Local News Briefing Visit Candlelight Church in Ironton


The Lawrence County Historical Society will hold its annual Christmas Candlelight Walk in downtown Eronton Historical Churches on Saturday at 5 p.m.

The tour includes eight historic churches and ends at the museum.

According to news reports, each church offers a 10-minute program, which takes about 10 minutes to travel to each church.

The program is as follows: First Baptist (Fifth and Vernon), 5 p.m. Christ Bishop (Fifth and Park), 5’s 20; First United Methodist (Fifth and Center), 5:40; First Presbyterian (Fifth and Railroad), 6; St. Paul Lutheran (Sixth and Century), 6 ፡ 20; St. Lawrence Otole (Sixth and Center), 6’s 40; Gateway Baptist (Sixth and Vernon), 7; And Quinn Chapel AME (Eighth and Adams). Return to the Museum (Sixth and Adams) at 1 p.m. 40 p.m.

Santa Claus in

Summit Nazareth


Local children have the opportunity to stop and see Santa this weekend at the local church.

The Summit of Nazareth will be held on Saturday from 9-11 am “Santa at Summit”

The audience can drive to take pictures with Santa Claus. Free breakfast is also available.

Summit Nazareth at 401 Ky. 716.

GCHS Concerts

He is coming.


Greenup County County High School’s music program will host two concerts next week. Singers will perform on Tuesday, December 7, at 7 pm, and on Thursday, December 9, at 7 pm, both concerts will be in high school.

Palotin Foundation



The Huntington Palotin Foundation recently awarded a total of $ 840,859 to 56 non-profit tri-state organizations initiated by healthy communities.

The Healthy Communities Initiative supports up to $ 50,000 in funding for health-related challenges, such as chronic disease control, behavioral health and food security at the Foundation’s 20-county focus in West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky.

Funding to continue or improve programming needs, to effectively implement projects and projects that improve the organization’s internal capacity.

Ky. Fruits, vegetables

Conference in January

Bowling Green

The registration is now open for the 2022 Kentucky Fruit Conference, which is a major milestone for regional producers to interact and learn, said Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Dr. Ryan Quhars.

The first conference, scheduled for January 3-4, will be held on January 2 with pre-conference events at the Slow Convention Center in Bowling Green.

Kentucky University Department of Agriculture (KDA), Kentu State Horticulture Association (KSHS), Kentucky Gardener Association (KVGA), Kentucky Organic Association (OAK), Kentucky Wine Factories Association (KWA), Kentucky Horticultural Council (KHC) , College of Food and Environment (UK), Kentucky State University College of Agriculture, Communities and Environmental Protection (KSU) is bringing together more than 75 speakers and 60 exhibitors for this year’s conference.

The conference will cover the General Assembly, as well as protected agricultural production technologies, organic production, vegetable production (beginner and advanced), fruit production (beginner and advanced) and business management. New sessions added this year include MarketReady, from farm to school, value-added products and ag water. Other conference events include the KDA Farmers Market Short Course, the KHC and KCARD Crop Insurance Workshop, and the Agcefe, as well as a labor readiness workshop for fruit and vegetable growers. Growing round tables.

Pre-register at Eventbrite (//2022-ky-fruit-veg-conference.eventbrite.com) or in the conference registration form until Friday, December. 17 available by mail. After this date, participants can register online or continue. on site. Conference pre-registration fee includes $ 50 (or $ 75 on-site) and one-year KVGA, KSHS, or OAK membership and full access to recorded content for one year after the meeting.



5 ፡ Trial 30 PM Raceland Special Council, Community Center.

6 pm ፡ Carter County Board of Education, Special Session, East Carter Middle School.


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