Today's Features

  • Lyons Station School and Edlin Creek School reunion

    The annual Lyons Station School and Edlin Creek School reunion will be held at 1 p.m. on September 11 at Barry Hall at the New Haven Community Park located at 529 Maxie Ct. There will be a potluck lunch; meat and paper products will be provided. Everyone is invited; building is air conditioned. For more information contact Judy Kennedy at 502-549-3052.

  • 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

  • Benefit Auction at Sunrise Manor

    Sunrise Manor Red Hat Society will have an auction on September 2 at 7 pm  at Sunrise Manor.  Proceeds from this auction will go to Tracey Bowen Williams, a cancer patient who has been diagnosed with melanoma.  The Red Hat Society makes donations each year to benefit groups and/or individuals involved with diabetes, cancer, alzheimers, multiple sclerosis and heart disease.

    A Taste of Guatemala Living Waters Guatemala Project Benefit

  • Local author book signing

    The LaRue County Public Library will host a local author to speak and sign her books on September 1 at 6 p.m. Debbie Taylor, a former LCHS teacher, will be talking about her book “Hart of the Roundstone.” This is a Christian historical fiction book based on a local family in the 1840s. Please call the LaRue County Public Library if you have any questions at 270-358-3851.

    Mobile Mammogram Unit 

  • Hell. Do you avoid thinking or talking about Hell? Why? Is it simply too unpleasant and distasteful? Or is it out of a hidden or repressed fear? Should we think and talk about Hell?

    Does Hell really exist? Some believe Hell does not exist and question how a loving God could send someone there. Others assert that Hell is simply life here on earth. Some use the word “Hell” casually and flippantly, showing they don’t even understand what it really is.

  • Old Mount Sherman Cemetery accepting donations

    Old Mount Sherman Cemetery is accepting donations for upkeep. Mail checks to Dale Warren, 3624 Sand Ridge Road, Magnolia, KY 42757 or call 270-528-4142.

  • There was a time when we heard the saying, “A man’s word is as good as his bond.”  Or maybe someone used as his motto: “I always do what I say I will do.” Many today make promises, but don’t keep them; and some give their word, but never make it good.

    But there is one on whom you can always depend. In your Bible, you will find that Jesus made many promises some of which have already been fulfilled, some He is doing now and others apply to the future.