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Today's News

  • Let's be clear

    When we are clear, the world is clear to us.  When we have clarity of mind and heart, we know what to choose, where to go and whom to travel with.  When your body is clear – of chemical toxins, negative emotional residue, excess weight and mental chatter – your soul can proceed in the direction of goodness, truth and beauty.  When your body and mind and heart are all clear, you can move steadfastly in the direction of loving yourself.

  • PREPARING FOR A THANKSGIVING FEAST

    The history of Thanksgiving Day starts with much suffering (starvation and sickness) by the early New England Pilgrams. 

    Then they finally had a bountiful harvest assisted by helpful Indians.  The grateful Pilgrams declared a three-day feast to thank God; which they celebrated with their Indian friends. 

    Thanksgiving is a day of giving thanks for all of our blessings not just food.  Even though it has its roots with religious Pilgrams, it is also celebrated in a secular manner as well.  It is a great American  holiday.

  • School Briefs

    Choir Presents...

    North Oldham choir featuring “The Northern Lights” show choir are excited to present and share with our community, the tenth anniversary of “The Taste Of Broadway” on Nov. 22 & 23 held at the North Oldham Campus in the high school auditorium located at US 42 and 1793.

     Show times and dates for the “Taste Of Broadway” are Friday 7 p.m. and Saturday 2 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the door, $10 for adults $5 for children and students.  Refreshments are served at intermission.  

  • Clinic celebrates with ribbon cutting
  • Community briefs

    Winter Bazaars

    The La Grange Farmers Market and Artisans will host two Winter Bazaars. The Bazaars, slated for Nov. 16 and Dec. 14 will be held at the La Grange Community Center on 307 West Jefferson Street in La Grange from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    Over 25 vendors will have a variety of value-added farm products, crafts, art and gift items. Lunch will be proivded by Nourishment For You and all shoppers can enter to win a Market Basket. For more information, visit www.lagrangefarmersmarket.com.

     

    Library Game Night

  • Military briefs

    Oller graduates

    Army Pvt. Clayton L. Oller has graduated from basic infantry training at Fort Benning, Columbus, Ga.

    During the nine weeks of training, the soldier received training in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid and Army history, core values and traditions.  Additional training included development of basic combat skills and battlefield operations and tactics and experiencing use of various weapons and weapons defenses available to the infantry crewman.

  • KINNEY NAMED NOVEMBER ARTIST OF THE MONTH

    Like many people approaching retirement, Tom Kinney was looking for another outlet to keep active.  Luckily for the many admirers of his jewelry, he decided on metal working. 

    “I never expected to work in the arts,” he said.  “I have a business degree and spent the bulk of my career in retail, then worked another 15 years in residential building and real estate.”

  • Walmart hosts PINK Day event

     

  • Victim service now available as phone app

    The Kentucky Department of Corrections is now providing a free mobile app version of its automated VINE (Victim Information Notification Every day) service. VINE is a free anonymous service that allows victims to register and be notified about changes in the status of Kentucky offenders.

  • Project Guild reflects on nearly five decades of service

    Project Guild of La Grange was founded in August 1964, with 14 young homemakers as charter members. The original purpose of the organization was to enable local residents to serve as assets to each other and to Oldham County.