Today's Features

  • “This is Your Life” was a television program some years ago hosted by the late Ralph Edwards. The program would have someone as its subject and surprise the person with people and events from their past.

    Let’s do a “This is Your Life” segment. If you are a believer in Jesus Christ, let me share briefly some things from the Bible about your life. I would encourage you to pause at this point, find your Bible and read Titus 3:3-8.

  • The Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church women began a food ministry in April. The Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry, located in the church basement, is supported totally by donations from the women’s group, church members and other local churches. Local farmers and gardeners have also contributed.

    The Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry is open 5-6:30 p.m. Tuesdays.

  • “Behold, I and the children whom the Lord hath given me are for signs and for wonders.” Isaiah 8:18

    You may not be able to give your children everything you’d like to, but here are four things you owe them:

    First, listen to them.

    One boy said, “I feel like a comma. When I talk to my dad he’ll say something. Then when I start to talk again he makes a comma; he doesn’t interrupt me, but when I’m finished he starts right in where he left off. It’s as if I didn’t say anything.”

  • From studying bat roosts to tagging turtles, a couple of Camp­bells­ville University students have spent their summer getting a firsthand look at the life of environmental workers.

    Recent CU graduate Andrea O’Bryan of New Hope and junior Amy Etherington of Ver­sail­les are taking part in CU’s Environmental Studies Internship Ex­perience this summer.

  • Juan Maria Gea, a dairy farmer from Esquipulas, Nicaragua, and four other Nicaraguan residents visited Plowshares Farm Center for Education and Spirituality in LaRue County Sept. 28. The visitors from Esquipulas were in Louisville as part of a sister parish relationship with St. William Church in Louisville. St. William has been in relationship with this parish in Esquipulas for over 20 years. 

    According to Bob Ernst, founder of Plowshares, the group visited the farm “to explore our small farming effort and to share ideas about feeding the hungry.”

  • Fall sewing classes

    Master Clothing Volunteer Rosa Smith will be offering beginning classes for adults on sewing and pattern fitting on Tuesday afternoons from Oct. 27 through Dec. 15. Classes will be held at the LaRue County Extension Service at 807 Old Elizabethtown Road, Hodgenville. Call 358-3401 for information and to register. Class sizes are limited.

    Poster entry deadline

  • Buffalo class of 1955

    The Buffalo High school class of 1955 will have their 54th reunion at 6 pm. Nov. 14 at Paula’s Hot Biscuit Restaurant, 311 Water St. For more information call Lila Kirk at 358-8537, Gene Richards t 358-4759 or Mary Poteet at 358-4571.

  • Citizenship Luncheon

    Care of Creation: Moral Principles will be the topic for the Faithful Citizenship Luncheon noon-1 p.m. Oct. 20 at Flaget Hall, Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral, 110 N. Fifth St., Bardstown. Participants are urged to bring sandwiches; drinks will be provided. For information and to RSVP, contact Catholic Charities Nazareth Office, Sister Mary Schmuck, RSM 502-331-4545 or schmuckrsm@ scnazarethky.org

    Quilt and memories

  • Families who receive emergency food assistance will notice a change in the program Oct. 1. At that time, families needing assistance will go to a food bank designated for their ZIP code. Currently, three food banks distribute emergency food: LaRue County Community Action Agency, LaRue County Church of Christ and Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church.

  • Record books due Tuesday