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Today's Features

  • Several people participated in the Sunrise Manor Color Run on Saturday, May 20 at CreekFront Park in Hodgenville. Proceeds raised from the race will send two residents of the nursing home on a Washington D.C. Trip in March 2018. Sonya Turner, Quality of Life Director at Sunrise Manor, thanked the sponsors of the event: Tim Sexton Realtor, Crimson Diesel, Lafollette Masonry and Hart County Muffler.

  • Cucumber In Miracle Whip

    In bowl, slice 4 large cucumbers and

    1 large onion, sliced and taken apart

    Mix together 1 cup miracle whip

    4 tsp vinegar

    1/2 cup sugar

    1/4 tsp salt.

    Pour this mixture over the cucumber and onions DONT STIR

    Stir right before serving.

  • Thought for the week: Five things to tell yourself daily. 1. Keep trying, 2. Keep praying, 3. Stay positive, 4. Be awesome, 5. Become better. Not better than anyone else, but better than the person you were yesterday.

    For some reason the month of June just seems to be dragging by. I entered 12 items in the county fair and won six blue 1st place ribbons and five red 2nd place ribbons.

    I loved the story about Robert Hodgen’s great-great-great-great-great-granddaughter Brandi Weiss that visited Hodgenville. How awesome was that!

  • There was a going away dinner for Tony Smith held at Sunrise Manor on Sunday, June 18 with family and friends. He is leaving for Germany on Tuesday with his new promotion. Bernice Kent and daughters were guests at First Baptist on Sunday, June 18. They also were in attendance at the going away dinner.

  • The Wesley Meadows United Methodist Women hosted the 26th anniversary of the District Blanket of Praise on Saturday, May 20.

    The first District Blanket of Praise was held in 1991 at Sonora United Methodist Church. There were several years when over 350 quilts were given and it is estimated that over 6,000 quilts have been constructed since the first event.

  • Go with me back to former days before the GPS or the mapping service of AAA.  We are making a trip from our home in Kentucky to Phoenix, Arizona.  What would be one of the first things you would do?  First you get a good road atlas to help you find the shortest, and best route.  Once you begin your journey you would try to stay on this main road so you could reach Phoenix.

  • By Paul Richey
    Guest Columnist

  • Hawaiian Cheesecake Salad

    8 ounce cream cheese

    1 (3.4 ounce) instant cheese cake pudding unprepared

    1 cup International Delight French Vannilla Creamer

    1 pound strawberries, hulled and sliced

    4 mandarin oranges, peeled and sectioned

    1 (20 ounce) can pineapple tidbits drained

    3 kiwi, peeled and cut into half moons

    2 mangoes, cut into bite size chunks

    1 banana, cut into slices

    juice of 1/2 lemon

  • On Sunday, June 11, Reverend Wilkinson recognized and honored Arneva Smith and Rosleen Price as they are the oldest members of First Baptist and recognized how blessed we are to have two members at 90 years of age. After morning services, a surprise dinner was held for Arneva Smith as she turned 90 on June 5 and Rosleen turned 90 on March 30. Rosleen is the “Mother of the Church.”

  • The following are building permits applied for at the Planning and Zoning office.

    William Frank, 4758 Tanner Rd., Storage, Post.

    Jaret Calloway, 2457 Murrieltown Rd., Sonora, land division, plat.

    Angela Nevitt, 4369 S. L&N Turnpike, Magnolia, Carport Pre-fab.

    David Housler, 450 Heying Lane, Residence, s-wide.

    Keith Floyd, 5078 S. L&N Turnpike, Magnolia, Garage Frame.

    Brandon Voltz, 771 Old Sonora Rd., Commercial, Frame.

    David Humphries, 808 Howardstown Rd., Garage, Post.