Central Hardin 12 – Taylor County 0
Green County 19 – Washington County 0
Hart County 5 – Bethlehem 0
Marion County 5 – North Hardin 0
Bardstown 5 – Elizabethtown 0
Central Hardin 8 – Larue County 6
Marion County 14 – Hart County 4
Nelson County 7 – Campbellsville 6
On Saturday,June 3,TW Wash Lodge #430, F&AM, and the Gravel Switch Fire Department will be sponsoring a all you can eat big breakfast with all proceeds going to the Crusade for Children.
The menu includes pancakes and sausage, bacon and eggs, hash brown casserole, fried apples, biscuits and gravy, and more!!!
The location is the Gravel Switch Community Center, and the hours are 7til 11am. The price is $7 for adults and $4 for kids 10and under.
2017 5th Region Fast Pitch Softball Tournament
All games at Central Hardin
May 29th –
Taylor County vs Central Hardin
Washington County vs Green County
Hart County vs Bethlehem
Marion County vs North Hardin
Semi Finals May 30
6 P.M. & 8 P.M.
Championship Game May 31
The bracket for the 2017 5th Region Tournament to be held at Marion County High School was announced on Saturday morning. The schedule for the week (weather permitting) will be (all times are Eastern):
MONDAY, MAY 29:
11:00 AM — Elizabethtown v. Bardstown (Game 1)
1:30 PM — Marion Co. v. Hart Co. (Game 2)
4:00 PM — Nelson Co. v. Campbellsville (Game 3)
6:30 PM — LaRue Co. v. Central Hardin (Game 4)
TUESDAY, MAY 30 — SEMI-FINALS:
5:30 PM — Winner of Game 1 v. Winner of Game 2
7:30 PM — Winner of Game 3 v. Winner of Game 4
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31 — CHAMPIONSHIP:
6:30 PM — Winner of Semi-final 1 v. Winner of Semi-final 2
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s unemployment rate stayed at 4.8 percent in December.
The state Office of Employment and Training said Kentucky’s seasonally adjusted unemployment did not change from November, but it is 0.9 percentage points lower than the 5.7 percent unemployment rate for December 2015. Nationally, the unemployment rate was 4.7 percent according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
Kentucky’s civilian labor force grew by 11,903 people to a total of just over 2 million. Employment was up by more than 11,700 and the number of unemployed increased by 188.
One of the biggest growth areas was trade, transportation and utilities, which added 2,100 jobs. That sector includes retail, which added more jobs for the holiday season. Government jobs decreased by 100 compared to November and have dropped by 2,600 positions since December 2015.
Washington Co. 3.1
Nelson Co. 3.6
Marion Co 3.5
The start of a new year is the perfect time to turn a new page, which is probably why so many people create New Year’s Resolutions. A new year often feels like a fresh start, a great opportunity to eliminate bad habits and establish new routines that will help you grow emotionally, socially, physically or intellectually. Of course, resolutions are much easier to make than to keep and by the end of January many of us have abandoned our resolve and settled back into our old patterns.
Choose a Specific, Realistic Goal
Every year, millions of adults resolve to “lose weight” or “get in shape” during the next year. Instead of selecting such an ambiguous goal, focus on something more concrete that you can realistically set your sights on. For example, you might commit to losing 10 pounds or running a mini-marathon. Choosing a concrete, achievable goal also gives you the opportunity to plan exactly how you are going to accomplish your goal over the course of the year.
Start With Small Steps
Taking on too much is a common reason why so many New Year’s Resolutions fail. Dramatically slashing calories, over-doing it at the gym, or radically altering your normal behavior are sure-fire ways to derail your plans. Instead, focus on taking tiny steps that will ultimately help you reach your larger goal.
Avoid Repeating Past Failures
Another strategy for keeping your New Year’s Resolution is to not make the exact same resolution year after year.
Remember That Change Is a Process
Those unhealthy habits that you are trying to change probably took years to develop, so how can you expect to change them in just a matter or days, weeks, or months? It may take longer than you would like to achieve your goals, but remember that this is not a race to the finish. Once you have made the commitment to changing a behavior, it is something that you will continue to work on for the rest of your life.
Don’t Let Small Stumbles Bring You Down
Encountering a setback is one of the most common reasons why people give up on their New Year’s Resolutions. If you suddenly relapse into a bad habit, don’t view it as a failure. The path toward your goal is not a straight one and there are always going to be challenges. Instead, view relapses as learning opportunities.
Get Support From Your Friends and Family
Yes, you’ve probably heard this advice a million times, but that is because the buddy system actually works. Having a solid support system can help you stay motivated. Explain what your goals are to your close friends or family and ask them to help you achieve your objectives. Better yet, enlist the help of others by joining a group that shares your goal.
Renew Your Motivation
During the first days of a New Year’s Resolution, you will probably feel confident and highly motivated to reach your goal. Because you haven’t really faced any discomfort or temptation associated with changing your behavior, making this change might seem all too easy.
Keep Working on Your Goals
By February, many people have lost that initial spark of motivation that they felt immediately after making their New Year’s Resolution. Keep that inspiration alive by continuing to work on your goals, even after facing setbacks. If your current approach is not working, reevaluate your strategies and develop a new plan.
Consider keeping a resolution journal, where you can write about your successes and struggles. Write down the reasons why you are working toward your goal so that you can refer to them during times when you feel uninspired and unmotivated. By sticking with it and working on your goal all year long, you can be one of the few able to say that you really did keep your New Year’s Resolution.