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Today's Features

  • Several members of Family Worship Center’s youth group, Cutting Edge Student Ministries, competed April 12-13 in the Kentucky Teen Talent at the Kentucky Church of God Campgrounds in Lexington.
    CESM had 13 entries in various categories, both individual and group, such as human video, drama, pantomime, art, singing and Bible teaching. FWC’s youth came back with five State Championship trophies and four runner-up trophies.

  • Free Movie Night continues this spring with two new movies and a classic.
    The City of Hodgenville and The LaRue County Herald News will jointly sponsor “Lincoln,” “Trouble with the Curve,” and “Citizen Kane.”
    Movies play at 7 p.m. at the Hodgenville Civic Center. There is no charge to attend and free popcorn is included.
    Lincoln
    Daniel Day-Lewis earned an Academy Award for his portrayal of the 16th president in Steven Spielberg’s “Lincoln.”

  • Taylor County magistrates did an about-face last week, voting to close Taylor County Animal Shelter, effective April 17. The shelter was to become a holding facility that day, and shelter staff members were to transport animals for care. The county contracted with Adair County to provide that service at a cost of $44 per animal.

  • A pair of siblings found a copperhead snake last week on Bluegrass Drive near Save-A-Lot.
    Jeremy Curtsinger, 22, said he picked up his sister Toni, 11, from school one afternoon. As she walked to the house, she spotted the 18-inch snake on the sidewalk.
    “She walked right up to it and asked if it was real,” Jeremy said.
    The snake was aggressive, he said.
    A neighbor identified the venomous snake and killed it.
    “It started snapping at us,” Jeremy said. “He was ready to get us.”

  • Douglas and Stacey Hert of Hodgenville are proud to announce the birth of a daughter, Rylee Paige Hert.
    Rylee Paige was born at 5:23 p.m. April 10, 2013. She weighed 5 pounds 3 ounces and was 17.5 inches long.
    Grandmothers are Wanda Locke and Sandy Hert. Grandfathers are Steve Sperko Sr. and Bill Adams.
    She was welcomed home by three siblings, Bubba and Charlie Hert, and Ryan Polly.

  • Revival at Mount Zion Separate Baptist Church

    Mount Zion Separate Baptist Church will hold revival 7 p.m. April 18-21 with Rev. Jerry Scott. For more information, call Gerald Gardner at (270) 358-3222.

     

    Parkway Baptist holds revival

    Parkway Baptist will hold a revival 7 p.m. April 19-20 and 11 a.m. April 21 with Bro. Norm Brock. A light meal will be served at 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday. For more information, call DeWayne Gibson at (270) 268-3040.

     

  • Decisions. Decisions. Decisions.

    We all face them every day. Some are small. Others are big. But they must be made.

    At times we struggle.

    Proverbs 3:5-6 gives us help in making wise decisions. “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make your paths straight.” 

    There are some things we can be certain of – God wants us to make wise decisions, to follow his guidance and for us to have clear directions.

  • Ashley Kaye Cecil of Elizabethtown, and John Casey Clark of New Haven, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

    The bride-to-be is the daughter of Joe Paul Cecil of Hodgenville and Donna Cecil of Elizabethtown. She is a graduate of LaRue County High School and Eastern Kentucky University with a degree in occupational therapy. She is employed by Elizabethtown Nursing and Rehab.

  •    In the early winter of 1808, Thomas and Nancy Lincoln and their infant daughter, Sarah, moved from Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky, to Sinking Spring Farm, located about three miles south of Robert Hodgen’s Mill, also in Hardin County, present-day LaRue County since 1843.
    Thomas actually purchased the farm, then believed to contain 300 acres, on Dec. 12, 1808, from Isaac Bush for $200 cash and the assumption of a small obligation owed to Richard Mather, an earlier titleholder.

  • Entering the final week of a 10-week “Lighten Up LaRue, Biggest Loser Challenge,” participants are finding out that healthful lifestyle changes are more important to general well-being than following a specific diet’s regimen.