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Today's News

  • Planting the future

        Liberty High School’s agriculture department now has its own orchard. The orchard was sponsored by Gross’ Orchard, Johnson’s Orchard and Southern States.
        The orchard consists of a dozen apple trees, varieties that are known for low maintenance, planted at a spot selected by Ronnie Gross of Gross’ Orchard. The students did the planting.
        “Some of these kids jumped in like it was a profession for them,” Gross commented.

  • Forest escapes the Bees

      The defending State champion Cavaliers rolled into Brookville on Thursday evening.

  • JF squares off with Bees

      Wow.

  • Sports commentary: The gambler

      I love Kentucky basketball.  In fact, there's nothing I'd like to seem more than the 'Cats cutting down the net following their NCAA final win on Monday night.

  • Community Events and Calendar (week of March 21, 2012)

     

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    Sign-ups and notices

     

  • Church news (week of March 21, 2012)

     

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    Notices

     

    Easter music at BUMC

  • The House is focused on job creation

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

  • Two years later: The president’s health care law

    By Congressman Robert Hurt

    As I continue meeting and talking with citizens across the 5th District, it remains clear that too many are suffering not only from the President’s economic policies, but also from the budget-busting policies put forth in the government takeover of health care that was signed into law nearly two years ago today.

     

  • Fighting the government takeover of health care

    I have fought President Obama and the Democrats’ health care law since its earliest stages. I spoke out in strong opposition to the bill when the Democrats passed it against the wishes of the overwhelming majority of the American people and one of my first acts of the 112th Congress was to co-sponsor and vote to repeal this monstrosity in its entirety. At every turn I have worked to repeal and defund this government takeover of our health care system including strongly supporting numerous bills that would repeal some of the most egregious provisions of the law.

  • A glaring U.S. atrocity in Afghanistan

    The lead of a March 17 Associated Press story summed things up very aptly: “Afghan President Hamid Karzai say’s he’s at ‘the end of the rope,’ and a majority of Americans feel the same way.”
        The story, of course, was about Army staff sergeant Robert Bales and a U.S. atrocity in Afghanistan. Bales is believed to be the soldier who walked into a village and shot 16 people to death, nine of them children. It’s been reported that some of the bodies were set on fire.