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Today's Features

  • Apply God’s word to everyday living

    Only be strong and very courageous that you may observe to do according to all the law which Moses my servant commanded you. Do not turn from it to the right hand or to the left that you may prosper wherever you go. This Book of the Law shall not depart from your mouth but you shall meditate in it day and night that you may observe to do according to all that is written in it, for then you will make your way prosperous and then you will have good success. Joshua 1:7-8

  • The Kentucky Heartland Music Festival's Baby & Little Miss Contest will be held May 21 at the Towne Mall in Elizabethtown. Baby contests are open to boys and girls ages birth to not yet 5 years old. The Little Miss contests are open to girls ages 5-8.
    Registration forms are available at the following: 

    • Elizabethtown Hardin County Chamber of Commerce, 111 West Dixie, Elizabethtown

    • Republic Bank, 1690 Ring Road, Suite 5, Elizabethtown

    http://hardinchamber.com/Hardin-County-Applications.asp

  • Tracey Goldsmith and Bo Williams would like to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The wedding will be 6 p.m. June 25, 2011, at their home, 8045 New Jackson Hwy., Hodgenville. There will be a reception directly after the ceremony.

    All friends and relatives are invited.

  • The men of Israel made a big mistake when they “did not ask counsel of the Lord.” Because of this, they entered into a covenant that was not approved by God, and yet one they felt they had to honor, even when they discovered they had been deceived.

  • The judge asked, “How does the defendant plead?” Without hesitation the accused answers, “Guilty as charged.”
    This is not true today in the movies, on television, nor in real life.  Most of the time the accused pleads innocent whether they are guilty or not.

  • Nancy Raine of Hodgenville, a long-time genealogist, has made a generous donation to the LaRue County Genealogy Society.
    She has donated six volumes of her research covering the churches and one volume on sports in the area.
    Her work has been published and is on sale at the LaRue County Genealogy Society Library located on North Greensburg Street.

  • What marks the beginning of a new era for Sunrise Manor signals the end of a career for the nursing home’s beautician Dorothy Crump.
    As residents and employees prepare to move into the larger facility to be managed by Signature Healthcare, Crump, who has been styling hair of residents at the nursing home for the past 40 years, is preparing to retire.
    Crump, an East View native whose maiden name was Harper, married Bernice, a barber from Glendale, in 1961 (They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Feb. 13).

  • May 5 - Laugh & Learn, Kids Crew, Nationwide, LaRue Baptist, North L&N, Joe Brown Road, Bardstown Road
    May 6 - New Freedom, West Point, Watch Me Grow, Upton Talley Road, Maxine Road, New Jackson Hwy.
    May 9 - Rose Circle, Goodin Williams Road, Slack Road, Dan Dunn
    May 10 - LCHS, LCMS, Even Start, Poplar Ave., South L&N, Sunrise Manor, Campbellsville
    May 12 - First Friends, Even Start, McDowell Road
    May 13 - Kingdom Kids, Senior Center, Carter Bros. Road, Tonieville Road

  • Luminarias
    Luminarias are being sold as a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. To purchase a luminaria in memory or in honor of, contact any Relay team member or Beverly Veirs at 358-3210. Luminarias are $5 each; $50 for a torch. If you would like to send a picture by e-mail of your loved one for a slide show that will be presented on Relay night, send to beverlyaveirs@gmail.com by May 9. Relay for Life will begin 6 p.m. May 13 to 6 a.m. May 14.

    Mr. Relay contest

  • Planning is underway for the Lincoln Days Celebration.  With the support of the Fiscal Court, the Crosstown -Homemakers will host a reception Sept. 25, during the opening ceremonies and art show, located in the Lincoln Museum Community Room.
    The baby contest, Little Abe and Sarah events, and the selection of the best-dressed Pioneer Family, are scheduled for the auditorium at the Civic Center.  
    The following weekend, Oct. 1-2, the remainder of activities will take place downtown and at Creekfront Park.