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Today's Features

  • I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service, and my health to better living, for my club, my community, my country and my world.

  • Campbellsville University’s School of Music held a hooding ceremony for graduates Dec. 11 in the Gheens Recital Hall inside the Gosser Fine Arts Center on campus.

    Sarah Gilbert of Hodgenville graduated with a Master of Arts in Music.

  • The Santa’s Helpers brought Christmas to hundreds of LaRue County families for the 48th year.

    Ann “Snookie” Morrison, Jimmie Engle, Linda Daniels, Karen Atwell, Tom and Phyllis Smith and dozens of other volunteers, delivered new and gently-used toys – via the aging Santa Bus – to five locations around the county on Christmas Eve.

    It was a bittersweet event for many as the group’s founder, Bobby Morrison, died in June. Another longtime volunteer, Lenora Hoover, also died in June.

  • A Hodgenville man will be taking the stage in January to perform in the world premiere of Illyria, an opera based on William Shakespeare’s The Twelfth Night.

    Gordon Thomas has performed in world-class venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall, as well as singing countless times for local events. Now, he is tackling a first: performing in a world-premiere opera.

  • The Legal Aid Society, 416 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd., Louisville, will hold free legal clinics in October, November and December. Each session will be held at that location unless otherwise stated.

    A reservation for each clinic is required. Contact the Legal Aid Society at 502-584-1254 to make your reservation.

    Divorce Clinic– 9:30 a.m. Jan. 15, Feb. 13 and March 12. Clients will receive assistance from attorneys in filling out all of the necessary paperwork to file for a divorce.

  • Shepherds and wise men prepared to hear the good news, but they also were willing to take the journey of faith to see the Christ child. The shepherds said, “Let us go.”

    The wise men also moved on faith when they followed the star. We must also make a journey of faith. We realize that we will never completely understand God’s love for us, but in faith we must accept that he does love us enough to send his son to die for us.

  • A Hodgenville pastor is taking measures to show his congregation what togetherness means.

    Rev. Aaron Moss, pastor at Lane Lincoln Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, brought his congregation, along with that of two other local churches, to Lincoln Square in Hodgenville on Dec. 14. The group congregated and prayed for various issues, including violence throughout the world and the community of Hodgenville. They also sang some hymns at the event, which Moss said lasted “around 20 minutes.”

  • The Christmas spirit can surface in unexpected places: shopping, sitting at a red light, eating dinner and driving down the back roads of LaRue County.

    Out on Knob Schoolhouse Road, toward Sonora, you’ll find the Fulkerson house. It’s hard to miss. Covered in multicolored Christmas lights and surrounded by holiday-themed inflatables (including one chilly polar bear who shivers), the house stands out in the daylight. At nighttime, though, it shines.