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Today's Features

  • SNAP is the Special Needs Adoption Program within the Department for Community Based Services that operates statewide to recruit families to adopt or foster Kentucky’s waiting children.

    Jacqueline “J.D.”, 16, is one of those children. She has a nice smile and a sweet disposition. She enjoys Christian, country and rap music. She likes watching American Idol, the Hallmark channel and Animal Planet. She enjoys playing volleyball and has played on her school volleyball team in the past. She loves basketball and football, too.

  • Department of the Army civilian Bradley A. Gatewood was part of a support team made up of soldiers from throughout the Army for the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The Army sponsored the nationally televised football game played Jan. 9 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

  • We have the notion that things can give us peace, but in reality they create worry. Do you remember the thrill of your first car? You could not rest until your name was on the Bill of Sale. Then you discovered the headache of taking care of your car and meeting the payments.

    King Solomon said, “People who work hard sleep well, whether they eat little or much. But the rich are always worrying and seldom get a good night’s sleep” (Ecclesiastes 5:12 NLT).

  • Blessed is he who reads and those who hear the words of this prophecy and keep those things which are written in it, for the time is near. Revelation 1:1-3

    John wrote to disclose the revelation he had of Jesus Christ and the intense spiritual warfare the church would face before Christ’s ultimate victory over the enemy. John’s revelation contains many images and symbols to help us understand the otherwise indescribable spiritual events he saw.

  • Do you have a religion? I do. I follow Christianity. Some people follow Islam. Others follow Buddhism. These are religions worth learning about.

    It was during the middle ages that Christianity became popular. It became a political power in Western Europe in 500 A.D. Christians believe that Jesus, the son of God, was sent to Earth and died on the cross to save humanity. Through faith in Jesus, one can be saved from God’s punishment. Believers go to Heaven and have eternal life with God. This is very similar to another religion, Islam.

  • Bone-chilling temperatures have gripped much of the country, and the American Red Cross urges everyone to be safe and prepare as much as possible.

  • Mandy Thompson, 13, smoothed light green paint on her sheet of drawing paper with a paintbrush, carefully copying the picture of a daisy.

    As she considered her work, she tilted her head.

    “I think it’s OK,” she declared in a voice barely above a whisper. “It could be better.”

  • Gary Pearman has been selected as the 2009-2010 winner of the ExCEL award for Elizabethtown Independent Schools. Pearman is an English teacher at T.K. Stone Middle School.

    The ExCEL award, which stands for Excellence in Classroom and Educational Leadership, is an education award given to several school systems in the region. It’s sponsored by WHAS-TV and E.ON. U.S., a Louisville energy company.

  • 4-H Camp

  • Grain Marketing Short Course

    A Grain Marketing Short Course will be 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Feb. 17 and 24 at the Hardin County Extension Service office in Elizabethtown. Various elements of grain marketing will be discussed including cash contracts, futures, basis, hedging, ACRE, crop insurance and marketing strategies. Enrollment is limited and there is a $20 registration fee. For enrollment or for more information, contact the LaRue County Extension Service at 358-3401. 

    Goat College