Somerset — Officials and well-wishers gathered Saturday morning to celebrate the grand opening of the Oasis Cafe with a ribbon cutting. The cafe, located on 115 Jordan’s Way off Ky. 914 and near Eagle Heights Church, is a full service restaurant with a lunch a dinner menu. Cafe will become the “Hope Kitchen” Monday through Saturday between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. and will serve free meals to those in need. The Oasis Cafe is located at the same campus at the Oasis Care Center and Thrift Store.
JFK assassination remembered
Pulaski countians are joining millions today as they pause to remember one of the blackest moments in this nation’s history. This is the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States.
‘Faith Cakes’ a non-profit project with a real sweet tooth
Baking, for April Adams, is a labor of love — and faith.
If you ask Adams what her plans are on any random day of the month, she’s likely to be preparing to make cakes and cupcakes from scratch as part of her baking business — but don’t think this is just any local baked goods operation.
Adams fills orders for around four cakes and around 15 dozen cupcakes a month, all in a variety of flavors. Her prices are tailored to the smallest of orders and to the largest of requests.
Beavers making comeback in Pulaski
“Beavers are all over the place ... in all parts of Pulaski County.”
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Northern Middle students get a reality check on life
It’s hard enough for adults to learn the ins and outs of car payments, mortgages, bills, health care costs, and child care expenses.
So imagine how difficult juggling the necessities of everyday life looks to 12- and 13-year-olds.
“I won’t be able to do a whole lot that I wanted to do,” said student Rachel Blevins, 12, during Northern Middle School’s popular “Reality Town” program. “I learned I will have to spend my money wisely.”
Blevins and the rest of Northern Middle School’s 7th grade population on Wednesday underwent a reality check of sorts, thanks to a program that has been offered to the students for 15 years now.
“We’re just giving them a dose of reality,” said Kathy Sampson, youth services center coordinator with Northern Middle.
When the students step foot into the school gym, they leave middle school and enter a very adult-looking world of banks, car payments, child care, health care costs, unexpected expenses, mortgages, groceries and utility bills, and even “Uncle Sam” himself — think taxes, taxes, and more taxes.
- ‘A Haunting at the Carnegie’ debuts Saturday
- SCC’s ‘Spoon River Anthology’ this Nov. 22-23
- Brandon Roush to play Beach Buckets Nov. 2
- A living legacy
Burnside sculptor crafting masterpiece
Most people, when they see a tree, might see a trunk, branches, limbs and leaves.
Richie Ritchie sees an undiscovered masterpiece
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