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Today's Features

  • Man’s oldest problem is temptation. Adam and Eve were the first to be tempted in the Garden of Eden. Today, every man eventually faces temptation.

    Temptations are designed by Satan to cause us to sin. How can we say ‘‘no” to temptation, when we want to say ‘‘yes?”

  • Man’s oldest problem is temptation. Adam and Eve were the first to be tempted in the Garden of Eden. Today, every man eventually faces temptation.

    Temptations are designed by Satan to cause us to sin. How can we say ‘‘no” to temptation, when we want to say ‘‘yes?”

  • Revelation 12:7-11 discusses the weapon of the blood.

  • Buffalo Church of the Nazarene VBS

    Buffalo Church of the Nazarene will hold Vacation Bible School 6:30-8:30 p.m. through July 9 for ages 4 through 12th grade. For more information, call 849-4497.

    Mount Zion holds VBS

  • Breakfast fundraiser

    B.R. Young Lodge #132 will hold a breakfast fundraiser 8-10 a.m. July 10 at the lodge on Lincoln Square. Cost is $5, all-you-can-eat.  For more information, call 324-3325.

  • Buffalo Church of the Nazarene VBS

  • A LaRue County High School student was recently named the winner of the Coca-Cola Talent Contest at the Taylor County Fair.

    Kenzi Langley, a 15-year-old from Hodgenville, competed in the contest held at the Taylor County fairgrounds June 7. She sang Beyonce’s “At Last” and took home first place.

    As a result, Langley will be competing in the next stage of the talent contest at the Kentucky State Fair this summer.

    Langley said the competition was stiff and winning was unexpected.

  • February 2009. That’s when James Newton began his cross-country journey. Last week, he finally made it to the Bluegrass State and paid a visit to LaRue County.

  • When 81-year-old Jim Phelps Sr. was an 8-year-old lad, he would sneak off from his parents’ home in Hodgenville and run to the LaRue County Fairgrounds horse barn where Jack Thompson, also a Hodgenville resident and owner of Noble Kalarama, would let young Phelps ride with him in his sulky around the race track there.

    Kalarama, who claimed the world’s grand champion fine harness horse title in 1940, was just one of many horses stabled in the fairgrounds barn built for the opening of the first LaRue County Fair in 1907. 

  • For her 90th birthday, Beulah Polley will receive a gift that literally will be music to her ears – a concert by a 19-piece band.

    Her son, Jimmie, a 1964 LaRue County High School graduate and leader of the Signature Jazz Orchestra, is honoring his mother with a two-hour performance June 26 in the LCHS auditorium. Moreover, the concert will be free and open to the public.

    “I told Mother this was for her, even if she were the only person there,” said Polley, who lives in Crestwood.