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Today's Features

  • A fifth-grader from Hodgenville Elementary School was chosen for the prestigious All-State Children’s Chorus.

    Cidney Neagle, the 10-year-old daughter of Bradley and Dollie Neagle of Hodgenville, was among five HES students to achieve a perfect score while auditioning for the 4th District treble chorus.

    Neagle, along with Chasity Bryant, Zoie Webb, Sophe Pepper, and Allison Massie, practiced for several weeks in preparation for the All-State audition, said HES music instructor Patrick Walsh.

  • Luminarias

    LaRue County Relay for Life is accepting donations for luminarias. Luminarias “in memory” or “in honor” can be purchased from Beverly Veirs at 358-3210, Amanda Bales at 358-4951 or any Relay team captain. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society Relay for Life LaRue County. Minimum luminaria donation is $5.  Luminarias will be displayed the night of Relay.

    Silent auction for Relay

  • Lewis Ireland has been in the car sales business for more than 25 years. Last month, he moved his car lot Ireland’s Auto Sales from Lincoln Boulevard near the bridge to South Lincoln near the intersection with Churchill Avenue. He has added Harley Davidson motorcycles to the mix of used cars and trucks.

    Renovations are ongoing at the property, which once housed a Mexican grocery.

    Ireland said he gained more room for inventory and was able to start the Hog Town Harley business. He may sell other motorcycle brands in the future.

  • Hosparus – Hospice of Central Kentucky will host free L.O.S.S. (Loss of Someone Special) support groups in Elizabethtown and Campbellsville. The group is open to family members of former Hosparus patients and others in the community grieving the loss of a loved one.

    •Elizabethtown; 6-7:30 p.m.; first and third Mondays of each month; 105 Diecks Drive.

    •Campbellsville; 6-7:30 p.m.; second Monday of each month; Green River Plaza, Suite 5.

    For more information, contact Carlton Puryear at 270-789-4247 or 800-859-8782.

  • There should be at least one smoke detector outside of each sleeping area and on every floor of your home. For increased protection, it is recommended that a smoke detector be installed in each bedroom. All smoke detectors should be inspected and tested on a monthly basis. Properly installed and working smoke detectors will provide an early warning and nearly double the chance of surviving a fire.

    The National Fire Protection Association advises consumers to:

  • Thanks to a Wal-Mart donation, 86 people in LaRue County will receive new smoke detectors for their homes.

    According to Chris Jackson with LaRue County’s Office of Emergency Management, the smoke detectors will be installed by the county’s fire departments. The volunteer firefighters will perform safety checks at the residence.

    Those who are interested and in need of a residential smoke detector can call Jackson at 358-9903 to set up an appointment to have one installed.

     

  • Byron Crawford, retired Courier-Journal columnist who has been described as “Kentucky’s storyteller,” will be the guest speaker at Campbellsville University’s second annual Derby Rose Gala on Monday, April 26, at Winters Dining Hall in the E. Bruce Heilman Student Complex at 411 N. Columbia Ave., Campbellsville.

    The dinner begins at 7 p.m. with a social hour at 5:30 p.m. The Campbellsville University Board of Advancement is planning the scholarship fundraising event. Tickets are $100 per person.

  • “Know the real joy of good living.”

    A beer commercial stated that the way to discover real living was to drink their brand. There are many others who would disagree and say the way to real living is service to others. Jesus would agree with the last statement. He said while on earth, “In as much as you have done it unto one of the least of these, you have done it unto me” (Matthew 25:45). One of our hymns caught the meaning of this verse. It is titled simply, “Others.”

  • Food pantry at LaRue County Church of Christ

    LaRue County Church of Christ food pantry will distribute food to families who qualify 9:30 a.m.-noon April 23 and 6-7 p.m. April 28. For more information, call 358-9812.

    Community gospel sing

    Hodgenville First Baptist Church on Tonieville Road will hold a community gospel singing 7 p.m. April 24. The event is presented by The Heartland Quartet and will feature a choir of more than 80 southern gospel singers. For more information, call Bill Twyman at 358-0002.