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Today's Features

  • Friday Dance

    There will be a dance from 7 to 10 p.m. on June 24 at LaRue County Senior Center in Hodgenville. Admission is $4 per person. Enjoy a variety of Classic Country and Rock and roll music provided by Prime Time Band. All Ages welcome. For more information contact Jim Walters at 270-737-5655 or cell 270-766-4437 or email jmarwalt@comcast.net.

    Saturday Dance

  • Benefit Dinner and Auction

    A benefit dinner and auction to help with medical expenses of Mary Jane Price will be held Saturday June 25 at Linwood Fire Department. There will be a Gospel Singing and a BBQ dinner. Dinner will be from 5-7 p.m. central time; auction will begin at 7:15 p.m. All donations would be appreciated, pick up for donated auction items is available. If you have an auction item to donate or for more information call 270-531-2862 or 270-531-7756. 

  • Renaissance Recycling Closed June 22

    Renaissance Recycling will be closed Wednesday June 22 due to manpower issues. They will reopen on Thursday June 23.

    Mother of the Year Award

  • Rolling Fork Christian Church

  • Crossflame concert

    Early’s Chapel UMC is excited to invite you to a concert by Crossflame, which is a youth choir and orchestra from Hickory North Carolina. The group is made up of youth from 6th - 12th grade and their music is for people of all ages. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. eastern time on June 23 and it’s at Early’s Chapel at 4065 Bengal Road HWY 323 in Campbellsville. For more information call 270-465-1230.

    Sweet Chariots Car and Bike Show

  • By Jonathan Carl

    Guest Columnist

    Satan is real. Demons are real. There is a real battle, a conflict that is largely unseen. Satan and his demons are at war with the followers of Christ and are constantly seeking avenues to attack God’s children, sometimes directly, but oftentimes through the world and our fleshly desires. We cannot ignore the reality of the unseen world and unseen beings.

    “The real war is inward of which the outer action is but the echo and reverberation.” Harry Emerson Fosdick

  • The foundation for a building is so very important when the winds and the storms come (Matthew 7:24-28).  Recently, on a downtown trip in Louisville, I observed the way a construction company was digging very deeply to lay the proper foundation for a building that would reach high above the earth.  Taking time for a proper foundation is time well spent.

  • We extend our deepest sympathy to the family of John Williams of Glasgow who passed away Sunday, June 12. His funeral was last Saturday afternoon at First Baptist in Glasgow with Reverend Jeff Williams officiating. Burial was at the Lou Greene Cemetery. He was the brother to Denise Stewart of Hodgenville.

    Barry Bell was admitted to Hardin Memorial last Friday and released. Kerry Smith was admitted to Hardin Memorial Hospital last Saturday and released.