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Today's Opinions

  • Garden fresh items make a tasty cauliflower salad

     I stopped in at the Carroll County Cooperative Extension office last week and was greeted with the most beautiful display of fresh vegetables. 

    You never know what’s behind those doors when you go there, but oh, the most pleasant people, displays and information is right there at your finger tips.  Jim Graves was the person showing his beautiful vegetables and you can try some for yourself if you go to the Farmer’s Market every Wednesday at the courthouse and Saturdays at Hometown Pizza. If you don’t go, you are truly missing out.

  • Don’t overcook pork; take a try at pesto pasta

     

    I so appreciate all of the positive comments regarding the pork rub recipe I gave you a couple of weeks ago.

    It was so funny because the very day I wrote the column, my daughter-in-law called and wanted to know if I had a good recipe for a pork loin. She wanted to fix a nice dinner for my son. However, he was getting a little tired of chicken and he wanted something different. Hence, my recipe came in really handy that day. The results from my son, “delicio.”

  • Don’t overcook pork; take a try at pesto pasta

     

    I so appreciate all of the positive comments regarding the pork rub recipe I gave you a couple of weeks ago.

    It was so funny because the very day I wrote the column, my daughter-in-law called and wanted to know if I had a good recipe for a pork loin. She wanted to fix a nice dinner for my son. However, he was getting a little tired of chicken and he wanted something different. Hence, my recipe came in really handy that day. The results from my son, “delicio.”

  • Thanks extended

     Editor:

    I would like to thank all that participated in the poker run. 

    Thank you to all the businesses and individuals who donated items to be auctioned, including McNeal’s, Cooper’s, American at Large, Quick Lane, Yamaha, Down on Main Street, Kentucky Motors, Cornerstone, Ain’t Skeered Tattoo, Toole and Rose, Hulley’s Construction, KBA District No. 11, Shana Luckenbill, Jeannie Rider (Avon), Donnie Cannon, Eagle Creek Cycles and all the individuals who donated money.

  • Thanks extended

     Editor:

    I would like to thank all that participated in the poker run. 

    Thank you to all the businesses and individuals who donated items to be auctioned, including McNeal’s, Cooper’s, American at Large, Quick Lane, Yamaha, Down on Main Street, Kentucky Motors, Cornerstone, Ain’t Skeered Tattoo, Toole and Rose, Hulley’s Construction, KBA District No. 11, Shana Luckenbill, Jeannie Rider (Avon), Donnie Cannon, Eagle Creek Cycles and all the individuals who donated money.

  • CCAS seeks volunteers to help local animals

     Editor:

    Carroll County Animal Support is a support group of volunteers who want to see animals have a good life free of neglect and cruelty.

    We are in need of community support. If you can help in any way please contact us by phone (502) 732-6040 or through our Facebook page. Better yet, attend our meetings on the third Thursday of each month at the downtown courthouse at 6:30 p.m.

  • CCAS seeks volunteers to help local animals

     Editor:

    Carroll County Animal Support is a support group of volunteers who want to see animals have a good life free of neglect and cruelty.

    We are in need of community support. If you can help in any way please contact us by phone (502) 732-6040 or through our Facebook page. Better yet, attend our meetings on the third Thursday of each month at the downtown courthouse at 6:30 p.m.

  • Firefighters prepare for annual ‘Crusade’

     Editor:

    Having been a part of the WHAS Crusade for Children now for almost a decade, I am honored to announce to the community that it is again time for the 59th annual WHAS Crusade for Children weekend. What a wonderful charity that helps so many deserving children and their families in Kentuckiana, including Carroll County.