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Do you need some practice on the road before taking your first drivers’ test? Or do you already have a license, but want to hone your driving skills
Ashland Community and Technical College is offering a driving instruction course that will help both teens and adults prepare for the road
Taught by Boyd County Sheriff’s Deputy Rick Riffe, students will learn good driving skills through the…

ACTC is offering classes taught by J. Bird Cremeans, a local photographer and experienced Photoshop instructor. Classes are from 6:30-8 p.m. at the Roberts Drive Campus
Intro to Photography is designed for beginners and hobbyists and will meet on Wednesday evenings starting Aug. 30-Oct. 4. Participants will get one-on-one instruction, notes and assignments to learn how to use their cameras’ settings. The fee is $75
Intro…

KY Power presents third installment of $815,000 grant to ACTC
Jul 21, 2017
Kentucky Power recently delivered the third installment of an $815,000 multi-year grant that is funding efforts to boost science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in Lawrence County Schools
The American Electric Power (AEP) Foundation Credits Count Grant, announced in 2015, is being funded over five years in partnership with Ashland Community and…

History was made when the Rev. Tikiko Namata Lesuma was ordained and elder during the service of ordination at the 169 th session of the California-Nevada Conference. Lesuma is the first Fijian person to be ordained an elder in The United Methodist Church (UMC). "It's very humbling. I feel so blessed and so privileged to be ordained…It's an opportunity to be able to encourage more Fijian folks to come into leadership in our conference, and the broader church," says Lesuma. "It is God's…

Nothing says summer like grilling outside with friends and family. Check out our grilling tips and find hot summer deals in your local weekly ad.
The Top Dogs in the Nation
From coast-to-coast, the mighty hot dog takes many different forms. It's all about the toppings.

The United Methodist Council of Bishops will move its 2018 May meeting from Manila, Philippines, for security reasons.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first extended adjuvant therapy for early-stage, HER2-postive breast cancer.

BP is proud to be an international partner of the IPC and its vision to enable para-athletes to achieve sporting excellence and inspire and excite the world

A major 20-year study led by the Minneapolis Veterans Affairs Health Care System has found more evidence that surgery for early-stage prostate cancer does not help men live longer than observation.

Tufan Erginbilgic, chief executive, Downstream at the WPC in Istanbul, Turkey

This year’s free music concert line-up will have you dancing in your seat through September!

In the wake of official announcement of Mosul’s liberation from the so-called ‘Islamic State’ (IS) group, World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit called for a commitment to restoring the social and religious diversity of the city and region.

Dev Sanyal, chief executive, alternative energy and executive vice president, regions at the WPC in Istanbul, Turkey

Consider a basic emergency kit to keep in the car at all times and a travel kit tailored to a specific trip.

July 6, 2017–A new report finds more than half of all cancer deaths in men in 2013 in China and more than a third of those in women were attributable to a group of potentially modifiable risk...

United Methodists in Nigeria are suffering as more land is lost each year to desertification.

The latest edition of BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy sheds new light on the long-term transitions and shorter-term adjustments shaping global energy markets in 2016. The numbers and charts indicate that the world is moving toward cleaner fuels, but what does the data reveal about how this energy evolution is progressing in the United States?

Take your party to the next level by getting your food in the holiday spirit. Check out our ideas for a few festive and patriotic dishes! We love using fresh summer fruit like strawberries, peaches, cherries, and blueberries that are perfect for a red, white and blue party. We also included a few recipes that are easy to color like Fruit Crispy Treats - just add food coloring to your marshmallows to make your treats festive
Don't forget to feed your festive crowd!…

Larry Buxton says an effective sermon speaks to people’s real needs, challenges them, shares Jesus, and proclaims that God is at work in our lives.

If you're bored at the grill, try grilling fruit! Grilling can extract fruits' natural sugars by caramelizing the surface. The result is a delicious, healthy topping for vanilla ice cream!
Directions
Heat grill to high; brush grates with oil.
Toss pineapple rounds with olive oil and season with salt.
Place rounds on grill. Cover, and cook until charred and tender, turning once, 8 to 12 minutes.
Serve as a side dish or eat with a scoop of ice-cream!

Friday, January 1, 2011
Guest Writer for this Unit: Mark Jefferson. Mark is a first-year PhD student at Emory University in Atlanta, GA
The unit you are viewing, Emancipation Proclamation Day and Juneteenth, is a compact unit. This means that it does not have a supporting cultural resource unit and worship unit. Instead, to enliven the imagination of preachers and teachers, we have provided scriptural text(s)…