A beloved Fayette County leader and friend passed away Monday, May 18 and the community continues to honor and remember her.
First Lieutenant David Jones is one of four Medal of Honor recipients buried in Fayette County. All four received their medal for valor during the Civil War. This Memorial Day the members of Henry Casey Camp 92 Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War...
The Carnegie Public Library Reader of the Week is Sharon East, a homemaker.What are you reading now?
“Give it all you've got!” Those were some of the last words my dad said to us as he drew nearer and nearer to his passing. I will never forget them and they have inspired me many times when things have become difficult.
The southern gospel music group, Soul Purpose, returns to the stage at Rose Ave Community Center today at 7 p.m.
This week we lost our Director and friend, Poppy Girton. Poppy's gifts were many and her spirit indelible. She touched many lives and led this library as she did her life; with much grace and humility. She was one of a kind. Everyone in our...
Kitten season has arrived at the Fayette Humane Society. There are over 40 kittens that need a new home. All kittens are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, dewormed, flea treated, FeLV tested and microchipped. Adoption fee is only $65. Please consider...
Who is Earl Morse and what did he have to do with Fayette County veterans “making the trip of a lifetime,” a trip they “would never forget?”
Ready for a picnic? It's picnic and grilling season. Hope you can enjoy some picnics this summer. With the hot weather and transporting food we need to watch our food safety practices, or food-borne illness can become a problem. Following these...
I switched my beverage of choice from pop to bottled flavored water. I'm enjoying trying a lot of different brands and flavors. Is there anything I should be on the lookout for when choosing which one to try next?
Fayette Garden Club met in April for Judy Chapel Spring Cleanup.
The other day, we were moving dirt on our new church property and it was very dry. The wind was blowing the dust to a point that we could hardly see where we were going.
The women's fellowship team at South Side work with the men of the church to put on the very best mother/child banquet each year and they did an excellent job this year. The attendance was great!
Ruby, a 1-year-old female domestic short hair, is the Fayette Humane Society's Pet of the Week. She has been at their downtown adoption and business center for the past nine weeks and she is ready for a new home. Ruby is very sweet and loving.
Last month, the Jeffersonville Library quietly celebrated its 30th anniversary in the current location on Main Street.
This week's Carnegie Reader of the Week is Rebecca Trimmer, a local artist.What are you reading now?The Diary of Anne Frank by Anne Frank
At one time, each of the five active Veteran Posts in the Fayette County had their own Honor Guard. However, as the years have gone by and membership in each post has declined, it was more expedient for the posts to combine their efforts.
Your favorite television series has a better counterpart! Of course, Game of Thrones is based on the Song of Ice and Fire series by George R. R. Martin, and Pretty Little Liars is based on a series of the same name by author Sara Shepard. But even...
The New Holland Church of Christ in New Holland will be hosting minister Tom Claibourne for its upcoming God and Country Rally.
Center Christian Church invites the community to join them for its “Fruit of the Spirit” vacation bible school (VBS).
Recently I was reading a book by Toler and Dunn which had a short story in it that made me think. It went something like this:
The Carnegie Public Library's Readers of the Week are Amy Bradley and her 3-year-old daughter, Macy.Tell me about reading with Macy: We love reading together and talking about the pictures.
I'm hearing more about antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Should I start cleaning fresh produce with a commercial fruit and vegetable wash?
In 1905, a year before Fayette County's legendary pacer Major Mallow first stepped onto the racetrack, the “Columbus Dispatch” called the trotter Glenwood M. the “best racehorse ever bred in Fayette...
Most of us maintain certain beliefs which we unthinkingly accept as true without checking them against the truth of the Word of God. When we find ourselves acting in this mechanical fashion, we must slow down, take inventory of our mental patterns,...
As a boy, I remember how exciting it was when dad would tell us that we were going to eat out. You could order food and pick it up, but most people made an event out of eating a meal in a restaurant.
We have an emerging generation that needs to understand why it makes sense to serve the one true God Jehovah, through Jesus Christ. They need to understand what it means to have a relationship with Christ Jesus and how to accomplish this.
The Commission on Aging has announced the following birthdays for May:MAY 1: Elnora Armintrout, John Stimpert, Roger Parsons, Georgette Kelley.MAY 2: Mary Chapman.
The Commission on Aging has released the following menu and list of activities for the week of May 4-8.LUNCH MENU:
If you haven't heard, Harper Lee, author of the beloved classic To Kill a Mockingbird, has released for publication Go Set a Watchman.