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Today's Features

  •  The Kentucky Historical Society’s HistoryMobile visited Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park Feb. 12 in observance of Lincoln’s 203rd birthday.

  •  Kentucky Saves Week is Feb. 19-26. As a way to encourage Kentuckians to improve their personal savings rates and take control of their financial situation, the UK Cooperative Extension Service has the Kentucky Saves website. Kentucky Saves promotes a week in February to focus on helping people learn how to save money and build personal wealth. 

  •  Winnie Read was the winner of a random drawing for the Money Matters special section that appears in the Feb. 22 edition of The LaRue County Herald News.

    Several readers turned in money-saving and money-making ideas in honor of Kentucky Saves Week.

    Winnie’s tip was to use one-half of a dryer sheet in the clothes dryer as it is just as effective as a full sheet.

  •  Sunrise Manor Adult Day Care is pleased to announce that Lois Henning and Cecil Buckner have been selected to preside as Sunrise Manor Day care Queen and King. They presided over the valentine reception.  A heart shape cake was made by the Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Culinary Arts Department and furnished by Johnny and Joan Shipp.

  •  FREE SEMINAR: Heart Health at HMH

  •  Barbecue luncheon

  •  Ash Wednesday service at Wesley Meadows

  • Do not let sin control the way you live.

    Could it be to some that they believe a certain sin is OK as long as no one knows about it? You may
    believe if it is kept secret or private no one will ever know what you are hiding. Sin attacks the will and the soul, here and there, until we are deadened to what it is doing in our lives.

  •  Recent studies of US 31W through and north of the town square in Elizabethtown indicate that safety along the corridor can be improved by changing the lane configuration of the road. 

    The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will be implementing changes this spring that consist of reconfiguring lanes around the square and reconfiguration from the current four lanes to one northbound and one southbound lane along with a center turning lane north of the square. The new configurations extend to KY 1357 (St. John Road).

  • Gary and Neysa Gardner of Hodgenville announce the birth of a son, Avery Allen Fitzhugh Kerfoot Gardner, born June 28, 2011.

    Maternal grandparents are Kenny and Jean Kerfoot; paternal grandparents are Rev. Gerald and Margie Gardner, all of Hodgenville.

    Avery is welcomed home by a sister, Anna Augusta Mahalia Kathleen Gardner.