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  • Lincoln Days antique tractor show has grown

     After a successful show at Lincoln Days last year, organizers of the Antique Tractor Show have decided to bring it back for a second year and they believe this year the show will have more entries.

    The show this year is organized by Frank Hornback, James Skaggs and Roy Hornback. The show will take place at CreekFront Park during Lincoln Days on Saturday, October 6 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • Cooking corner - October 3, 2018

    Apple Crisp

    1 box yellow cake mix

    1 pound sugar

    3 (20 Oz) cans apples or peaches, sliced pie size

    1 1/2 quick oatmeal

    2 sticks butter

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees

    Put apples in 10x14 inch pan.

    Place in oven and heat fruit thoroughly, while fruit is heating, melt butter, add dry ingredients, mix well. Remove fruit from oven and spread mixture over fruit. Return to oven and back for 30-35 minutes

    Serve warm

  • Southern States to help animals affected by Hurricane Florence

    Farm Supply Retailer Launches Feed It Forward and Puppy Paw Donation Drives

    Local farm supply retailer Southern States Cooperative is raising funds in their stores for animals in the areas affected by Hurricane Florence.

    The company is partnering with feed company Nutrena and its Feed It Forward program to collect financial donations in stores that the company will use to purchase and ship animal feed to the areas affected by Florence.

  • October is Farm to School Month

    Serving local foods in Kentucky schools benefits the entire community, Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles said in proclaiming October as Farm to School Month in Kentucky.

    “Eating healthy local foods helps Kentucky kids do their best,” Commissioner Quarles said. “At the same time, when schools buy local, farmers and food businesses increase their sales, and that boosts the local economy. During Farm to School Month, let’s celebrate our past success and commit to put more local foods on the plates of Kentucky school children in the future.”

  • Do your horses have enough hay?

    With winter just around the corner, and the 2018 hay season fixing to wrap up, hopefully horse owners have secured sufficient hay supplies. How do you estimate the amount of hay you will need? If you have mature horses at maintenance level, you would want to feed a mainly forage diet.

    The estimate would be similar to a 1,100-pound horse eating 2 percent of its body weight. That equals 22 pounds of hay per day. Feeding for 120 days, December through March would equal 1.3 tons of hay per horse.

  • LaRue drops a heartbreaker to Lincoln Co.

    As the Lincoln County Patriots strolled into Hawk Field last Friday night both teams seemed to be clicking on all cylinders. The Patriots dropped their first game of the year, but as they made the trip to Hawk Field this past Friday night they were riding a four game winning streak. As for the Hawks, the past two Friday nights had resulted in big wins against Adair County as well as Hart County. So, as expected, this game would prove to be a highly competitive contest between two teams trying to keep their winning streaks rolling and it didn’t disappoint.