The Licking Valley Campus of MCTC uses a variety of resources to enhance student learning. MCTC has a wide variety of teaching resources including textbooks, travel and technology. Two LVC instructors utilized resources on Wednesday, April 10 that would allow students the opportunity to hear from real world writers.
Two contemporary authors visited the campus each a guest in two separate classes: Eng. 234, Women’s Lit and ENC 90/91, Writing Preparation.
To celebrate Kentucky Derby weekend, the next Kentucky Life gets in the sporting mood to explore some unique and interesting past-times. The program looks at Dainty, a German street-ball game played in the Louisville neighborhood of Schnitzelburg, a historical marker that explains how Middlesboro’s golf course made history, the marble game of Rolley Hole in Monroe County, EarthJoy Tree Adventures in Alexandria, and the popularity of cornhole across the state.
The program airs Saturday, May 4 at 8/7 p.m. and Sunday, May 5 at 4/3 p.m. on KET.
1. The final frontier?
6. It’s between generations
9. Seconds, as in food
13. Man-made stone pile
14. A try
15. Locomotive hair
17. Big Island necklace
18. Twig of a willow tree
19. *”Oh, the places you’ll go!”
21. *”A house divided against itself cannot stand.”
23. Pod dweller
24. Continental currency
25. Male child
28. Bohemian, e.g.
30. Knapsack for a soldier
The Kentucky Blood Center Bloodmobile will be available at the Harrison County Homemakers Day, Main Street, on Friday, May 10 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Cancer patients often need blood products:
• Some cancers can cause internal bleeding, which can lead to anemia (too few red blood cells).
• Cancers that start in the bone marrow (such as leukemia) or that spread there from other places may crowd out the normal blood-making cells, leading to low blood counts.