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Today's News

  • In the Service of Print

    Community newspapers are unique creatures in the printing world.

    When print publication reached its peak and took a southern nose dive in the early aughts -- leaving the massive metropolitan outlets to shed staff and cut pages -- media scholars and moguls scratched their heads. They couldn’t figure out how these small-circulation, local-specific, mom-and-pop papers seemed to be getting along without them.

  • Everyone’s good here

    One of the most memorable places I’ve ever been is the House of Anne Frank in Amsterdam. One of the most startling lines I have ever read in any book was the quote in Anne Frank’s book The Diary of a Young Girl that read: “I do believe that deep within his (her) heart, every person is good.” She made this statement as she was being hunted down by the Nazis.

  • The distinction between Christianity and religion

    Our kids are not perfect. Neither are parents for that matter. I believe with my entire being that my faith in Jesus Christ, and the truth of the scriptures has been the key to just about everything I have ever done right as a father.

  • Short story about a tall family

    Occasionally, I will see someone whose height catches my eye. It doesn’t happen very often though, because I live with tall people. So, if someone appears tall to me, that means they are extraordinarily giant like.

    At 6’4”, hubby is a full foot taller than I am. For years, he was the tallest in the family until our son bypassed him, topping out at 6’6”. Our daughter tried to catch up, but stopped growing at just over six foot. None of them play basketball, but thank you for asking.

  • Uncle Bob's Cooking: Fish Fry Time

    Buy it or cook it yourself

    Almost every country in the world has fish as a major food source.  Fish as a food source has a history thousands of years old. 

    Ancient Romans, Vikings, and Pilgrims that colonized America ate fish. 

    All of the immigrants that came to America brought recipes for fish from Ireland, France, Italy, England, China, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Greece and hundreds more. 

    Over the thousands of years of fish as food catching fish included hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling, and trapping. 

  • Public Records: March 11, 2015

    La Grange Police Arrests

    Mar. 6 -- Erick J. Hibbard, 33, La Grange, was arrested for possession of controlled substance, first degree.

    Mar. 7 -- Klay M. Hetrick, 25, La Grange, was arrested for assault, fourth degree (minor injury).

    Mar 7 -- David A. Mefford, 29, Campbellsburg, was arrested for no registration plates, operating on suspended or revoked operator’s license.

    Mar. 9 -- Jarrell L. Rice, 21, Louisville, was cited for possession of marijuana, possession of open alcoholic beverage contained in motor vehicle, prohibited.

  • Metro United Way heads to state Capitol for Live United Day

     

  • This Week In Brief: March 11, 2015

    Horse Health Seminar
    Oldham County Extension is offering a free Horse Health Seminar on March 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Extension Office.  Local equine veterinarian Dr. Jeff Willard will discuss recommended vaccinations and parasite control at this free seminar.  Call 222-9453 to register. 

  • PRESS RELEASE: Baptist Health volunteer program president retires

    The Era recieved a marvelous press release about a local resident who spent 18 years as a hospital volunteer before recently retiring. We present it here in full for our readers. 

     

    When Alta Haunsz decided to go to nursing school in 1948, she probably didn’t expect to be actively involved in a hospital setting 67 years later, but she wouldn’t have it any other way.

  • PRESS RELEASE: Apple Patch receives funds, recognition

    A Crestwood organization dedicated to serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities garnered attention in the halls of the state Capitol last Friday.

    On Mar. 6, the organization Apple Patch received its charitable contribution from the Prospect Chamber of Commerce and the formal recognition before the state Senate chamber in Frankfort via Sen. Ernie Harris. R- Prospect.