Lee Ward: Beaten biscuits, the story continues; shrimp and garlic for dinner: 4/23/13
Another beaten biscuit recipe from Larry Miller: this one is from Ladies Home Journal Cookbook from 1963
Tammie Hetzer-Womack: ‘Hopper’ girl knows town will bounce back: 04/22/13
McGoff lineage has deep roots growing around Harvard Yard. They worship with Irish-Catholic conviction. Comb burnished red locks. Wicked love their town. It’s generational for Laurel McGoff.
Tim Preston: Mug shots, Maria's market, Main Street and Starbase 51: 4/21/13
When it comes to feedback about this newspaper, I consider Aunt Mary’s opinion to be the gold standard about local content.
The ‘shrinking bug’ and counterfeit coupons
Who are the couponers? You might think most have low incomes.
RONNIE ELLIS: We all must work it out together
Weekly column from CNHI state correspondent Ronnie Ellis.
MARK MAYNARD: For better or worse, social media here for keeps
Social media has its good and bad points. The good is the instant communication with friends and family that continue to make us smile all day long. Most people don’t even bother picking up the phone anymore — just Tweet it out or post it on Facebook.
MARK MAYNARD: ‘42’ movie must-see viewing
Last weekend, like a lot of the country, my wife and I went to the movies to watch “42,” the story about Jackie Robinson becoming the first black player in major league baseball.
John Cannon: Perfect bowl for a lover of noodles: 04/17/13
Trey Kinner has no idea who 3-year-old Brooklyn Nichols is, but he crafted the perfect bowl for her this grandfather acquired at Thursday’s Empty Bowls fundraiser for the Ashland Community Kitchen. As soon as I saw it I knew I had to have it, not for me but for my youngest granddaughter.
Cathie Shaffer: Checking out the check-out specials: 04/16/13
I popped into our local “we sell everything cheap” chain store the other with my daughter not intending to buy a thing. She was looking for bird seed and dishwashing soap; I just went along to get out of the house. Not surprisingly, I did find a couple things I needed or thought I did: A solar lantern to take camping and a flash drive to take files from one computer to another. The total cost was just over $10 as I recall.
JOHN FLAVELL: Mitch and the Three Stooges
And now, ladies and gentlemen, Mitch and the Three Stooges. The unique brand of Kentucky politics was blown onto the national scene last week with the online publication of a secret recording made Feb. 2 of U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell and his campaign staff working on a strategy for dealing with potential rivals in the 2014 election.
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