A Ft. Lauderdale advertising agency launched a billboard campaign sponsored by an anonymous client. You may have seen some of these clever signs. Some of my favorites include, “Let’s meet at my house Sunday before the game – God.” “What part of ‘Thou Shalt Not...’ didn’t you understand? – God” “Loved the wedding, invite me to the marriage – God” “Will the road you’re on get you to my place?
The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet has officially opened the reconstructed portion of Ky. 393 near Centerfield in Oldham County. Transportation Secretary Joe Prather was joined Tuesday by local officials in cutting a ribbon for the roadway, which extends from Interstate 71 to Ky. 22.
Ballardsville Baptist Church hosted the Oldham County Hymn Sing Nov. 11. Mrs. Boots Covington from Eminence Baptist Church gave a hearty welcome. There were 12 folks in attendance and 10 churches represented.
Deer harvest saves taxpayer money To the editor: In recent weeks I’ve been reading about the I-71 deer issues and am a little disturbed about what is being said. I went to school to earn a degree in wildlife management and have also been an avid hunter for 20 years. Mayor Carter has made it clear she is against hunting on the property but calling it irresponsible to allow bow hunting shows her ignorance. It takes lots of time to become a successful bow hunter, not to mention patience.