.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Features

  • Sunday was the 44th anniversary of the Usher Board at First Baptist Hodgenville. The afternoon guest was Dr. B.T. Bishop and his congregation from First Baptist Elizabethtown.

  •  What do three bankers and a guy named Banks do in their spare time? Form a band, of course.

    Chris Buchanan, Charles DeRoche, Matt Neel and Pat Banks make up the local band Poor Man’s Grave.

    While their photos resemble those of many folk bands, they started out that way, but morphed into something louder and more electric, according to Buchanan, lead vocalist and acoustic guitar player.

  •  You may have been the little boy or the parent in the following well-known story. The boy was misbehaving in church with his father trying unsuccessfully to keep him quiet. Finally, the father picked up his son and headed for the vestibule. As they went through the back door the little boy looked over his father’s shoulder and said, “You all pray for me! Pray for me!”

  •  Many of us would love to work more physical activity into our schedules but between responsibilities at work and home, it can be hard to squeeze it in. The 30 minutes of physical activity most days of the week most health and wellness experts recommend may seem impossible. But daily physical activity is the biggest tip given recently by a representative from the Alzheimer’s Association to help our brains stay in optimum working order.

  •  We have all heard it said, “Life isn’t fair.” And for some of us it seems so very true. 

    Cancer is in some families, and not others; some people can find good jobs, others can't no matter how hard they work; some people have plenty, and others struggle everyday just to live and pay their bills.

    Some parents lose a child or two to death, while others lose none; some people are sick their entire life, while others enjoy abundant health.

  •  The Glen Rice, Family and Friends Musical Concert Series returns to the Hardin County Schools’ Performing Arts Center 7 p.m. Friday, April 11.

    The concert features former educator Rice, Tiffany Puckett and Ricky Puckett, Clint Sapp and Allie Shae Hash and guests, Grace Farmer, Matthew Dyer and Camryn Reynolds.

    A portion of the proceeds will benefit local charities.

  • Flaget Memorial Hospital, part of KentuckyOne Health, invites moms and dads-to-be for its 12th annual Baby Fair, sponsored by Women’s Care of Bardstown on Saturday, April 19. The fair will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Flaget Memorial Hospital campus on Shepherdsville Road.

    Anyone who is pregnant or planning to have a baby in the future is encouraged to attend this maternity event. The fair is free and will feature tours of the hospital’s private birthing suites equipped with advanced fetal monitoring systems, and plenty of room for the whole family.

  • This will be the first year that the Bardstown Civil War Museum and its corresponding venues will be operating without the help of Rita Herrmann.

    Herrmann, the long-time curator and co-founder of the museum, passed away last year at the age of 86.

    “Rita was a character,” said current manager Kenny Johnson. “She ran this place seven days a week, and she was in her 80s.”

    Johnson said Herrmann had seen the museum come to life years ago, piece-by-piece.

  • Sabrina Miller and Samuel Miller held on to their other giveaways Saturday at Extension Expo as they looked through old photos at The LaRue County Herald News' booth.