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Today's Features

  • Since 2004, Nancy’s Gift Shop has been serving LaRue County, providing residents with handmade gifts, flower arrangements and homemade candy. Now, they’re ready to expand.

    Nancy Polley Alexander, a retired art teacher, stocked the Main Street store with gifts and decorative paintings that she made herself.

    As the store grew, Rooney Gray, also a former teacher, was added to the mix. Gray had always enjoyed making candy with her family during the holidays and decided to begin a candy-making business “Mam” as part of Nancy’s Gift Shop.

  • As part of a new initiative, anyone can have a hand in cleaning up the oil spill on the Gulf Coast by simply getting a haircut.

    After the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico last month, many organizations and corporations jumped to action in an effort to minimize damage. Perhaps one of the most creative responses was that led by the Matter of Trust Organization, a group that seeks to educate people and improve the environment.

  • Rabies Clinics

    Rabies clinics will be held June 14 and 17.

    Plantation Veterinary Clinic, 7558 New Jackson Highway, outside Magnolia, will hold a clinic 4-6 p.m. June 14.

    LaRue County Animal Clinic, 121 Shepherdsville Road, Hodgenville, will hold a clinic 5-6:30 p.m. June 17.

    Pets must be 4 months old. Shots are $5 each. For more information, call the LaRue County Environmental Office at 358-8665.

    Farmers Market

  • 4-H Camp registration

  • ‘Kidz Daze at Ovesen Heights

    Ovesen Heights Baptist Church will hold Kidz Daze 9 a.m.-noon Tuesdays and Thursdays in June and July. Activities include games, Bible stories, music, snacks and field trips. Transportation provided. For more information, call the church office at 358-8041.

    Middle Creek holds Vacation Bible School

  • Seventh Seal: Prelude to the seven trumpets (Revelation 8:1-6)

    The trumpets announce severe judgment in response to the prayers of the saints. Trumpets are a warning signal and a call for mankind to repent of their sins. The plagues released by the blowing of the trumpets are similar to the plagues of Egypt (Exodus 7:17-21; 9:21-25; 10:21-23).

    The first four affect the natural world and the last three affect the unsaved. Some people believe these calamities are symbolic and not literal. They are seen as repetitive throughout history and intensifying as the age closes.

  • The desire of every Christian should be to please our heavenly father by our deeds, words and attitudes. James shows us ways the Christian can please God.  The book of James is a manual on the Christian life.

    God’s will for every Christian is that we grow spiritually. The writer of Hebrews challenges us, “… let us … go on to maturity” (6:1). God wants us to be like his son. As Christians our standard for measuring our growth is not another Christian, but the word of God.

  • Chamber banquet

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce will host its annual awards banquet June 17. For tickets, call the Chamber office at 358-3411.

    Sewing Service Project

  • Abby Sullivan and Shelby Sullivan, juniors at LaRue County High School, have been chosen to attend the Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders sponsored by Kentucky Farm Bureau.

  • Let’s Get Physical Camp

    LaRue County Schools Youth Service Center is sponsoring a free “Let’s Get Physical” camp 10 a.m.-noon June 15-18 at the LaRue County Middle School gymnasium. Open to incoming 6th-9th graders. Pre-register by calling 358-9745. Participants receive a T-shirt.

    UK basketball camp