Today's Features

  • The schedule and

    drop-off times for

    Santa’s Helpers

    Rudolph the Santa Bus will make its rounds on Thursday, December 24 (Christmas Eve).

    The following is a list of

    the locations and times

    of the stops.

    Magnolia Fire Department at 9:30 a.m.

    Buffalo Fire Department at 11 a.m.

    Hodgenville City Hall at 1:45 p.m.

    Smith Plaza in Hodgenville at 2:45 p.m.

    Lincoln Plaza in Hodgenville at 3:45 p.m. 

  • The Sunrise Volunteers held their annual Christmas program for Sunrise Manor Residents on December 12.

    We invited children from First Presbyterian Church to sing Christmas songs. They were very good and a blessing to hear and watch.

    First Baptist also presented a puppet show with a ventriloquist and puppet in a North Pole Skit. They followed up with an adult group, singing Christmas songs.

    Tim Shockley, our previous chaplain, sang some solo songs and played the piano. Several volunteers took pictures to put in our pictorial historian book.

  • Nestled in the hills of Kentucky surrounded by trees and wildlife, that’s where I feel most at home. Our house is in the shadow of a knob; our favorite places as a family are among the trees and near the river. When I was younger and didn’t have children, I would go hiking on a regular basis; it’s great exercise and you get to see some amazing scenery.

  • School holidays are fun and yet challenging times for parents or caregivers. These breaks from the school year can leave many overwhelmed with thinking of activities that will keep children occupied. Listed below are some indoor activities that you may wish to try with your family.

  • A survey was done that asked the question: Which character of the advent did most people identify with? Was it Mary, Joseph, the Wise Men, Herod, the shepherds? The shepherds came out on top. Throughout the history of Israel, shepherding was a noble profession. Some of the great characters of the Bible were shepherds including Abel, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, and David. God also calls Himself a shepherd.

  • Harvestland Community Church

    Harvestland Community Church will have a Christmas Eve service on Thursday, December 24 at 8 p.m. For more information call 270-358-5418.

    South Fork Baptist Church

    South Fork Baptist Church will have their Christmas Eve Service at 5 p.m. December 24. Everyone is invited to attend.