Signs great for planting flowers

Flowers, flowers, and flowers are the order for the next two days! If you have fall flowers to... More

  • By PHILIP CASE State Journal Columnist
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Deborah Riddle, of Frankfort, and Bill Riddle, of Lawrenceburg, announce the engagement and... More

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League anniversary

Billy and Elizabeth League celebrated the 50th anniversary of their wedding with a reception at... More

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Ridgel anniversary

Gus and Gertrude Ridgel celebrated the 50th anniversary of their wedding on My Old Kentucky... More

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Of local interest

Brooks speaking to Network Christy Brooks, a member of the Kentucky Personnel Cabinets Wellness... More

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Jennifer Michelle Perkins, daughter of Kenneth Allen Perkins and Barbara Jean Perkins, and... More

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Removing window film

Q: About five years ago, I put window film on my windows, but now Id like to take it off to clean... More

  • By MORRIS and JAMES CAREY For AP Weekly Features
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Mr. and Mrs. William McIlvoy announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter,... More

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Cardwell anniversary

Thomas Allen and Nellie Pollard Cardwell will celebrate the 50th anniversary of their wedding... More

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Kathleen Marie Dominick, daughter of Wayne and Diane Dominick of Frankfort, and Morgan Todd... More

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Library celebrating Labor Day

The library will be closed Sunday and Monday, Sept. 3-4, in observance of Labor Day. The first... More

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Ms. Mary Pat Dobbins, of Frankfort, and Mr. William Cleveland Dobbins, of Tallahassee, Fla.,... More

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Cattlemen learn as they eat

Last Monday evening the Franklin County Cattlemens Association held its quarterly membership... More

  • By KEENAN BISHOP Extension Agent for Agriculture
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Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Bell, of Louisville, and Mr. More

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Sandy Hulker, of Lawrenceburg, announces the birth of a daughter, Briana Marie Hulker, born Aug.... More

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School menus

Here are the school lunch menus for the week of Aug. 28-Sept. 1. Milk is served daily with meals. More

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Rotary news

AUG. 16 Kentucky Educational Television (KET) is responsible for a complete range of educational... More

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Plan now for unexpected disasters

The United States Department of Homeland Security is asking all Americans to take a few simple... More

  • By DEBBIE H. FLEMING Special to The State Journal
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Community calendar

The Community Calendar is published in the Sunday Spectrum section with portions picked up in the... More

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Don't forget those who fought

Recently Saundra Robinson brought in a short report on the Nicol family with intentions of... More

  • By RUSS HATTER Asst. Curator Capital City Museum
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Ms. Dorthy Antle and Mr. Roscoe Antle announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their... More

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