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Today's Features

  • Family and friends of Connor and Dane Mefford will host a fundraiser to benefit the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund.

    The sons of Jeremy and Stacey Mefford, Connor, 5, and Dane, 2, live with Fanconi Anemia, a rare genetic disease in which most patients develop bone marrow failure during childhood. Many eventually develop leukemia or other cancers at a very early age.

  • Producers who will need to be Beef Quality Assured in order to sell beef at certain sales and to meet the requirements for some of the Phase 1 cost-share programs will need to attend the training on Thurs-day, April 21, at 7 p.m. at the Carroll County Extension Office.

  • In the next few months you will be seeing asparagus arriving on the local market. This wonderful vegetable packs in a ton of good vitamins and minerals in those stalks. Steam it, pickle it, sauté it, roast it — the possibilities are endless.

  • On April 13, Gov. Steven L. Beshear recognized the Circuit Court Clerks of Kentucky for their efforts to raise awareness about organ donation. He urged all Kentuckians to join the Kentucky Organ Donor Registry.

    “The fact is, you can be a hero. You can save a life, and not just one but many,” Beshear said.

    About 110,000 people in the United States, and more than 700 Kentuckians, are currently waiting for life-saving organ transplants. Kentucky’s Circuit Court Clerks have been active in promoting organ donation since 1992.

  • Wednesday, April 20

  • Wednesday, April 20

  • Now that Easter is only a few days away, I have found myself doing a little reminiscing. I remember the way we celebrated Easter when I was a little girl. My maternal grandmother always bought my Easter dress, hat gloves and all. The dresses were always frilly with lots of crinoline underneath. Actually, some of those styles have come back for the younger girls.

  • The Carrollton Woman’s Club met at Pats’ Place at 7 p.m. April 5. Judy Keith was hostess and presided at the meeting.

    Mrs. Keith called the meeting to order and members recited the Pledge of Allegiance. Vice Gov. Karen Claiborne read the Spiritual Value for April. Seven members and three guests were present.

  • General Butler State Resort Park, together with Kentucky Chautauqua, presents a living-history drama, “Lucy Bakewell Audubon: A Kentucky Love Story,” at 7 p.m. today, Wednesday, April 20, in the Lodge Lounge.

    Lucy Bakewell Audubon was the wife of John James Audubon, the famed naturalist, artist and author of “Birds of America.” She felt she was “perfectly suited” for him and was incredibly devoted to him. She made enormous sacrifices and suffered public scorn as she supported her husband’s talents.