Today's Features

  •  Brystal Jordan Dennis graduated from Western Kentucky University with a bachelor’s of arts degree in anthropology and archeology and a minor in geology.

    She is the daughter of Tammy Wallace of Hodgenville and Scott and MaryAnn Dennis of Bardstown, and the granddaughter of Garland Wallace of White City. 

    She resides in White City. 

  • Tired of sorting through piles of unwanted mail? Here are a few simple steps to shrink the pile of unwelcome mail you receive in your mailbox:

    Reduce direct mail and catalogs. Several free online services are available to help you reduce direct mailings (such as credit card offers, donation requests, bank offers, etc.) catalogs and circulars.

  •  As parents and students enjoy their summer break, many parents are thinking about the family vacation, trips to the pool, how to keep children engaged in activities at home, the abrupt changes to everyone’s schedule — and how to juggle it all. 

  •  Renaissance Repeats

  • Volunteers needed for Hosparus
    Hosparus of Central Kentucky is looking for volunteers to make lap quilts (about 3’X4’) for patients as part of the CARE blanket program. Quilted, crocheted, knitted or fleece tie blankets are welcome. Contact Annette Jones at 737-6300, 1-800-686-9577 or ajones@hosparus.org for more information.

    FREE WORKSHOPS: Movie Maker and Learn Spanish

  •  The South Fork Area Homemakers met May 21 at the LaRue County Extension office with 15 members present. 

  • LaRue County Schools is accepting nominations for the Distinguished Alumni program.

    The award provides an opportunity to recognize accomplishments of graduates and, at the same time, demonstrates to the teachers and staff of the school district the positive impact they have upon the lives of young people.

  • River of Life has special service
    Rev. J.C. and Robin Johnson will speak 11 a.m. June 23 at River of Life Church, 524 Kirkpatrick Ave., Hodgenville. For more information, call Pastor Kelly Vinson Riggs at 270-234-6607 or Pastor Bonnie Williams at 270-766-7903.

    Vacation Bible School at First Baptist New Haven
    First Baptist Church of New Haven, 311 Center St., New Haven, will hold vacation Bible school June 23-27. For more information, call 502-549-9991.

    VBS at Lincoln Memorial

  • First Baptist Hodgenville was the host of the 145th South District Association last week. This was the third time the church hosted the event. It was also the 128th Sunday School and B.T.U. Convention, 74th Youth Conference, and the 77th Women’s Missionary Auxiliary. The theme was “One Master, One Foundation, Many Plans,” taken from 1 Corinthians 3:1-11.