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Today's Opinions

  • Tips to keep your salad greens fresh

    Need ideas on how to keep your salad greens fresh? A nutrition specialist with Nebraska Extension shares these salad-making tips. Salad dressing slides off damp salad greens and collects in the bottom of the salad bowl. You’ll get more flavor with less dressing (and fewer calories!) if salad greens are washed and dried before tossing your salad with dressing. A tablespoon of an oil and vinegar dressing may be all it takes for two cups of dried salad greens.

  • Tips to keep your salad greens fresh

    Need ideas on how to keep your salad greens fresh? A nutrition specialist with Nebraska Extension shares these salad-making tips. Salad dressing slides off damp salad greens and collects in the bottom of the salad bowl. You’ll get more flavor with less dressing (and fewer calories!) if salad greens are washed and dried before tossing your salad with dressing. A tablespoon of an oil and vinegar dressing may be all it takes for two cups of dried salad greens.

  • Excel’s Hidden Goodies – Visible Cells
  • 2016 Walking Challenge

    The first six week Walking Challenge was a great success, it was promoted by the Extension Office during the Extension Expo and ran from Easter to Mother’s Day this spring. 69 people participated on 13 walking teams. Each team could have up to six people and had fun names such as: Board Walkers, Book – It!, CHC Power Walkers, Holy Walkamolies, Lincoln’s Ladies, Much Ado About Books, Red Hot Chili Steppers, Roam’n Chicklets, Sassy Steppers, Steppin’ into Spring, The Fast & Furious Five, The Tootsie Rolls and Walk It Like It’s Hot.

  • Tourism on the rise

    Last week, state tourism leaders unveiled the latest annual study on the positive impact this industry has in Kentucky.  In a word, the news was good.

    Overall, tourism generated nearly $14 billion in direct and indirect sales in 2015, a five percent increase over 2014’s total.  It supported 186,000 jobs and provided nearly $1.5 billion in state and local tax revenue.

  • Peacocks in the Smokies and a bop-it high score I must keep

    Vacation has been a thing we do in small clusters of one long weekend here and one long weekend there and usually we’re camping. We haven’t really taken a vacation since our camper’s roof started leaking and floor practically rotted out from under our feet. In other words, it’s been a couple of years.

  • Accepting the challenge of education

    A quarter-century ago, Kentucky had nowhere to go but up when it came to the education levels of adults 25 and older.

    Only two-thirds had graduated from high school and less than a sixth had earned a bachelor’s degree.  No state had a lower combined percentage.

  • Testing your Internet speed

    Is your Internet connection fast enough? Probably not, but, how can you find out how fast it really is?