Connie Noe of Hodgenville and the late Jerry Noe and Noreen and Marc Clemmons of Westchester, Ohio, would like to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their children, Tiffany Marie Higdon and David Cole Smith.
The bride to be is a graduate of LaRue County High School.
The prospective groom is a graduate of Green County High School.
The wedding is November 2011 in Kentucky. Formal invitations have been sent.
Following the ceremony, the couple plans to reside in Nashville, Tenn.
“We are getting a raw deal,” New Haven Mayor Bobby Johnson said during Thursday's New Haven Board of Commissioners meeting.
Johnson was referring to the new Nelson County Library branch being built in the city. While construction is moving along, the New Haven Board of Commissioners is none to happy the Nelson County Library Board of Trustees has decided to pull a proposed sprinkler system out of the plans due to a cost overrun.
LaRue County High School student and performer Kenzi Lewis was the guest of Rotarian Sam Sanders, and featured presenter at last week’s Hodgenville Rotary Club Meeting. Lewis made an appearance on last season’s American Idol.
Five generations of the Marcum family gathered. From left, Doogie Calhoun, Suzanne Marcum, Janet Marcum, holding Riley J. Calhoun who celebrated his second birthday July 2, 2011, and Eugene Hutcherson.
The road to Trappist takes a turn off the well-worn routes of everyday life — away from the thoroughfares that channel people to and from work, and even farther from the cities where people cook dinner, socialize, go to church, grow up and grow old.
Winter wheat grows along the road from either approach to the 163-year-old Abbey of Gethsemani. Along the drive south from New Haven Road, a grove of pines huddles against the nearby hills, so thick their trunks are tinted blue. The hour for daily Vespers, the monks’ evening prayer, is nearly here.