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Today's Features

  • The LaRue County FFA Chapter was selected as a 3-Star winner in the National FFA Chapter Award program. The local organization was selected from a pool of more than 600 candidates nationwide.

    “It is very exciting to know that our chapter is recognized as one of the elite chapters, not only in Kentucky, but in the nation,” said FFA advisor and LaRue County High School agriculture teacher Misty Bivens. “Mr. (Tim) Quiggins and I know that our members are outstanding, but it’s good to know it is recognized by others also.”

  • The Legal Aid Society will have free legal clinics in September and October. Each clinic will be held at 416 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville. Reservations is required by calling (502) 584-1254.

    Foreclosure Clinic – 11 a.m. Sept. 22; 6 p.m. Sept. 24; 11 a.m. Sept. 29; 6 p.m. Oct. 1; 11 a.m. Oct. 6; 6 p.m. Oct. 8; 11 a.m. Oct. 13; 6 p.m. Oct. 15; 11 a.m. Oct. 20; 6 p.m. Oct. 22; 11 a.m. Oct. 27; 6 p.m. Oct. 29; attorneys will be on hand to answer questions about foreclosures and provide advice on alternatives to foreclosure.

  • The Hodgenville Main Street/Renaissance Association will hold a dinner and concert event Sept. 26 at the Hodgenville Civic Center. Water’s Edge will appear in concert following the dinner.

    Water’s Edge “music ranges from gospel to jazz and even Elvis may make an appearance,” according to Main Street Director Celia McDonald.

    The performers are tenor Dan Blanchard; Stu Sollman, lead; Tim Shaner, baritone; and Tim Blanchard, bass and vocal percussionist as well as arranger/writer for the group. All are from Louisville.

  • ­Everyone involved with Main Street is working hard to get ready for the Sept. 26 annual dinner and what should be a great concert by Water’s Edge. We’re still getting items for the silent auction and we have some good stuff, from free dinners to UK basketball and football tickets to jewelry to baskets from several sources, to many other items.

    Tickets for the dinner and concert ($20) must be reserved by Sept. 24. Dinner space is limited, so get your tickets now. Tickets for the concert only are $15.

    Historic district expansion

  • Good Shepherds Mission Store

    The Good Shepherd Mission Store in Magnolia is accepting donations, of food, clothing, household items, money or anything they can sell. All proceeds go to the Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry at Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church for the needy. For more information, call 324-4968.

    LaRue County Senior Citizens Center

  • Poster entry deadline

  • Mt. Zion has revival

    Mount Zion Separate Baptist Church will hold revival 7 p.m. Sept. 24-27 with Bro. Jason Davison, evangelist.

    Pleasant Ridge revival

    Revival starts Sunday at 7 p.m. at Pleasant Ridge Separate Baptist Church. The Rev. Danny Bailey is the evangelist.

    Community Church Service

    The Lincoln Days Community Church Service will be 9 a.m. Oct. 4 on Lincoln Square. Former U.S. Rep. Ron Lewis will speak.

    Victory Baptist revival

  • After the Lincoln Jamboree’s 55th anniversary show Saturday, Joel Ray Sprowls parked himself in a tall cloth chair backstage and put his feet on a worn leather footstool.

    He then engaged in a bit of historic math: 55 years times 52 weeks equals 2,860 Saturday night performances of his music review that began in1954 in a rented theater on Lincoln Square. That total doesn’t include an occasional 53rd Saturday resulting from a well-timed leap year, the travel shows and county fairs or the 26 weekly television done on long ago Thursday nights in Bowling Green.

  • Tracie Davis has been selected as the July Employee of the Month at Nationwide Uniform.

    She has been employed at Nationwide since January 1988 and is under the supervision of Denise Dewitt in the jacket department.

    Tabatha Metcalf was selected as the August Employee of the Month.

    She has been employed at Nationwide since February 2006 and is under the supervision of Dawn Burgess in the trouser department.

    Both will receive a special award for dedication and service.

     

  • A large crowd attended New Haven’s 19th annual Rolling Fork Iron Horse Festival last weekend.

    Numerous LaRue Countians participated in contests, booths and the parade. New Haven is in Nelson County, but located between the LaRue communities of Athertonville and Lyons Station.

    The festival’s theme was “All Roads Lead Home.”

    The event began Friday night with bouncers, concessions, demonstrations, games and face painting at New Haven City Park.

    On Saturday, the streets were crowded with visitors taking in the sights and sounds.