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Today's Features

  • Advice is given by the Apostle Paul to live according to your new life in the Holy Spirit. Then you won’t be doing what your sinful nature craves.

    The old sinful nature loves to do evil, which is just opposite from what the Holy Spirit wants. These two forces are constantly fighting each other, and your choices are never free from this conflict.

  • Advice is given by the Apostle Paul to live according to your new life in the Holy Spirit. Then you won’t be doing what your sinful nature craves.

    The old sinful nature loves to do evil, which is just opposite from what the Holy Spirit wants. These two forces are constantly fighting each other, and your choices are never free from this conflict.

  • Advice is given by the Apostle Paul to live according to your new life in the Holy Spirit. Then you won’t be doing what your sinful nature craves.

    The old sinful nature loves to do evil, which is just opposite from what the Holy Spirit wants. These two forces are constantly fighting each other, and your choices are never free from this conflict.

  • Farm tractors and farm equipment can be dangerous as evidenced by accidents with injuries and fatalities each year on farms.

    Many tractor-related deaths could have been prevented with use of Roll-Over Protective Structures and seatbelts. If possible, have ROPS installed on all tractors that are not equipped with one. ROPS are available for most tractors manufactured since the late 1960s, and for some popular models manufactured prior to these times. Check with a tractor dealer for information on a ROPS for your make and model of your tractor.

  • Good things are said to come in threes and a trio of juniors on LaRue County High School’s speech team appear to be proving that maxim to be true.

    Timmy Gibson, Jeshua Logsdon and Ian Mather have each added their individual talents to boost the team to an exceptionally productive and successful season.

    Gibson

    Gibson has been traveling with the speech team since seventh grade. Public speaking seems to run in the Tim and Edie Gibson family. 

  • The 4-H Talent Show was held at the LaRue County High School Auditorium March 26. 4-H members in two age divisions - 9-13 year olds and 14-18 year olds –  showcased their talents.

    Winners were selected in vocal, instrumental, physical skills and theatrical.  The champions advance May 15 to the Lincoln Trail Area Talent Show in Hardin County. The LaRue County 4-H Council sponsored prize money for the talent show.  The first-place winner in each category received $15; the second-place winner received $10.

    Michael Large provided the sound.

  • The 4-H Talent Show was held at the LaRue County High School Auditorium March 26. 4-H members in two age divisions - 9-13 year olds and 14-18 year olds –  showcased their talents.

    Winners were selected in vocal, instrumental, physical skills and theatrical.  The champions advance May 15 to the Lincoln Trail Area Talent Show in Hardin County. The LaRue County 4-H Council sponsored prize money for the talent show.  The first-place winner in each category received $15; the second-place winner received $10.

    Michael Large provided the sound.

  • The 4-H Talent Show was held at the LaRue County High School Auditorium March 26. 4-H members in two age divisions - 9-13 year olds and 14-18 year olds –  showcased their talents.

    Winners were selected in vocal, instrumental, physical skills and theatrical.  The champions advance May 15 to the Lincoln Trail Area Talent Show in Hardin County. The LaRue County 4-H Council sponsored prize money for the talent show.  The first-place winner in each category received $15; the second-place winner received $10.

    Michael Large provided the sound.

  • Local Master Clothing Volunteer Rosa Smith is promoting a service project to help area cancer patients. Hardin Memorial Hospital is in need of comfort caps and heart-shaped pillows. The caps are a gift to patients undergoing cancer treatment. The pillows are used by breast cancer patients and back surgery patients.

  • WorkOne Southern Indiana is offering to reimburse some of what employers pay to provide their workers information technology training.

    Companies with employees pursuing an IT degree or certification can be reimbursed for 50 percent of their training costs up to $3,000 through June. The program is available to employers in a 26-county area running along Interstate 65 from Scott County in Indiana to LaRue County in Kentucky.

    The project is part of the Wired65 Initiative.

    For more information, contact WorkOne New Albany at (812) 941-6417.