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Today's Features

  • Crossflame concert

    Early”s Chapel UMC is excited to invite you to a concert by Crossflame, which is a youth choir and orchestra from Hickory North Carolina. The group is made up of youth from 6th - 12th grade and their music is for people of all ages. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. eastern time on June 23 and it’s at Early’s Chapel at 4065 Bengal Road HWY 323 in Campbellsville. For more information call 270-465-1230.

    Sweet Chariots Car and Bike Show

  • By Paul Richey

    Guest Columnist

    As we near Father’s Day, it is imperative that we take a few moments to understand three important characteristics of an earthly father who is living obediently to the Lord. In Deuteronomy 6:4-9, the Lord declared how one should live and lead their household.

  • The Apostle Paul begins his letter to the Colossians by referring to himself as “an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God” (1:1).  “By the will of God” means that God chose Paul to be an apostle. This was God’s will for Paul and to him was the only thing that mattered for his life.

  • Let’s continue in prayer for the families that have lost loved ones due to various acts of violence, injuries, or sickness. Let’s also remember to pray for all the sick and shut-ins, hospitals, nursing homes, institutions, jailhouses, prisons, rehabs, the homeless, families who has lost loved ones, our country, the violence throughout the country, and most of all, pray for one another.

  • Thought for the week: When you are down to nothing. God is up to something!

    Another LaRue County Fair has come and gone. We didn’t make it out and the weather was just too hot. At least we didn’t have rain like we usually do. Congratulations to Daniel Skaggs on winning the Karaoke contest. Saturday night we went to Ryan Ray’s graduation party at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown. It was well attended. I got to learn a new dance thanks to DJ Jimmy and it was a lot of fun.

  • Big brother Clayton Lee Stillwell proudly announces the birth of his sister, Emma Meredith Stillwell.

    Emma was born May 30, 2016 and weighed 7lbs. 13oz. and was 19 inches long.

    Emma is the daughter of Aaron and Marla Stillwell of Hodgenville. Grandparents are Reed and Angie Smith of Magnolia, and Roger and Bonnie Stillwell of Upton. 

  • Mr. and Mrs. Dean Williams of Hodgenville will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on June 20.

    The couple was married June 20, 1951 at Oak Hill Baptist Church with Harlan L. Williams officiating the ceremony.

    They have two sons Glenn (Janet) Williams and Scott (Rosanna) Williams; both of Hodgenville; two grandsons and five great grandchildren.  

  • Kenneth and Mary Rita (Brey) Gibson will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on June 16.

    The couple was married at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Howardstown on June 16, 1951.

    The couple have three sons; Kenny Ray of Campbellsville, Joey also of Campbellsville, and Dorman of White House, TN. The couple also have three daughters, Eugenia (Jeannie) Butler of Sonora, Venita Hawkins of Mt. Sherman, and Viola Hawkins of Allendale, as well as 12 grandchildren, 1 step granddaughter, and 20 great-grandchildren.

  • Alison Hines, formerly of Hodgenville and Kelly Thompson of Maysville are pleased to announce their engagement. Alison is the daughter of Jeannie and Gary Bell and the late Tim Hines, sister of Cheryl Miller. Hines currently lives in Georgetown and is a supervisor for Child Protective Services. Thompson is the son of Kim Thompson and Bill Thompson, brother of Tracey Thompson-Clark. He currently lives in Georgetown and is a team leader for Toyota. The couple ill be married in Wilmore at Estes Chapel in July.