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Today's Features

  • Eric Garrett, Chairman of Magnolia Bank is pleased to announce the election of Deena London and Ken Adams to the board of directors effective immediately.

    Deena joined the bank in 1993 and currently serves as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Ken joined the bank in 2006 and currently serves as Senior Vice President and Senior Agribusiness Lender.

    Chairman Garrett commented “Magnolia Bank is fortunate to have two quality individuals in Deena and Ken on our management team. We think they can also bring value to our board.”

  • Thought for the week: Nothing is permanent. Don’t stress yourself too much because no matter how bad the situation is....it will change.

    Snow or rain, it just can’t make up its mind. Hopefully, when the first day of spring gets here it will be more sunshine and warmer temperatures. One can only hope.

    March Madness is in the air. I have never filled out a bracket before, but I did this year just for me to see how it goes. Good luck everyone and may the best team win.

  • Twice while in Florida, we drove 19 miles to a large outdoor flea market in Deland, which had every kind of fruit and vegetable I knew about and much more.  The temptation was always to return to Dayton Shores with more than we could use before it went bad.  But people came by the droves and left with their carts loaded down.

  • On Friday, Elias Michael Clemons was born. On Saturday, Elias died. Today and forever, Elias wins.

    Job 1:21 “The LORD gave, and the LORD has taken away; blessed be the name of the LORD.”

    Elias wins. No one wants to bury their child. No one desires such suffering. So many questions, worries, fears and hurts. In the most difficult and darkest of days, one answer matters. God’s will. God is in control, even when life is so seemingly out of control. God is so good and worthy of our trust. Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

  • Women’s Conference

    Steadfast Baptist Church will host a Women’s Conference from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on March 25, at 170 Strange Road in Hodgenville. Joyce Burdon and Kayla Bell will be speaking and Lori Eastridge will lead worship. A light breakfast will be served at 9 a.m. and lunch will also be provided. All ladies are invited to attend. For more information contact Lisa Pickerell at 270-769-8637.

    Revival at Church of God

  • Single Mom’s Oil Change Dessert Auction

    A dessert auction will be held to support the Single Mom’s Oil Change to be held this year. The auction will begin at 6 p.m. on March 11 and will be held at Ovesen Heights Baptist Church. Everyone is invited; pies, cakes and other goodies will be auctioned off. The Single Mom’s Oil Change will be hosted by Harvestland Community Church. For more information contact Lauren Ragland at 270-324-3221 or email lksimpson87@gmail.com.

    Christian Women’s Connection meeting

  • By Paul Richey
    Guest Columnist

  • “For the life of the flesh is in the blood” (Lev. 17:11). Without blood there cannot be life in the physical body. This is also true in the Bible. Blood flows through the Bible just as it does through the veins of our body. The late W. A. Criswell authored many books, one of which was titled, The Scarlet Thread. He shows how the thread than ran from Genesis to Revelation was the blood of Jesus.

  • Mar 8

    LaRue Trace Apt., Taylor Mills Apt., Senior Center, HES, Campbellsville Rd.

    Mar 9

    Preschool ALES, McDougall St., Sunrise Manor, Lincoln Way

    Mar14

    LCHS, Paula’s Hot Biscuit, Sunrise Manor, Bulk Foods, Carter Brothers Rd.

    Mar 15

    LCMS, Headstart, Alvin Brooks, Buffalo Apts., Goodin Williams Rd., Slack Rd., Dan Dunn Rd.

    Mar 16

    Bullfrog & Butterflies, ALES

    Mar 21

    Little Eden, Katapillar Corner, Bailey Rd., Adult Daycare, Salem Church Rd.

  • Senior Citizens music

    The LaRue County Senior Citizens Center in Hodgenville has music beginning at 6:30 p.m. every Saturday. Musicians and singers are welcome. For more information call Charles 270-358-4311 or email Viola Riggs at viola47@windstream.net.

    Daily activities