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City Girl Embraces Country Life

Here's a photo of the farm, located in the upper Red Lick area,the day we looked at it and signed the paperwork. It all started at work. I had a fantastic job as a Graphic Designer at an AT&T Semiconductor Plant in Orlando, Florida where I had lived and grown up since the age of two.For many years,

CVT-NEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Engineers host annual 'Excite Night'

Middle school basketball players are on the floor, the student section cheers from the stands, and the Estill Pep band rocks the rafters with the Estill fight song. The annual community-wide pep rally dubbed "Excite Night" was again hosted at Estill County High School in preparation for basketball s

CVT-NEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Is Thanksgiving good for us?

"Can feeling gratitude influence your health?" According to a number of studies, the answer is yes. According to Dr. P. Murali Doraiswamy, an expert in brain and mind health: "If [thankfulness] were a drug, it would be the world's best-selling product with a health maintenance indication for every m

RICHMOND REGISTER - 2017-11-23 13:22:00

So 'thank-full': Feeding the hungry on Thanksgiving Day

Cooking a Thanksgiving feast for a dozen of your closest friends and relatives may have seemed like a challenge, but imagine preparing the meal for more than 1,000 complete strangers. Now imagine, on top of preparing a complete holiday feast, you also have to deliver it hot and fresh to the front do

RICHMOND REGISTER - 2017-11-24 04:06:00

Large argument preceded shooting that left two teen girls dead, police testify

The case against the fourth alleged shooter in a gunfight that left two Winchester teens dead is going to the grand jury. Police said Matthew Carmen, 23, admitted to firing a gun on the night of Nov. 7 at the Washington Street Apartments, but that it was in self-defense. During Carmen's preliminary

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2017-11-22 20:31:00

Spending the holidays on campus

For many local college students, the holidays are a time to head home to reconnect with family and friends, eat a homecooked meal, and sleep in their own beds again. But for international students, this time of year can be isolating and often lonely, facing a near-empty campus in an unfamiliar count

RICHMOND REGISTER - 2017-11-24 04:04:00

Where can you cut your own Christmas tree? Check this list first

It takes seven to eight years for an evergreen to grow from a sapling to a full-size Christmas tree. But Dale Barker, who looks after 10 acres of Douglas and Canaan firs, white pine and Norway spruce on the Fayette County farm where his mother's family has lived for 80 years, is a patient man. "It's

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2017-11-22 20:44:00

2017 Farm City Banquet award winners

The 2017 Farm City Banquet was held on Nov. 6 here at the Madison County Cooperative Extension Office. Over 160 people came out to support and learn more about agriculture in our county. This year's speaker was Tim Hughes, Deputy Executive Director of the Office of Agricultural Marketing and Product


Owensboro man arrested in stabbing investigation

An Owensboro man is arrested after police say he stabbed another man on Wednesday afternoon. Owensboro Police responded to the Colonel House on Triplett St. just before 1 p.m. Officers say one man was found in the rear parking lot of the business with several stab wounds. Police say the suspect had

WTVW - 2017-11-23 00:03:58

Early Morning Power Outage Marks Black Friday

A power outage at around 4 a.m. today affected a widespread area of homes at least from Barranca Mesa to Myrtle Street near downtown Los Alamos. The cause of the outage is as yet unknown, but lasted a couple of hours according to residents. This photo was taken with a wide-angle lens at about 4:45 t

LADAILYPOST.COM - 2017-11-24 17:35:00

Utilities investigate cause of power outage

A power outage in sections of White Rock, Los Alamos Western Area and other parts of the county that started at 2:54 a.m. Friday morning is still under investigated by the Los Alamos Department of Public Utilities. Power was restored to all areas of the county by 6 a.m., according to BPU Spokeswom

LOS ALAMOS MONITOR - 2017-11-24 21:07:00

CB FOX Offers An Uncommon Range Of Merchandise

Nov. 25 is Small Business Saturday and an opportunity for the community to show support by visiting and shopping at local businesses. CB FOX, the large department store in the heart of downtown Los Alamos at 1735 Central Ave., has been in the Fox family since 1979. Co-owner Dave Fox arrived in Los A

LADAILYPOST.COM - 2017-11-24 20:22:00

PEEC Gift Shop Provides Bounty To Nature Lovers

Since 2000, Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) has offered a multitude of programs to help Los Alamos residents get outside to explore and learn about the natural world around them. Marketing Manager Sandra West said, "A dozen citizens with a dream to share the wonders of nature with the

LADAILYPOST.COM - 2017-11-24 20:14:00

Vintage Hair Company Beautifies Local Residents

For the past two years, Chelsea Bartlett's hair salon, Vintage Hair Company, has helped Los Alamos residents look their best. "When I moved to Los Alamos in 2015 I quickly saw the need for a customer service based salon with high quality products," Bartlett said. "Once I saw this was achievable, I b

LADAILYPOST.COM - 2017-11-24 20:13:00

Fusion Multisport Helps Locals Get Out Of Doors

Brad and Rose Nyenhuis bring a lot of expertise to their business, Fusion Multisport. They opened the story four years ago, Nov. 21, 2013. Rose said, "We were living in the Chicago area but were looking for a business opportunity that would enable us to live near mountains. We found this town...ther

LADAILYPOST.COM - 2017-11-24 20:05:00

Triple LAPS Foundation Donations On #GivingTuesday!

The Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation has just announced that Lou Santoro State Farm Insurance has generously offered to match all donations to the LAPS Foundation, up to $5,000, between now and Dec. 31. That coupled with the fact that Facebook is partnering with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundati

LADAILYPOST.COM - 2017-11-24 19:46:00

N.M. banks too small? Loan opportunities wanted

Some banks are too small to succeed, suggests Joe Ricketts, founder of TD Ameritrade and presumably someone who knows his way around the financial world. Maybe "too small" means having assets under $10 billion, Ricketts wrote in the Oct. 30 Wall Street Journal. Presented with Ricketts' observation,

LOS ALAMOS MONITOR - 2017-11-24 19:11:00

CHRISTMAS CLASSICS: From Elf and Home Alone to It's A Wonderful Life, Newtown Theatre releases holiday movie schedule for December

NEWTOWN >> Christmas classic films are a tradition at the historic Newtown Theatre, and this year's lineup is bigger than ever. Tickets for all films (except "Polar Express") are $5 for everyone. The theatre will also accept cash donations to the Wrightstown Food Cupboard during all Christmas classi


Newtown Bypass Ramp To 95 S Closed For Police Activity: KYW

Breaking traffic alert: if you're heading out for the holiday, note that the Bypass ramp to Rt. 95 S is currently closed, according to KYW. The ramp from the Newtown Bypass to Rt. 95-South is currently closed due to police activity, KYW Traffic is reporting. This comes as thousands of residents are


Suspect in fatal 2010 crash brought back to the United States to face homicide charges in death of Newtown Township woman

DOYLESTOWN >> Almost seven years after 55-year-old Sheree Maillie died in a head-on collision, the man accused of killing the Newtown Township woman was brought back to the United States on Nov. 21 to face vehicular homicide charges. Nelio Sotomayor, 46, who flew to South America one day after charg