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  • Harrison District Court

    Judge Charles W. Kuster Jr.
    presiding May 12, 2014
    Estate of Jane C. Moore, probate hearing; order entered.
    Portfolio Recovery Associates, LLC vs. William Cole, motion hour; motion for judgment.
    Merrill Northcutt vs. Kathy Hall, court trial; forcible detainer sustained, order entered.
    Grange Property and Casualty Insurance Co. vs. William P. Hicks, motion hour; granted 45 days to complete discovery.
    LHR, Inc. vs. Edward J. Kitts, motion hour; motion over-ruled.

  • Restaurant Inspections

    March 6 -- Our Little Miracles, 96%, food storage, meat and eggs on the bottom, temperature logs, no food certification.
    March 13 -- Cedar Ridge, 96%, bottom shelves of prep tables/between equipment and storage not clean; utensils in poor repair, single service on floor; good job labeling.
    March 25 -- Baptist Day Care, 100%, no violations.
    April 2 -- Grand Haven Nursing Home, 100%, walk-in freezer drip pan repaired; temps and handling great.

  • Business classes are beneficial to students regardless of career choice

    No matter what career path a student chooses, having financial literacy is an important part of the education process. The Harrison County Area Technology Center has a variety of courses tailored to just those needs.
    The school offers courses in Business Law, Business Principles, Marketing and Business Management. Instructors Louise Jackson and Sean Murphy said any student in the school system can benefit from taking at least one of them.

  • Stock Chart
  • 3M presents grant to HCHS
  • St. Edward Science Fair
  • Score 'N' More
  • Way Back When

    10 years ago . . .
    Births announced this week are: Christopher Allen Barnett, May 14, son of Christina Rodgers and Chris Barnett; Ryley Chase and Shawn Michael Dahmer, April 15, twin sons of Traci and Shayne Dahmer; Alexia Marie Fryman, April 26, daughter of Kimberly Denise Fryman and Tony White; Dylan Marrik Price, April 30, son of Chad and DeeAnna Price.
    Blue Grass Energy if the first to locate at the business park on Seabiscuit Way with $4.1 million construction project.

  • Quick and tasty lunch ideas to take to work

    (StatePoint) The work week can be busy and stressful, from shuttling the family around to packing everyone’s lunch.
    If you’re constantly taking care of others, ask yourself, are you taking sufficient care of yourself? At mealtime, it’s important to take a minute to re-energize, particularly during a long work day.
    Rather than ordering heavy meals or packing the same old thing day in and day out, find yourself other quick and tasty lunch ideas that are satisfying and have nutritional value.
    Here are some things to keep in mind.

  • Sweet potatoes yield a bumper crop

    We are still eating from a fantastic harvest of sweet potatoes last fall.  
    I planted out about 25 organic slips purchased from Country Corner Greenhouse in Shepherdsville in late May and by early November we had four nursery crates full of one of nature’s perfect foods.
    Seven months and counting in storage with no spoilage is impressive.  
    We are down to about six sweet potatoes; just in time for a transition to other summer vegetables.