July 28, 2014

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“Drive-In”

Entertainment for Americans throughout history, and especially this century, has been and continues to be extremely important. In the 1900s recreation centered on churches and school.  Social functions surfaced in the form of pie and box suppers, revival services, school plays, games, and just family and neighborhood gatherings. The bulk of the population was not afforded the luxury of travel and therefore had to seek the people and experiences of other cultures and places through books. They later were able to use another media. This media came about with the invention of the moving picture show. People were able to see and hear individuals of other cultures that were heretofore impossible. Both men and women could have vicarious romances with beauties of Hollywood and never leave their home towns.

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Should the U.S. become involved in Crimea against the Russians?

First a few rudimentary facts about Crimea: Crimea is a peninsula jutting into the huge Black Sea. Crimea is about the size of Maryland. It is part of the Ukraine nation which has a land mass about the size of Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee combined. Ukraine is a divided nation in that its citizens in the eastern half lean toward aligning with Russia while its citizens in the western half lean toward aligning with the European Union (EU). Ukraine is thus squeezed by the authoritarian state of Russia on one side and the more democratic nations of the EU on the other.

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Review of “The Round House”

“The Round House” by Louise Erdrich is set in 1988 on the Ojibwe Indian Reservation in North Dakota. This coming of age story is a bittersweet tale that gives the reader a glimpse into reservation life.

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Bob Fogle seeks third term as Third District Magistrate

Bob Fogle with granddaughter India.

I, Bob Fogle, have filed to run for the position of Third District Magistrate. If elected, this will be my third term as your magistrate. I am a lifelong resident of Pendleton County. I married my high school sweetheart Becky Faulkner Fogle in 1974 and we enjoyed 31 years together, owning a cattle and tobacco farm in Morgan and raising our three daughters. Our family business, Becky's Flower Basket, celebrated its 18th year of service in Pendleton County this year (2014).

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Amish Cook shares recipe of apple pie pudding cake

By Lovina Eicher

3:15 a.m., time to start another day. I pack my husband Joe’s lunch while he gets ready for work.

3:50 a.m., Joe left for work. It is raining outside.

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Super Easy Weeknight Dinner Idea, Foil Envelope Fish
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BBB warns: Beware March Madness scams!
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“Glimpses of Politics”

Those who are seeking public office are now making final appeals at trying to win votes and influence people. I once believed that politics only affected a few people, but I have come to discover that politics touch the lives of everyone.

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A tribute to James Herald

JAMES HERALD

James sat on the back left hand pew in Eastside Church of Christ next to the window. Always, he and family were early to service. And those who entered to sit on that side of the church frequently shook his hand and paused for some small talk before moving onto their selected pews. James and wife, Elizabeth, and family usually occupied the entire back pew.

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Legislative perspective on Kentucky General Assembly

After weeks of close study, the Kentucky House put its support behind a far-reaching two-year budget proposal on Thursday that would boost funding for schools, authorize a significant amount of construction on our postsecondary campuses and preserve critical services for some of our most vulnerable citizens.

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