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Southside Development LLC to Rushing Builders Inc., Lot 238, McLellan Crossings subdivision, $42,500.

Liberty Financial Credit Union presented a check for $50,000 for tornado relief to the Red Cross of South Central Kentucky. The total includes a $25,000 match by the credit union to donations made by members and employees.

Jeff Gehrig has been promoted to regional vice president of field operations for the southern Ohio region for Spectrum, the internet and cable service provider that does business in Warren County.

With little regard to the historical significance of anything created by nature or man, or more importantly human life, a tornado outbreak dropped all sorts of destruction on a widespread section of our state in December.

I’ve been writing a weekly column for more than a decade. This practice has served as an avenue of exploration, a chance to reflect on the state of the world and an opportunity to connect with all of you.

“Drone Wars: Pioneers, Killing Machines, Artificial Intelligence, and the Battle for the Future” by Seth J. Frantzman, New York and Nashville: Bombardier Books, 2021. 287 pages, $30 (hardcover).

Alvaton Land Partners LLC to JDA Construction LLC, Lot 22, Breckenridge subdivision, $52,380.

In Dorset, England, the Christmas, or Lenten, Rose (Helleborus niger) should be planted at the doorstep to “welcome Christ into your home.” Conversely, it brought bad luck upon those who picked it.

Cox Automotive, in partnership with the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers, awarded its Rising Star Award to Amber Martin, director of community and business partnerships for Bowling Green’s Martin Management Group.

“The Tender Bar” is a film we’ve seen before – a coming-of-age story where the hero overcomes setbacks in his or her home life with the help of a wise mentor.

TriStar Greenview Regional Hospital has named Jared Lesher chief operating officer. Lesher will have oversight of surgical, cardiac and imaging services and other duties.

Corbett and Wanda Clark to Corbett and Wanda Clark and William Howell, land near Dye Ford Road, $392,000.

On May Day in Herefordshire and surrounding English counties, young birch trees dressed in red and white ribbons were propped against stable doors. They averted bad luck and protected horses from being “hag-ridden” – stolen by witches for midnight rides.

Richard and Joyce Browning to Corey Miller and Stephanie and Jeffrey Barefoot, Lot 30, Hillview addition, $265,000.

I was chatting with one of my friends last week about holiday plans. He mentioned that his daughter had a new boyfriend. Their relationship was getting serious, and the young couple decided they wanted their parents to meet. So, my friend and his wife were headed to the west coast to have Ch…

“Under Jerusalem: The Buried History of the World’s Most Contested City” by Andrew Lawler. Doubleday. 426 pp. $32.50. Review provided by The Washington Post.

“Spells Trouble: Sisters of Salem (Sisters of Salem, 1)” by P.C. and Kristin Cast. Pittsburgh: Wednesday Books, 2021. 320 pages, $18.99 (hardcover).

Americans have been generous after military victories. Just look at the postwar economic miracles in Germany and Japan. But it’s harder to be generous in defeat – as we see in the Biden administration’s wary response to the humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan following the Taliban’s seiz…

Although the popularity of the Christmas tree is attributed to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, it was Queen Charlotte, Victoria’s grandmother, who introduced it to Britain. George III’s wife was German, and she loved the custom of bringing an evergreen inside at the Yuletide and decorating…

Mackenzie Meadows LLC to James and Susan Peterson, Lot 30, Spring Lakes subdivision, $242,500.

Warren County Farm Bureau was recognized during the 102nd Kentucky Farm Bureau annual meeting in Louisville for its outstanding membership and program achievement in 2021.