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Today's Features

  • Messengers at the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s annual meeting approved new members for the Kentucky Baptist Convention mission board and the boards of several affiliated institutions and agencies.

    LaRue County Judge/Executive Tommy Turner of Magnolia was appointed to fill an unexpired term on Campbellsville University’s board.

    The committee on nominations submitted the nominations for approval during the Nov. 10 state meeting at Severns Valley Baptist Church in Elizabethtown.

  • John Thomas “Tommy” Gardner of Hodgenville was voted Artist of the Month by the Central Kentucky Art Guilt Nov. 16. The painting is titled “An Evening Out” and depicts the Brown-Pusey House in Elizabethtown in the days of gaslights and horse-drawn carriages.

    The next meeting of the CKAG is Dec. 21 at Nolin RECC in Elizabethtown.

  • “In all things shewing thy self a partner of good works” Titus 2:7

    Someone said, “One day my husband and I got into an argument and ended up yelling at each other. I retreated to the porch and sat with my head in my hands crying. Our 2 year-old overheard the argument. “I love you Mom,” she said, as she sat beside me and put her arms around me. “I love you too,” I said. She rested her head on my shoulder, hugging me hard. “I wish you could love my Daddy too,” she said.

    Talk about ripping your heart out.

  • Advent is when we focus our attention upon the experience of God becoming a baby. The Infinite became flesh to live among us and one day die on the cross for the sin of the world. Who can comprehend it? It is the world’s greatest mystery.

    As we approach Christmas, I want to join the writer of Hebrews in challenging us to “look upon Jesus” (Hebrews 12:1-2). There is no one like him. No one comes even close to Jesus.

  • In an effort to offer aid to those affected by disaster, volunteers and Women’s Missionary Union groups recently prepared 300 comfort kits for the American Red Cross.

    “There was a real need for the kits,” said Clara Mae Druen, the Red Cross shelter coordinator in LaRue County. “This is something we give to those who have been affected by a disaster — whether it’s a house fire, a flood or a tornado. It’s an immediate response to an immediate need.”

  • Four LaRue County FFA students will share $5,000 in a contest sponsored by The Kentucky Soybean Promotion Board.

    Valerie Sherrard and Emilee Whitt took first place while Craig Dunn and Julia Johnson took second in a video contest sponsored by the board. The teams produced videos themed “#1 Advocate for Animals” that were shown on the Internet site www.youtube.com. Winners were decided based on number of views.

    Sherrard and Whitt had 22,144 views in the month-long contest and won $3,000. Their video was about grazing lands.

  • Four LaRue County FFA students will share $5,000 in a contest sponsored by The Kentucky Soybean Promotion Board.

    Valerie Sherrard and Emilee Whitt took first place while Craig Dunn and Julia Johnson took second in a video contest sponsored by the board. The teams produced videos themed “#1 Advocate for Animals” that were shown on the Internet site www.youtube.com. Winners were decided based on number of views.

    Sherrard and Whitt had 22,144 views in the month-long contest and won $3,000. Their video was about grazing lands.

  • Four LaRue County FFA students will share $5,000 in a contest sponsored by The Kentucky Soybean Promotion Board.

    Valerie Sherrard and Emilee Whitt took first place while Craig Dunn and Julia Johnson took second in a video contest sponsored by the board. The teams produced videos themed “#1 Advocate for Animals” that were shown on the Internet site www.youtube.com. Winners were decided based on number of views.

    Sherrard and Whitt had 22,144 views in the month-long contest and won $3,000. Their video was about grazing lands.

  • Various spiders, boxelder bugs, cluster flies, and lady beetles are entering homes as the temperatures cool. Pest-proofing or cutting down on entry ways can reduce problems with them indoors. Let’s consider six useful tips for pest-proofing. The first three will also conserve energy in your home.

  • Hardin Memorial Hospital’s mobile health unit, Wellness on Wheels, will begin a short “hibernation” for the winter, according to the hospital.

    The WOW unit, which provides cholesterol  and blood pressure checks and finger sticks, will not make its regular monthly site visits to Hodgenville during December, January and February.

    The unit is expected to return in March.

    For more informationm call 737-4464.