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Today's Features

  • Every time the early Christians faced opposition they seemed to increase their praying. When they were challenged they joined together in praying even more to God for strength, guidance and wisdom (Acts 4:23-31).

    Someone said, “When life is good, we should pray; but when life is bad, we have to pray.” We are in a spiritual battle as Christians (Ephesians 6:11-18), which means we should be committed to a life of prayer. Where else can we go but to the Lord for the help we need? We are to constantly be in prayer both in good and bad times.

  • Ella Grace Bales is proud to announce the arrival of her brother, Tate Elijah Bales.

    Tate Elijah was born at 4:35 p.m. on April 28, 2014, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds 13 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Tate’s parents are Nathan and Amanda Bales of Hodgenville. Maternal grandparents are Beverly and the late Roy Veirs of Hodgenville. Paternal grandparents are Richard and Rita Bales of Hodgenville.  

  • Ella Grace Bales is proud to announce the arrival of her brother, Tate Elijah Bales. 

    Tate Elijah was born at 4:35 p.m. on April 28, 2014, at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds 13 ounces and was 20 inches long.

    Tate's parents are Nathan and Amanda Bales of Hodgenville. Maternal grandparents are Beverly and the late Roy Veirs of Hodgenville. Paternal grandparents are Richard and Rita Bales of Hodgenville.

  •   Fair Board to meet

    The LaRue County Fair Board will meet 7 p.m. Thursday, July 17 at the Fairgrounds.

     

  • Four generations of LaFollettes gathered Sunday. From left, Danny LaFollette, Cathy LaFollette, holding her great-granddaughter, Addalynn Grace LaFollette, and Brittany LaFollette. Addalynn Grace was born July 3, 2014.

  • Teresa Gomez and J.W. Head were the winners of $5 gift certificates from Lincolns Loft and library book bags from the LaRue County Public Library’s adult summer reading program. A grand prize will be given away Aug. 1.

  • Sunday marked the third anniversary for Lane Lincoln’s ministers, Rev. Aaron and Shavone Moss Sr., to be with the church. Their escorts were Tyrone and Shirl Wooten. They were given flowers and many words of encouragement from Rev. Starks and Bishop King.

  • On Aug. 9, Bobbie Walsh will host his 11th annual Trail Ride for Christ at Double J Stables and Horsemen’s Camp at Mammoth Cave.

    The ride typically draws as many as 80 people each year, according to his wife, Cookie Walsh.

    “It seems like there’s quite a bit of interest this year,” she said.

    The event includes an optional trail ride, an evening meal provided by Butch Nunn at 4, music by Carson Howard at 5, and a worship service featuring a message by Reverend Billy Curle at 6. (All Central times).

  • LaRue County is home to nearly 70 churches. To many people, churches are a place to meet people, help people, and find help.

    Though some focus on helping the world in a more broad sense, many of these churches make it their mission to reach out to those in need locally. Programs like food pantries and other outreach ministries are popping up everywhere, and not just in large churches, but small ones too.

  •  From left, Terry Taylor, Gary Ray and Rotarian Alex LaRue. Taylor, a member of the Goodtime Cruisers, was the guest speaker at Thursday’s Rotary Club meeting. He was a guest of Dale Morris.