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Today's Features

  • Georgetown, John Smith: Kaye Curle will have surgery Wednesday at Hardin Memorial Hospital. Sammy Montgomery remains a patient at University of Louisville Hospital. Dolvinia Watson was at church Sunday after being ill. It was good to see her out.
    Sunday morning, the guest speaker at First Baptist was Elder Henry Watson, the associate minister at Main Street Baptist Church, Lexington. Hodgenville Choir provided the music. After the morning service was the baptism of Trinity Cleaver. Many friends and family attended.

  • Revival at Lincoln Memorial Baptist
    Lincoln Memorial Baptist Church is holding revival 7:30 p.m. through the week; 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Sunday.

    Student rally at Campbellsville University
    Jay Lowder Harvest Ministries Student Rally is 7 p.m. Feb. 15 at Campbellsville University’s Powell Athletic Center, 203 Tiger Way, Campbellsville. Lowder will speak at 10 that morning in Ransdell Chapel at 401 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville.
    The First Class Band will perform at the rally and chapel. Both events are free and open to the public.

  • We live in a world where a lot of emphasis is placed on possessions and popularity. The world wants to know how much money we have, how famous we are and how much power we have?
    But God asks questions like: Are you holy? Are you seeking to follow me? Are you striving to be a godly person?
    God is interested in your character and your holiness. So our question is: What kind of godly character is God seeking in a person?

  • Years of hard work and volunteerism are paying off for a LaRue County woman as she graduates with a specialized degree from Western Kentucky University.
    Ashley McWaters has become the first person in an eight-county span, known as Area 5 State Fire and Rescue Training District, to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in systems management fire administration.

  • When Cassandra “Cassie” Hornback was a little girl, she enjoyed “exploring” her backyard in Sonora with her grandmother.
    Her “Mammaw,” Norma Jean Rector, passed away last October and Hornback had the chance to go through some of her possessions. She was amazed at the treasures her Mammaw had saved from their adventures.
    The odd-shaped rocks and fossils that caught the eye of a little girl were a foreshadowing of Hornback’s current love: geology.

  •  We live in a world where a lot of emphasis is placed on possessions and popularity. The world wants to know how much money we have, how famous we are and how much power we have?

    But God asks questions like: Are you holy? Are you seeking to follow me? Are you striving to be a godly person?

    God is interested in your character and your holiness. So our question is: What kind of godly character is God seeking in a person?

  •  What is the link between diabetes and cardiovascular disease? About 65 percent of people with diabetes die from heart disease and stroke. Adults with diabetes are two to four times more likely to have heart disease or suffer a stroke than people without diabetes.

    People with type 2 diabetes also have high rates of high blood pressure, lipid problems, and obesity, which contribute to their high rates of CVD. Smoking doubles the risk of CVD in people with diabetes.

    The ABC treatment goals for most people with diabetes are:

  •  A juried art contest is being sponsored by Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s “The Heartland Review.”

    The exhibition theme is inspired by natural elements. Works of art in every media are invited: nature, environmentalism, the body, identity, urbanism and responses to modernity.

    First place is $250; second, $150; third, $75.

    Artists may submit up to three pieces for a tax-deductible contribution of $10

    which will support the contest and the journal.