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November 3, 2011
I know, I know, Halloween was over on Monday evening, and I must admit I am happy. I also have to admit I had as good a time this Halloween as the kids did. Two weeks ago, my husband and I visited Boonesborough State Park and saw all the wonderful Halloween decorations that turn that park into “Halloween Mania,” and we reminisced at all the times we participated in dressing up and decorating our campsite. Later that night, we watched as our three grandsons went through the haunted cemetery over and over.
November 2, 2011
Halloween - my favorite day of the year. The one day that for a few cents I and my family can make so many kids happy. This is the 19th year my family has come to my house and handed out candy. We don't care if 20 kids come by, or 70. We don't care if it's warm or snowing, because we usually have two handfuls of candy for them all. This was a great Halloween with so many costumes and so many young children that I hope will come by next year when they can walk or talk. We weren't kidding when we told the kids to come back next year!
By DAVID¿BROCK and | July 30, 2011
LANCASTER - For something that melts rather quickly, Mom Blakeman's Creamed Pull Candy has showed remarkable staying power. "It is really still the best kept secret anywhere," said Pam Williams, who runs the store and the company's day-to-day operations. "It's also one of the most unique candies anywhere. " The secret was out Friday as those responsible for maintaining the legacy of Lancaster's buttery smooth signature confection celebrated the product's 50th birthday with a packed party at the current South Campbell Street store where the candy is now made and sold.
October 11, 2010
Candi Campbell has been the Newspaper in Education coordinator for The Advocate-Messenger since June 2007. She works to provide area classrooms with free/sponsored newspapers and other educational material. She also hosts student tours of The Advocate office and occasionally visits schools for classroom presentations. Campbell is a 2003 graduate of Burgin Independent School. She is a 2007 graduate of Campbellsville University where she majored in mass communication with an emphasis is public relations.
By Heather Cassill | October 21, 2009
"Healthy" and "Halloween" are usually two words that contradict each other, but as a parent, you want the best for your child. With Halloween just around the corner, your children will soon be gathering treats that may not be part of a healthy diet. Giving and receiving healthy treats is easier than it sounds. Here are some do's and don'ts to having a healthier Halloween. Treats do not always have to be edible. Think of giving out something fun that children will enjoy.
August 20, 2009
James Anthony "Bo" Warner, 42, of Hustonville died Monday, Aug. 17 in Minnesota. Born Dec. 29, 1966, he was the son of Jimmy and Norma Hill Warner of Hustonville. He was a gate hauler. Other survivors include a brother, Dee Warner and sister, Tina Maples, both of Hustonville; and nieces and nephews, Dalton, Jada, Makada, Brittany and Candy. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 22 at W.L. Pruitt Funeral Home in Moreland with Bro. Jonathan Grizzell officiating.
HARRODSBURG - Brittany Hall has taken over as the artistic director at Ragged Edge Community Theatre. She hit the ground running by taking the reins of "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," the next show to take the stage. Hall says she is a new face in the community but isn't far from her home in Lawrenceburg. She is a graduate of Campbellsville University with specialization in worship arts and a minor in music. She is getting married to Dustin Duvall of Owenton, who she calls "a most wonderful man," in July.
April 4, 2009
The monthly executive and general meetings of the Clark Regional Medical Center Auxiliary were held on Monday, March 9 at the hospital. Those in attendance were Betty Ballard, Madeline Bumgardner, Juanita Burkhart, Sue Calvert, Marie Cook, Linda Crowe, Mary George DeVary, Faye Durbin, Sharon Goble, Phyllis Hanks, Lorraine Hudson, Bob Jackson, Anna Ruth Jones, Audrey King, Barry Lindeman, Ruth Patton, Jo Ann Sammons, Martha Shearer, Anna Ray...
November 3, 2008
First-grade students from Strode Station Elementary School haunted the halls and offices of the Clark County Board of Education building on Friday looking for candy during a trick-or-treat outing. Collecting their candy bounty from Lori Clark were Trevor Morris, right, dressed as a skeleton, and Logan Gaines, who was dressed as a pirate.
October 30, 2008
Trick-or-treating Trick-or-treating will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 31. Halloween Main-IA will also be taking place downtown and local businesses will be handing out candy. AARP to meet The local chapter of the AARP will meet at the Generations Center, 32 Meadow St., at 6 p.m. Thursday.
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