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Today's Features

  •  An afterschool program that makes children wish they had classes on the weekend seems too good to be true. But that's exactly what Oldham County resident Sarah Cotten has found at All About Kids.

  • Gov. Steve Beshear has appointed the following Oldham County residents to state boards and commissions. Reappointed to the Board of Nursing to serve for terms expiring June 30, 2017: Anne H. Veno, of Crestwood, is a health care executive and registered nurse at the Episcopal Church Home. She represents Leading Age Kentucky.

  • Paul Bradshaw Jr., Crestwood, Kentucky, has been elected as an alternate delegate to the 130th Annual American Angus Association Convention of Delegates, November 18 in Louisville, Kentucky, reports Bryce Schumann, CEO of the American Angus Association.
    Bradshaw is one of 302 Angus breeders who have been elected by fellow members to serve as an alternate state representative to the annual meeting.
    The American Angus Association has nearly 25,000 active members and is the largest beef breed organization in the world.

  • Al Braca worked on the 105th floor of Tower One of the World Trade Center. He worked for a company whose tremendous loss of life was one of the first stories reported in the aftermath of September 11th. The company was Cantor Fitzgerald, and Al was one of their corporate bond traders.

  • Artist Lea Ann Luce’s love of art began early, surfacing in the first grade, expanding in high school and building even further at University of Kentucky’s school of art. 

    Today, in addition to her own active work in various media, she is committed to teaching art to children, passing along the love of art that she was given as a youngster. 

  • What started out as a trip to pick up a cat has turned in to so much more for Fred and Dottie Fellows of La Grange.

    Three years ago the Fellows went to the Animal Care Society to adopt a cat after their last cat passed away.

    “We thought about not getting another one,” Fred Fellows said. “And we made it about a week before we decided it was just too lonely without a pet.”

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  • A local fitness center offered $1,000 to anyone who could demonstrate that they were stronger than the owner of the center. The owner would squeeze a lemon until all the juice ran into a glass, and then hand the lemon to the next challenger. Anyone who could squeeze just one more drop of juice out would win the money. Weightlifters, construction workers, even professional athletes all tried, but nobody could win the prize.

  • When most children turn 11 they try to have an awesome party at a fun place. They might take all their friends out to Chuck E. Cheese or a video game arcade.

    Emma MacNiven decided for her birthday bash on Sept. 14, she would like to have a fundraiser and instead of presents, she wants donations.

    While this may seem like an odd choice for a girl turning 11, Emma’s life has been affected by a disorder known as Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS). The syndrome took her twin brothers back in 1989, robbing her of the chance to meet them.