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Today's Features

  • Summer Reading Program

    The Summer Reading Program at the LaRue County Public Library will begin June 1 and will continue Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays until July 10. All programs are 1-3 p.m. Pre-register or register 1 p.m. June 1. This is a come and go program and full attendance each week is not necessary. All ages are welcome. For more information, contact Youth Services Librarian Laurel Sisler at 358-3851 or laurelsisler@earthlink.net.

    Guthrie to hold town hall meeting

  • Community crusade

    Three Forks Bacon Creek Baptist Church, Mount Pisgah Baptist Church and Pikeview Baptist Church will host a community crusade/revival through May 27. The Hart County Crusade for Christ will be at Three Forks Bacon Creek 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 270-872-6318.

    Gospel singing at Buffalo Baptist

    Buffalo Baptist Church will have a gospel singing service 6 p.m. May 30. Singers will include Amy Loyall and friends, Kenzi Langley, Pooh Hatcher, Glen Rice and Brenda Martin. For more information, call 325-3820.

  • NARFE to meet

    The Elizabethtown Local Chapter 1050 of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association will meet 11 a.m. June 7 at Nolin RECC, Elizabethtown. Debbie Smith from CASA will be the guest speaker. All active and retired federal civil service employees are encouraged to attend. For more information, call Betty Hundley at 765-7107.

    Senior Citizens music

  • Sixth seal: Cosmic disturbances. Revelation 6:12-17 says, “The sun became black as sackcloth of hair and the moon became like blood.”

  • “After over a quarter of century, I am convinced that spiritual immaturity is the number one problem in our churches.”

    This statement was made by Warren Wiersbe, who is an internationally known Bible teacher, former pastor of Moody Church in Chicago and author of 150 books. Dr. Wiersbe should know what he is talking about when he says spiritual immaturity is our number one problem in the church today.

  • Sometimes life here on earth can be complicated, demanding and busy.

    With all the rain this past weekend our basement was flooded, and I’m certain others had to deal with the same situation. 

    More than likely all suffered some sort of loss, but you know I believe there was a lesson for us to learn. The business of life keeps us running from place to place with scarcely a moment to spare.

    Therefore, we may fail to pause and say a word of thanks for all the good things we have received.

  • Adolescence is the in-between stage of rapid physical, mental and spiritual growth and a time during which young people begin making more of their own choices.

    As parents see their children growing up, the understanding and forgiveness is usually free-flowing as is the affection. They give their children love, but are firm, expecting and demanding appropriate respect.

  • Revelation 6:5-6; Third Seal scarcity on earth

    The rider on the black horse is a symbol of economic disruption and the resultant famine. The real problem is not famine but inflation and scarcity. A denarius was the daily wage for a laborer, which ordinarily would buy eight times the amount of wheat and barley under these conditions. In our time, it is not hard to conceive of a global economic debt blowout.

  • ALL SCHOOLS

    May 28 – Last day of school

    Aug. 5 – First day of school

    LCHS

    May 28 – Graduation 8 p.m. gymnasium, mandatory practice 8 a.m.-3 p.m. May 27-28

    May 28 – Project Graduation, midnight-5 a.m.

    June 9 – SBDM, 4:30 p.m.

    ALES

    May 26 – Kindergarten celebration 9-10:30 a.m.

    May 26 – Volunteer lunch 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

    May 27 – Talent show finals grades K-2 at noon; 3-5 at 1:15 p.m.

  • Summer annual grasses such as teff, sudangrass, sorghum-sudan hybrid and pearl millet can play an important role for pasture and hay needs. If managed properly, these grasses can provide high yields of good quality forage in a short amount of time.