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Today's Features

  • Kayla Skaggs and Ryan Hornback visited the Hodgenville Rotary Club as guests of Rotarian and Superintendent Sam Sanders.

  •  In the 1982 NBA championship series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Philadelphia 76ers, the Lakers won the first three games. One more game and the Lakers would be the champions. But the 76ers refused to give up. A sports writer interviewed Julius Erwin (Dr. J) and asked if the 76ers were going to concede the series. Dr. J showed optimism when he said, “It is not over until it’s over.”

  • Food pantry at LaRue County Church of Christ
    The LaRue County Church of Christ’s food pantry will give away food 6-7 p.m. March 27 to those who qualify. The church is located on Old E’town Road, Hodgenville. For more information, call 358-9812.

    First Baptist hosts community Good Friday service
    First Baptist Church Hodgenville, 730 Tonieville Road, and LaRue County Ministerial Association will host a community Good Friday service at noon March 29. Lunch will follow.

  • The sign at the post office read, “Your country needs you.”
    The U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps was established by Congress on June 15, 1943 (the Bolton Act) as an emergency to provide an adequate supply of nurses at home and the military during World War II.
    Hilda Morrison Harned of Hodgenville was one of the 95,000 women to answer that call.

  • Karaoke and dancing
    There will be karaoke and dancing 7-11 p.m. March 29 – and each following Friday night – at the old square dance building, 1524 Hodgenville Road, Elizabethtown. All ages welcome. Door prizes and 50/50 drawing. No alcohol. Admission is $3 to go toward building’s rental fee. For information, call Steve and Linda Vincent at 735-5077.

    Ancestral Trails

  • Hodgenville Rotarian Katie McDowell presented LaRue County High School baseball coach Eric Allen with a check for the LaRue County Baseball Boosters for a pallet of turf conditioner for their field.

  •  The second annual Relay for Life Survivor Dinner was held Thursday at First Baptist Church Hodgenville. About 90 people attended, including 40 survivors equaling nearly 420 years of cancer survival.

    The meal was blessed by David Stillwell, caregiver and husband of recent cancer survivor, Mary Jane Stillwell. Sister Rita Jerrell, a Hero of Hope, gave the group some challenging words to live by as well as sharing her personal cancer story.

  •  Have you ever wondered why there were three crosses on Calvary? Why was Jesus placed on the center cross?

    The crosses on each side of Jesus represent the choice you and I must make. The choice we make determines how we live our life on earth and where we spend eternity.

  •  Our daily lives are flooded with numbers: PIN numbers, phone numbers and various account numbers. But there are also certain health numbers that can save and extend your life.

    • Cholesterol: less than 200mg/dl.