The Buffalo High School Class of 1957 held their 56th reunion at the home of Rev. Gordon and Wilma McDowell on Sept. 28. From left, Nancy Allen Lee, Gordon McDowell, Barbara Jean Johnson Henigsman, Edith Bennett Price, Bonnie Elliott Lang, Minnie Mae Howell Peace, Eunice Morris Tennyson, Margaret Allen Whitlock, Donnie Sutherland and Bertha Scott Waterfill.
The Constitution, to me, means that I am free. It states that I have rights that are unalienable, and can’t be taken away. I try to appreciate these rights, because other countries have different rights, if any.
The Central Kentucky Community Action Council, Inc. and Lincoln Trail Area Development District have come to a resolution on a senior transportation contract to resume transportation. This affects Breckinridge, Grayson, LaRue, Marion, Nelson and Washington Counties.
It’s that time of the year. You are sitting at the table with a large, orange pumpkin in front of you. The carving knives are ready to use, the trash can is nearby for all of the pulp. You cut the top off of the pumpkin and start throwing handfuls of tangled pulp away. You scrape all those slippery white seeds out to make room for a candle. By the end of the carving session, you are left with a spooky jack-o-lantern and a trash can full of pulp studded with white seeds.