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Today's Features

  • A pair of antique spinning wheels (used to weave thread) and a yarn spinner (used to store yarn for knitting) has been donated to The Lincoln Museum’s collection. Director Iris LaRue, said the donation is very special, due to the items’ history in LaRue County.

    Mae Bright, a 93-year-old native LaRue Countian, gifted the antiques because she didn’t want them to leave the county.

  • Georgetown

    By John R. Smith

    R.B. Smith is in Sunrise Manor Nursing Home, room 2501, with his wife Mary E. Smith. He’s doing fairly well and as he says, “just taking one day at a time.” Ella Lacey Doepp is home from Hardin Memorial Hospital and was at church Sunday morning. She was released last Wednesday. Alice Lee Thomas has returned home and doing well. Rennie Powell has also returned home. Mitzi Smith Moore had surgery Monday at Suburban Hospital, Louisville.

  • Sin is Public Enemy Number One. It always has been, and always will be. Sin breaks the heart of God, nailed Jesus to the cross and carries men down to hell.

    We read in 1 John 3:4 that “sin is lawlessness.” Someone says, “I don’t see any harm in this thing or that thing.” But it is not a question of how we see things, but how God sees them. Since he is God he has a right to say “thou shalt” or “thou shalt not.”

  • Entering foster care is widely considered one of the most difficult things a child can go through. Oftentimes, children in foster care have been taken from their birth family for reasons such as abuse, drug use, mental illness or crime.

    One family in Sonora is trying to turn some of those negatives into positives.

  •  The Historical Preservation and Information Center, located at 306 Center St. in New Haven, has been developing over the past year into a gathering place for the community and a celebration of town history and local military personnel.

    In the front room of the building, photographs of New Haven veterans line the walls, and in the office area, Tessie Cecil, director of the center, displays a collection of items and photos of New Haven businesses and landmarks throughout the years.

  • Hope Holiday Marketplace

    Hodgenville United Methodist Church is having a Hope Holiday Marketplace 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Nov. 15 with craft and direct sales vendors with a portion of proceeds benefiting the Hope Food Pantry. The church is located at 825 Tonieville Road, Hodgenville.

     

    Oak Hill holds auction for missionaries

  • Santa’s Helpers bake sale and food drive

    Santa’s Helpers will hold a bake sale and canned food drive beginning at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 15 at Hometown IGA. Proceeds will be used to buy new toys for children at Christmas. For more information, call Snookie Morrison at 270-234-3313.

     

    Photo fundraiser for Cutting Edge

  • Santa’s Helpers Toy Drive

    Santa’s Helpers are collecting new and used toys and batteries for the 48th annual Santa Run on Dec. 24. Donations are accepted at Santa’s Workshop, 760 Salem Lake Road, Hodgenville – or a volunteer will pick up the items. For more information or to volunteer, call Ann “Snookie” Morrison at 270-234-3313.

     

    Magnolia Village Post Office grand opening

  • We have just celebrated Veterans Day/Remembrance Day. Honoring all our armed service veterans is one of the good things we do as a nation. To these veterans we owe a debt of gratitude because they were willing to go, to serve and to give on behalf of the United States of America. God bless you!