Today's Features

  • Lincoln Trail Area Development District

    Meeting change notice. The Full LTADD board of Directors will not meet in November. Only the Executive Committee will meet.

    2015 Festival of Trees and Silent Auction

  • Thought for the week: God won’t give you more than you can bear. He might let you bend but he won’t let you break!

    We didn’t make it to the Harp Twins concert on November 7. I talked to several people that attended and they said they really enjoyed it.

    Congratulations to Martha Rose for September employee of month and Marisela Royal for October employee of month at Nationwide Uniform.

  • Alice Lee Thomas was admitted to Hardin Memorial Hospital and returned to Sunrise Manor. Sunday morning, Reverend Jerry and wife Rosalyn Wilkinson were back at First Baptist from a two week vacation. They were glad to be back. Congratulations to Chazzman Hill being named “King of the Hill Classic Most Valuable Lineman.”

  • LaRue County Church of Christ Food Pantry

    The LaRue County Church of Christ Food Pantry will be giving food to those who qualify from 6 to 87 p.m. on Wednesday, November 18 and from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, November 20. For more information call 270-358-9812 or 270-388-9220.

    Women of the Bible Study at Buffalo Baptist

  • Many things are influencing our culture today, but probably none more than a lack of love shown by believers. What would it be like if those who claim to be redeemed and changed by the power of God began to live their lives in line with the teachings and desires of Christ?

    The great commandment is “Love the Lord God with all your heart, soul, mind, strength and your neighbor as yourself.” Over a dozen times in the New Testament we are told to “Love one another”. The life of the believer is to be characterized by love.

  • Donations being taken for former LCHS wrestler

    The LaRue County High School wrestling team is collecting items for former LCHS wrestler Kyle Edlin who is currently deployed overseas as a U.S> Marine. Items being collected are toiletries, snacks, magazines, etc. Items will be collected from 10 a.m. to noon during the home wrestling match on Saturday, November 21.

    LCHS Cheerleaders

    The LCHS cheerleading squad will have several fundraisers in November.

  • The Rolling Fork Iron Horse Festival committee recently announced that a portion of the profits made during the 2015 Rolling Fork Iron Horse Festival were put back in to the community by way of donations to several local non-profit organizations in the New Haven area. 

  • Thought for the week: Pray when you feel like worrying, give thanks when you feel like complaining and keep going when you feel like quitting.

    Saturday night I went on the Hardin County Special Olympics fundraiser casino trip to Horseshoe Bend Casino with Sandy Ray, Pat Ray, Mike Ray, Tina Ray, Lucas Ray and Amy Karlisl. All together there were 51 on the tour bus. We all had a great time and didn’t win big bucks, but we didn’t lose a lot either. First time I have ever been there and loved it.