supper. She asked him to go into the pantry and get her a can of tomato soup, but he didn’t want to go in alone.
    “It’s dark in there and I’m scared.”
    She asked again, and he persisted. Finally, she said, “It’s OK, Jesus will be in there with you.”
    Johnny walked hesitantly to the door and slowly opened it. He peeked inside, saw it was dark, and started to leave when all at once an idea came, and he said, “Jesus, if you’re in there, would you hand me that can of tomato soup?”

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    Many locals watched the “Catfish” episode that aired on MTV a few weeks ago featuring Crestwood resident Crystal Ramsey and former member of the Louisville rap group Nappy Roots, R. Prophet, but what some may not know is Ramsey’s side of the story. 

  •  As we celebrate our national independence and the gift of liberty that comes with being Americans, I also want to celebrate the wonderful series of checks and balances that exist in our three branches of power in the U.S. Government.  

  •  Two cows were grazing alongside a highway when a tanker carrying milk passed the field they were in. On the side of the truck in big red letters were the words, “Pasteurized, homogenized, standardized, Vitamin A added.”

    One cow turned to the other and remarked, “Makes you feel sort of inadequate, doesn’t it?”

  • Last Thursday, May 7, the Oldham County Ministerial Association hosted two prayer events, at noon at the La Grange Courthouse, and at 7 p.m. at the John Black Community Center.  Both were attended by the largest crowds we have had at such prayer events since the first National Day of Prayer event after 9/11.

  • Jo Ross has spent 48 years in the fashion industry learning the ins and outs of fast-paced runway shows, working internationally to produce shows in places such as Peru, Prague and Mexico, reporting on fashion for local newspapers and TV stations and curating costume exhibits for many local museums. In all that time she has learned a wealth of information she often shares with others through special programs relating to the textile industry.