Lifestyle

Fri
05
Feb

Music makes Cupid fly a little higher

By Margaret Salvaggio

Roses are red and violets are blue. Music is sweet and the burgers are too. The New Baden Jamboree has got a show to make your heart race, with musicians and their bands from all over the area. 

 

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Fri
05
Feb

Like mother

Like mother, Annie, daughter, Destiny, enjoying a meal together and helping out Hearne’s Lions Club. 

 

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Fri
29
Jan

were at the C & C Storage

Abraham Reza and Sherry Vollmer were at the C & C Storage auction to check it out.

 

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Fri
29
Jan

spending quality time

Linda and her grandson Jet spending quality time together laughing and having fun.

 

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Fri
22
Jan

101 Dalmatians

Caitlin, dressed as Purdy, from 101 Dalmatians, is ready to go to school in Mumford and gearing up for Mumford’s Homecoming week. 

 

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Fri
22
Jan

professional photographer

Wanda Hicks, professional photographer and paralegal was one of the inspirational speakers to our young adults. 

 

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Fri
15
Jan

Calvert City Council approves action on “unkempt lots” ordinance

By Melissa Freeman

 

Fri
15
Jan

NAMI award given to Sheriff Yezak

By Angie Bates & Julie Overstreet

 

Robertson County News Sheriff Gerald Yezak was awarded the NAMI Gold Star Award for recognizing the value of Mental Health First Aid for Law Enforcement (MHFA LE) and implementing training for his entire department. Interacting with people that struggle with mental health issues is becoming more common in our society and especially for those working in law enforcement.
 
Fri
08
Jan

Robertson County Commissioners’ Court closes out the year

By Melissa Freeman

 In a very brief meeting, the Robertson County Commissioners’ Court closed out the eventful year of 2015, a year that saw drops in mineral values and suits from several county businesses challenging their tax appraisals, suits that could cost the county in the millions. However, Judge Charles Ellison assured residents, the County is holding its own and staying on track.

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Fri
08
Jan

Co-Author of Thirteen hours in Benghazi speaking for Reagan Day Dinner

By Mary Cole

Would you like to hear a firsthand account of what really happened during the Battle of Benghazi? Kris “Tanto” Paronto, a security operative and survivor of the 2012 terror attack on the U. S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya was there. Come hear Tanto’s story at the 5th Annual Reagan Day Dinner at the Pridgeon Center in Franklin on February 25, 2016. 

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