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Today's News

  • McKamey wins tennis tourney again

    Ten-year-old Michelle McKamey was a double winner at last week’s Joe Creason Kentucky State Qualifying Tennis Tournament in Louisville.

    She won the singles championship defeating Kailey King of Louisville 6-1, 6-1. Then, along with her partner Kailey King, she won the doubles title 7-6,6-3.

    McKamey was a repeat winner  as she won these same two titles last year as a 9-year-old.

    By winning, Michelle earned an invitation to the USTA Southern Tournament in Lexington, S.C., in mid-June.

  • Field Day cashing in on hay

    “Producing Alfalfa Hay for the Cash Market” will be the topic of an Extension Field Day at the Clayton Gerald’s farm in northern Hart County at 5 p.m. Thursday, July 9.

    The program is free and a free meal will be provided.

    The Geralds specialize in producing small square bales for the horse market. They grow 400 acres of alfalfa and alfalfa/grass hay, and 150 acres of timothy, orchardgrass and teff.

  • Turners visit friends and family in Hodgenville

    Capt. Mark Duell Turner, a doctor in the United States Navy, Sybil, Charles and Grace Turner, who are stationed in Cairo, Egypt, and Beverly and Charles Andrews of Raleigh, N.C., enjoyed a visit recently to Hodgenville with Pauline D. Turner.

    They were also guests in the homes of Barbara Fred Gowen, Cindy and Arthur Lee Turner and Carolyn and Franklin Turner.

  • Children need their fathers

    “Isaac called Jacob, and blessed him.” Genesis 28:1

    In Bible times, fathers placed their hands on their children’s heads and spoke certain promises over them, passing on the blessing from generation to generation.

    It’s why “Isaac called Jacob and blessed him,” and why Jacob refused to die before blessing his grandchildren, Genesis 48:14.

  • Man dies in Upton trailer fire

    Landmark News Service

    A memorial service has been scheduled for the 50-year-old man who died of smoke inhalation June 27 in a trailer fire in Upton.

    Gerald W. Corder, a retired employee of the Kentucky Department of Transportation, died in the blaze that consumed his home at 1071 George Tabb Road. His wife, Marian, said he had gone back inside the trailer after the fire broke out. His last words were to make sure the children were safe. The couple had custody of several of their grandchildren.

  • Sweeney family opens Bulk Foods and More

    Dorothy Sweeney grew up in an old family-owned general store. By age 8, she was running the cash register and pumping gas for customers. It was a great memory she carried all her life and she longed to open her own store.

    A few weeks ago, with the help of friends, Sweeney’s dream came true. She opened Bulk Foods and More in her husband’s old workshop at their home on Walter Reed Road.

  • Bond unchanged for woman accused of murder

    Landmark News Service

    Bond for a woman indicted and jailed on a murder charge after last September’s fatal shooting of her former boyfriend will remain at $100,000 while a judge considers the reduction request.

    During what’s known as an adversarial hearing Tuesday evening before Hardin Circuit Judge Ken Howard, relatives of Angie Ricketts testified the $100,000 full cash in effect was unattainable. Ricketts’ trial is scheduled for Nov. 4 in Hardin County..

  • Community calendar

    Diabetes Coalition to meet

    The Hardin and LaRue Diabetes Coalition is open to anyone with interest in improving the lives of people that are affected by diabetes through promotion of early diagnosis, reduction of complications, prevention, and elimination of diabetes. The group will meet 6-7:30 p.m. July 7 at the Lincoln Trail District Health Department. For more information, call Melissa Conder at 769-1604, Ext. 1035.

    Mother of the Year

  • Red Cross appreciation

    The 23rd annual Cooking for Life Blood Drive was June 12 at Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown.

    Blood donors were treated to a delicious meal, entertainment and free child care services.

    A total of 68 units of blood was collected, which exceeded last year’s total by 14.

    Sincere thanks to all the area businesses who donated food and to those who provided entertainment throughout the day.

  • Twyman appointed to appeal board

    LaRue County magistrates, meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville June 23, appointed William Twyman to the Board of Assessment Appeals.

    Tommy Turner, county judge-executive, said the three-member board hears any case where someone appeals the assessment of his property. The two other board members are Ann Miller and Floyd Skaggs.

    Twyman, former superintendent of LaRue County Schools, will serve a three-year term beginning in July.