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Today's Features

  • Baptist Men’s Day

    Steadfast Baptist Church,170 Strange Road, will host “Baptist Men’s Day” on Sunday, January 29. There will be a Men’s Fellowship prayer breakfast at 8 a.m. and Brother Gerald Murphy, Director of Missions for the Severns Valley Association of Baptist, will be the guest speaker at the 11 a.m. service. We invite men of all ages to come and join us. Call 270-358-6218 for more information.

  • By Jonathan Carl, Guest Columnist

    How would you respond if someone asked you to introduce yourself? If you were honest, how would you write your own obituary? Who do you think you are?

  • Peace is one of the major concerns of the Bible. In the Bible God is described as the God of peace. Jesus was called the “Prince of peace.” He came to bring “on earth peace, good will toward men.” As He prepared to return to His Heavenly Father, He said, “Peace I leave with you.”

  • Thought for the week: A person’s most useful asset is not a head full of knowledge, but a heart full of love and an ear ready to listen and a hand willing to help others.

    Woohoo! I remembered early deadline again. Congratulations to Houston Cruse on winning the 2017 LaRue County Schools ExCEL Teacher of the Year.

    The Drop Your Drawers at Your Library campaign was a huge success. A total of 873 pairs of underwear was collected. That is totally awesome! Once again our community has come together to support a good cause.

  • This Thursday at 6 p.m. will be choir rehearsal. Congratulations to B.K. Smith as he will be traveling to Tennessee along with his parents, Brian and Sharon Smith for the Kentucky versus Tennessee All Stars game.

  • Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter of DAR started the celebration of its 70th anniversary by posing for a group picture at the Brown Pusey House at the December 9, 2016 meeting. It was at the Brown Pusey House on January 10, 1947 that Miss Margaret Patterson became the organizing regent of the chapter with eighteen charter members.

  • After more than a decade in development, the 2-1-1 service now connects residents in United Way of Central Kentucky’s region of Hardin, Breckinridge, Grayson, LaRue, and Meade Counties with one-stop access to community resources.

  • Thought for the week: If someone treats you badly, just remember that there is something wrong with them, not you. Normal people don’t go around destroying other human beings.

    Sure wish this were going to be last of the cold temperatures and the nasty four-letter word that I am not going to say. It’s just no fun being stuck in the house. Of course, I got lots of knitting done and I have orders for 25 dishcloths, so kept pretty busy in the last four days.

  • Judy Chestnut is at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home for rehab, Rex Thompson is in Kensington Manor Care and Rehabilitation Center for rehab and Mildred Dorsey-Thompson had outpatient surgery last Friday at Hardin Memorial Hospital.

    Thought for Today: Always pray to have eyes that see the best in people, a heart that forgives the worst, a mind that forgets the worst and a soul that never loses faith in God.

    Let’s continue in prayer for the families that have lost loved ones due to various acts of violence, injuries, or sickness.