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Today's Features

  •  Rotarian John Skaggs, left, welcomed Cale Tharp from 94.3 the Wolf to Thursday’s Hodgenville club meeting. Cale was the guest speaker. 

  •  Katie McDowell, on behalf of the Hodgenville Rotary Club, presented a $630 check to Amber Lyvers of Feeding America.

  • Fifteen men from South Fork Baptist Church showed their support of their friend, Chris Bixenman, who is battling cancer, by shaving their heads for Easter Sunday. Chris was diagnosed with cancer a year ago and recently received discouraging news from doctors.

    Front from left, Kelly Lawless, Larry Howell, Chris Bixenman, Randy Hines, Ed Lane, Ricky Hines, Tim Elliott; middle, Bryan Durham, Billy Cottrell, Reed Smith, Caleb Phelps, Glenn Phelps; back, JR Cottrell, Brandon McDowell and Aaron Williams.

  • Relay for Life
    LaRue County’s Relay for Life will begin at 1 p.m. May 30 on Lincoln Square. The event ends at 1 a.m. the next day. For more information on forming a team, call Kathy Ross at 270-234-3309.

    Project Graduation 5K Run/Walk

  • ECTC to host free guitar concert
    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College is hosting a free classical guitar concert 7 p.m. April 8 in the Morrison Art Gallery in the JSO building. The University of Louisville’s Professor of Classical Guitar, Dr. Stephen Mattingly, will present a one-hour program featuring modern composers of the guitar. For more information, contact Kevin Shank at 270-706-8495.

    CLASS: Wreath-making

  • Buffalo firefighter Jason Willman, behind the wheel of the fire truck, waited for Steven Willman to get in the passenger seat. The two had been working a booth at the Extension Expo at LaRue County High School in March.

  • Concert at Glendale Christian Church
    Glendale Christian Church, 119 Main St., Glendale, will hold a gospel concert 7 p.m. April 11 with The Noblemen and The Commonwealth Quartet. For more information, call Bill Twyman at 270-234-4799.

    Ladies’ conference at Mount Moriah

  • Jaxton Davis Flowers was born March 16 with several abnormalities in his heart.
    Just minutes after his birth, he was taken to Kosair’s Children’s Hospital in Louisville where he underwent numerous tests before undergoing a six-hour open heart surgery on March 19.
    His grandmother, Patricia Lewis, said his heart had numerous defects including a double outlet right ventricle, transposition of the great arteries, and a septal hole in the heart.
    He underwent a second surgery March 30 to receive a pacemaker.

  • Christians from all over the world gathered last Sunday to remember and reinforce our faith in the living Christ. Jesus Christ is the only hope for this life and the next.

    We were sinners and were dead in trespasses and sin, but God in his great love for us sent Jesus to die for our sins.

    Jesus said, “I am the Way ….” (John 14:6). He is the only way to everlasting life and to a heavenly home. The hymn says, “I must need go home by the way of the cross, there is no other way but this.”

  • The Music Teachers National Association held their annual conference March 21-25 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Pictured is Marc Hebda, Southern Division Director and Diana C. Aubrey, Kentucky MTA State President. Aubrey has operated a music studio in Hodgenville since 1977.