Today's Features

  • LaRue County Church of Christ Food Pantry

    The LaRue County Church of Christ Food Pantry will give food to those who qualify, 6-7 p.m. every fourth Wednesday and 9 a.m. to noon every fourth Friday. For information, call 270-358-9812 or 270-358-9220.

    Wesley Meadows United Methodist Church Auction and Dinner

  • I love a good conversion story. The moment or series of moments that lead up to a person going from not belonging to Jesus to belonging to him.

    I remember telling my friend Mike that it was like getting married. Either you are or you aren’t. I told him you can think you’re married, say you’re married, live with another person as if you’re married, but unless you’ve signed the marriage license and said, “I do,” you’re not married.

  • “What the world needs now is love.”  This song was sung for the first time in 1965.  The world’s need has not changed.  Look at what is happening in our land today.  Have you ever seen so much hatred being expressed!

  • The Glen Rice Family and Friends Musical Concert Series will have a special Veterans Day concert at 7 p.m. on November 13 at the Hardin County Schools’ Performing Arts Center in Elizabethtown.

    The “Oh What A Night” will feature several special guests and musicians. Those joining Glen Rice on stage are Heather French Henry, Camille Turner, Brooke Thornsberry, Christina Walton, Clinton Spalding, David Dunaway, Gary Rice and many more. The show will also feature a memorable veterans tribute.

  • Dance at LaRue County Senior Center

    A Dance will be held at the LaRue County Senior Center Corner 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., November 6, at the corner of Water Street and Walters Hodgenville. Dance will feature Prime Time Band playing your favorite Classic Country tunes. Admission is $4.00 per person.. For more information contact Jim Walters 270-737-5655 or cell 270-766-4437.

    Dance at Vaughn Reno Starks Community Center

  • “She owned the road as an elephant owns the veldt and like a big blue elephant moved with massive grace and dignity.” (*David Drake, Overdue Notice: Poems from the Library) A metaphorical description of your LaRue County Public Library bookmobile as she travels the roadways of our county.

    The bookmobile operator is librarian, Virginia Napier, who has recently achieved a milestone here at the library. In honor of Napier’s accomplishments, we want to acquaint you with Napier who is a great asset to our library, as well as our community.

  • With all the holidays around the corner, I have smiled when I encounter people starting their Christmas shopping among the Halloween candy. Their Christmas list is ready and they are crossing gifts off while others wait closer to December 24 to start.