Today's News


    Property Transfers
    April 29
    Leslie Dean and Debra Sue Colson to Melissa A. Mitchell, Sherman Mt. Zion Road, $250,000
    May 1
    Richard and Sally Skinner to James M. Greene and Karen S. Miller, Fairview Road, $215,000
    Skinner Self Storage to PFLP LLC, Johnson Street, $5,000
    Skinner Self Storage to PFLP LLC, Paris Street, $15,000
    Volaco Inc. to Wilson Farms LLC, Ruark Road, $20,000
    Cliffs Properties LLC to Wilson Farms LLC, Ruark Road, $5,000
    8001 LLC to Rebecca White, Southridge Subdivison, $119, 900

  • Rachael’s Recipes

    1 ½ pounds split, boneless, skinless chicken breasts (or strips)
    1 package (1 ounce) Italian dressing mix
    ½ cup Parmesan cheese

    1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
    2. Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray.
    3. Rinse chicken breasts and pat dry.
    4. In a pie plate, mix Italian dressing mix and Parmesan cheese.
    5. Spray chicken breasts with cooking spray and dip into dressing mixture to coat both sides.

  • 2 Point Farm participates in National Alpaca Farm Days

    Compared to most livestock in North America, alpacas are relatively new. First commercially imported in 1984, many people have seen alpacas on their favorite television shows or on the news, but have never met one in person.  
    On the weekend of Sept. 23, alpaca owners from across the United States and Canada will invite the public to come to their farm or ranch to meet their alpacas and learn more about these inquisitive, unique animals, the luxury fiber they produce and why the alpaca business is perfect for environmentally conscious individuals.

  • Beshear alerts Kentuckians to Equifax data breach, provides tips on how to avoid identity theft

    Attorney General Andy Beshear issued a Scam Alert to help make Kentuckians aware of the Equifax data breach, and provided tips on how to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft.
    Equifax, one of the nation’s three major credit-reporting agencies, announced a major data breach that could affect about 143 million American customers.

  • Tracking how the environment impacts children’s health: 52 weeks of public health

    As part of the 52 Weeks of Public Health campaign, the Kentucky Department for Public Health (DPH) within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) focuses on the many dangers to children’s health posed by environmental contaminants.
    Because children’s bodies are small and still developing, they are more easily exposed to environmental contaminants. Here’s why:
    •  Children breathe more air, drink more water and eat more food per pound of body weight than adults.


    The grand jury met Sept. 13 and returned indictments against 24 people.
    The indictment of a person by a grand jury is an accusation only and that person is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.
    Those indicted were:
    • Christopher Shane Williams, 23, theft of identity, operating on a suspended/revoked license, license to be in possession, failure of owner to maintain required insurance and being a persistent felony offender.

  • Corinth holds September meeting

    The City of Corinth held their regular monthly meeting on Sept. 11 at the City Building.  City commissioners Barbara New, Aimee Lingle, Jeanette Houk and Deana Caldwell were present, as well as Mayor William R. Hill and City Clerk Tara Wright. 
    Items discussed included bids for cleaning out ditches on Marathon Drive, a letter from the Daughters of the Revolution concerning Constitution Day, property tax mail-out and a quick update on post office activities.
    Wright said they will start sending out city property tax bills this month.

  • Colsons win Grant County Fair family participation award

    At the 2017 Grant County Fair, the winners of the family participation award, sponsored by the
    Grant County Chamber of Commerce, were the family of Jesse and Linda Colson.

    They had multiple entries in the exhibit hall in homemaking, arts and crafts, fruits and vegetables and flower departments.
    They had white, red, blue and purple ribbons that counted up to 78 points to make them the winning family participating in the exhibit hall entries this year.