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  • Church News May 9

    Apostolic Lighthouse

    Bro. Eric Miller started the Sunday morning service with “Giving Account for Myself,” from Romans 14:10-19. Bro. Danny Warren’s taught from Acts 10:1-48. Attendance was 17. Sunday night, Bro. Eric began the service with “Have You Just Come Down to See the Battle?” from 1 Samuel 17:28-29. Bro. Danny preached from Mark 4:35-41. Attendance was 15.

    Prayer requests: Beulah Miller, Rodney Hundley, Shirley Hundley, Samantha McQueary, Vernon Lee, Jimmy and Nina Cundiff, Cody Roy, Jay Price, and Delmer Shreves.

  • Deciphering the white bass runs this spring

    By Lee McClellan

    Kentucky Fish and Wildlife

    This spring seems like one long continuation of late winter. As soon as we get a warm day, the temperature plunges and we are back in February again. It even snowed on Monday of the third week of April.

    This up and down weather combined with cold rains has the spring fishing season behind by a few weeks. The spawning runs of white bass into the headwaters of reservoirs are scattershot so far this spring, with some movement followed by retreat.

  • Recuse Dog
  • Out of the Past May 9

    10 Years Ago

    Week of May 7, 2008

    A cloud of honeybees caused quite a stir in downtown Liberty Thursday afternoon as thousands of the insects buzzed around the stoplight on Courthouse Square before moving on to the lawn in front of the courthouse.

    Casey Count’s proposed budget for the 2008-09 fiscal years was up slightly over the current budget, but Judge Executive Ronald Wright said that could change.

  • The Amish Cook- Spring carrot salad celebrates the season

    Editor’s Note: Gloria is off this week due to some ill kids. She will return next week. In the meantime, Rosanna Bauman was kind enough to fill in. Rosanna is German Baptist Brethren and lives in rural Kansas. She, age 29, is a farmer and writer. The Brethren dress plainly like the Amish but are a bit more progressive when it comes to technology and photography Enjoy! - Kevin Williams, editor

    By Rosanna Bauman

  • Reforms free some from welfare’s sticky web

    While pension problems, budget constraints and tax increases by spineless Republicans and protests by uninformed and emotionally erratic Democrats and their constituencies have dominated recent press coverage, implementation of Gov. Matt Bevin’s most consequential reform – requiring able-bodied adult Medicaid recipients to have “skin in the game,” as the governor famously stated and which resulted in fits of hysteria by many on the political Left – has begun and will be complete by years’ end.

  • Controversial pardon marred legacy of past Kentucky governor

    By Stuart W. Sanders

    Kentucky Historical Society

    Pardons have been in the news lately.

    President Donald Trump recently pardoned Lewis “Scooter” Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney’s former chief of staff, who was convicted of obstruction of justice and perjury. Libby’s charges stemmed from the investigation surrounding the leaking of CIA officer Valerie Plame’s identity.

  • Community Calendar May 9

    The deadline for the Community Calendar is at 4:30 Friday. To submit items, email to news@caseynews.net.

    HAPPENINGS

    The Red Hats will meet at 12 p.m. May 30 at Sacred Heart to go to the Lure Lodge.

    A Kentucky Blood Center Blood Drive will be held from noon to 5:30 p.m. May 17 in the Casey County Extension Office 1517 S. Wallace Wilkinson Blvd., Liberty. To schedule a donation, visit www.kybloodcenter.org, or call 800-775-2522.

    The next Commodity Day will be May 16 at the Casey County Recycle Center.

  • 2018 Casey County High School Prom
  • South Fork Kettle Corn ribbon-cutting