Since selling his first short story in 2012, Madisonville-based author Matthew Alan Hughes has worked exclusively in the horror fiction genre, but his latest novel promises to take both he and readers in a totally new direction as he branches out into the world of non-fiction.
Broadry — According to the RV rental marketplace Outdoorsy, campers who rent out their RVs to other families can make upwards of $1,000 or more per week. The lucrative side hustle opportunity is leading more to consider buying an RV for the purpose of renting. But...
Gregory Pratt, a student in the physical therapist assistant program at Madisonville Community College, has been named a 2021 New Century Workforce Scholar and will receive a $1,250 scholarship.
You’ve tried them all: lattes, Americanos, macchiatos and the ever-popular cold brew beverages. Depending on your mood, you love each drink equally, but you never really stopped to think about what sets them apart, because, let’s face it, you just love cold caffeine.
Some people just can’t wait for summer. Their toes are more than ready to escape the constraints of winter footwear, determined to live in flip-flops at the first sign of green grass.
Right now, I’m loving my air fryer. It’s literally saving my life and keeping my children from starving, all while making me feel like a gourmet chef. I barely use my stove for more than counter space anymore because my air fryer is giving me all the feels. Maybe I need a larger one to keep my current one company.
While working on the 1985 book “Habits of the Heart,” the late sociologist Robert N. Bellah met “Sheila,” who described her faith in words that researchers have quoted ever since.
Mercedes-Benz boasts an alphabet-soup selection of SUV offerings, including the G, GLA, GLB, GLC, GLE and GLS. Most are wrapped in appropriately shapely bodies that befit a luxury marque's uptown wagon.
Not only has rainfall dropped over 45 years, the number of days between storms has risen, particularly in the Southwest, said a study whose authors included three University of Arizona researchers.
Broadry — Rentals for recreation vehicles continue to climb as more Americans are looking to safely explore the great outdoors while enjoying the comforts of home. According to the RV Industry Association, a group that represents the majority of US RV manufacturers, nearly 12 million Americans...
One of the most well-known of the ancient Christian preachers is John Chrysostom (c. 340 — 407). He is well-known because so many of his writings have survived. Many of his sermons hold up well even today.
For Michael and Korey Brown, growing not only describes the flowers and tomatoes inside their large greenhouses, but also their business, which has become their family’s livelihood.
The Duster seen here is a 1973 model, decked out in Basin Street Blue, one of 16 colors on the Duster palette for 1973. Oh yes, about that headline reference to Kahoks Purple, if you are a resident of the near-east side, you’ll understand. The Kahoks is the name used by Collinsville High School for their athletic teams, and their colors are purple (just like the Duster in this story) and white.
In this week’s Q&A, Brad Wilson from Brad’s Deals answers questions from Kohl’s shoppers on finding the best deals and using rewards. Note: If you purchase something through a Brad’s Deals link, the site may earn a commission. Pricing and product availability are accurate as...
(Broadry) — For a large part of the country Memorial Day is the beginning of the warm stretch of summer months. The day is synonymous with barbecues, parades and camping. Every year families flock to outdoor destinations and campgrounds to enjoy some quality time after...
Since being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at the age of 2, Owensboro resident Corey Ziemer has used art as a form of expression to communicate with his loved ones. Now, he has developed it into his own business, according to his mother Tisha Ziemer.
My faith heritage is located in the Radical Reformation and Reason. Because of that, Holy Week is for people of similar heritage pretty much like any other week of the year. Those who come from mainline traditions may spend more days attending services this week than any other time of year.
After a media firestorm ignited by a Vatican condemnation of same-sex unions — because God “cannot bless sin” — Catholic progressives immediately looked for hope in the words of bishops, President Joe Biden and even Pope Francis.
When the country came to a near standstill a year ago, most houses of worship closed their doors and turned to online services to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. This year, with cases plummeting and vaccinations on the rise, religious leaders across the nation appear to be divid…
The weekend was here. It was late Friday night and I had yet to even consider what car would be the subject of the column you’re reading at this moment, and my deadline was 5 p.m. Monday! There had been a few cars that I had seen in the past few weeks that I could consider, but they all still required contacting owners, setting up appointments to meet with their cars and lengthy discussions before “putting pen to paper.” Sorry, that was the ‘olden days’ now I guess it’s “fingertips to the keyboard.”
(Broadry) — The call of the open road is being heard by many this summer. After a full year of limited travel, staying inside, and forgoing and postponing events, people are ready to plan their summer vacations and get outside! Last year, RVshare’s business doubled (2019...
Years before being being suspected of killing eight people in a suburb of Atlanta, including six Asian women, Robert Aaron Long was active in his Southern Baptist congregation, his youth pastor said Wednesday.
Okay, it wasn’t actually “F.O.R.D.” (found on road ‘driving’), but it was close. I spotted this handsome Ford Fairlane 500 convertible in the parking lot at Dorris Intermediate School in the Collinsville, Illinois Unit 10 School District, when I was picking up the kids after school for their end of day bus rides home. I’m not certain what is at work here, but these local area cars just seem to jump out at me as if to say “write a story about me for the Old Car Column!” So, here it is.
By Andrea Woroch
More Americans than ever are buying homes. In fact, a report from Zillow estimates 6.9 million existing home sales this year, the most since 2005, and projects a nearly 22% one-year gain in sales, the largest jump since the early 1980s.
If you are among the millions hunting for a home, it’s important to get a few money items in order first. One of the most important financial steps in the home buying process is saving for a down payment. However, considering 72% of prospective homebuyers said their home savings plan was disrupted by the pandemic, according to a recent report from ImproveNet, getting back on track may feel impossible.
Whether you’ve been dreaming of buying a home for years or just started thinking about it, don’t wait to start saving...
Baptist Health Madisonville has been awarded a $10,000 WHAS Crusade for Children grant that was utilized to purchase a gait training device that will help children in the Pediatric Therapy Care program.
In 1999, the estate of Edwin Friedman published notes from an unfinished book. The result was “A Failure of Nerve: Leadership in the Age of the Quick Fix.” Here is what he said about American society’s reactivity to nearly everything.
The words “Restoring lives …. one life at a time” stretch around a mural painted on the sides of St. Benedict’s Women & Family Services day shelter at 904 Hickman Ave.
When temperatures plunged during a deadly winter storm in Texas last month, Ezell Holley was one of millions to lose power.