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Today's Features

  • Cheerleading fundraiser

    The White Castle Crave Mobile food truck will be set up in the LaRue County High School student parking lot by the baseball field from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, December 22. Proceeds support the LCHS Cheerleaders.  For more information contact Angela Miller 270-268-3163.

    LaRue County Relay for Life fundraisers

    Parkway Peeps selling certificates for Texas Roadhouse Dinner Rolls. $3.00 for a dozen. Contact Rita Thompson at 270-505-0380 or Mary Jane Stillwell at 270-765-8761

  • The shepherds said, “Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come to pass, which the lord hath made known unto us” (Luke 2:15).  The day of our Lord’s birth is earth’s most significant event.

  • Jonathan Carl
    Guest Columnist

    Christmas is a time of varying emotions but usually full of a lot of hustle and bustle. There are many opportunities to seize as we finish 2016, and here are a few priorities to consider for your Christmas!

  • Family Worship Center Christmas Eve Service

    Family Worship Center would like to invite the public to their Christmas Eve service, at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, December 24. The church is located at 343 Tanner Road in Hodgenville.

    LaRue Baptist Church Christmas Eve Service

       Christmas Eve service will be held at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, December 24. Christmas Day service will be held at 11:00 a.m. The church is located at 2492 Lincoln Farm Road in Hodgenville. Everyone is welcome.

    Magnolia Baptist Church Candlelight service

  • On Tuesday, December 6, 2016, Sid Lewis and Trevor Skaggs both successfully passed the Kentucky State Board Exam to be a Licensed Funeral Director.

    Sid resides in Hodgenville with his wife, Judy. He has been affiliated with Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home and Dixon-Rogers Funeral Home since April of 2014.

    Trevor is the son of Todd and Melinda Skaggs of Hodgenville. He has been affiliated with Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home and Dixon-Rogers Funeral Home all of his life.

  • Thought for the week: No one is ever old enough to know better!

    Snow flurries on December 9 with what seems like sub zero temperatures, all before first day of winter. That is enough for me, I can move on out and be done with it, just saying.

    Last Friday night was our monthly girls night out with Sandy Ray, Tina Ray, Shannon Ray Whidden and Amy Lesniewski. We went to Mega Caverns Christmas lights under Louisville Zoo. I really enjoyed it and then went to Marks Feed store for supper. I had a great time with everyone.

  • Congratulations to BK Smith for being named the MVP at the Annual Best of the Bluegrass All-Star Football game at St. Xavier (ST. X) High School Sunday. He is the grandson of Mary E. Smith of Hodgenville, who is a resident at Sunrise Manor nursing home.

  • Live Nativity at Fork Christian Church

    The Rolling Fork Christian Church will be presenting a live nativity scene from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, December 16. There will be live animals and people to recreate the first Christmas. Everyone is invited to come and join to celebrate the birth of the Lord! For additional information or questions please contact Bro. Tim Underhill at 502-827-3061.

    Cakes, Candy and Cookies

  • As we are walking through the Christmas season, it is imperative that each of us take a moment and breathe. If your schedule is anything like mine, then you are probably booked with special events, family functions, and just the chaos of attending to every need around you. This type of schedule attacks our ability to maintain focus on the reason that we celebrate this season, Jesus.