Recent Oldham County Homemaker News includes fall homemaker lessons, weekly homemakers newsletter, and new Oldham County Extension Homemaker Association officers.
Give a big welcome to Ashton Hilton, Oldham County Extension Program Assistant.
Family time during the pandemic can be tricky. Here are some ways that grandparents can still spend the holidays with grandchildren during the pandemic.
Long before the coronavirus pandemic, the United States was fighting an opioid epidemic. In the year before COVID-19, the U.S. saw 10.3 million people misuse prescription opioids. Use these tips to help protect your loved ones from addiction.
Cloth face coverings have become part of the wardrobe for many people venturing out in public. The CDC has provided a comprehensive set of guidelines for making, wearing, and caring for cloth face coverings.
Coverings for Kids is an effort to collect mask donations to provide to Kentucky schools at no cost. Donations of face coverings and masks in any size, for both children and adults, will be accepted.
What everyone should know about soil nutrients, fertilizers, and plant growth. Get a quick rundown of soil nutrients, fertilizers, soil testing, and other important information related to plant growth.
Monitor your own credit for free by checking your credit report. Now, because of COVID-19, the bureaus are offering free weekly online credit reports through April 2021.
Thinking about backyard chickens? Backyard chicken keeping may involve more than you thought. Review these requirements before jumping into poultry keeping.
Interested in beekeeping? Get the basics on keeping bees so that you can make an informed decision on whether or not beekeeping is right for you.