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Today's News

  • Satan distracts from our spiritual life

    There is a devil. Jesus says in John 8:44, “You are of your father, the devil .…” Since Jesus does not lie, we know that there is an evil one called the devil or Satan.

    Satan had been working overtime in the church at Corinth. Paul tells the Corinthians they must be vigilant and be alert against their adversary, since Satan’s advantage is based upon one being ignorant of his schemes or methods.

  • LaRue County Fair Results

    4-H/FFA Dairy Show

    Showmanship – Novice (under 8 years) - Avery Bivens - Blue; Cyrus Bivens - Blue; Braxton Thomas - Blue

    Showmanship – Senior (14 +years) - Jessica Walters - Blue; Blake Brown - Blue

    4-H/FFA Sheep Show

    Showmanship- Novice (under 8 years) - Emily Sallee - Blue

    Showmanship- Superintendent (under 12 years) - Abigail Sallee - Blue

    Open Market Lamb Show Results

  • Community News

    Georgetown-

    John Smith

    Alice Lee Thomas was admitted to Hardin Memorial Hospital and released on Saturday.

    John Smith, Rev. Jerry Wilkinson and Rosalyn Wilkinson attended the 149th Annual General Association of Kentucky Baptist at the Hilton Hotel, Lexington.

    The Barbour/Thompson/Jordan family reunion convened Saturday at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown.

    Last Sunday was the anniversary and annual homecoming at Pleasant Union Baptist Church, Campbellsville.

  • Gold Award given to young cattlemen
  • Old jailhouse roof repaired
  • 4-H Day at the Fair
  • Junior Livestock Expo winnners
  • Woman charged with perjury

    A Hodgenville woman was charged last week with three counts of perjury by the LaRue County Attorney.

    Janelle Bass, 24, accused her boyfriend, James Franklin, 27, in May of assaulting her. She reported the incident to LCA Dale Morris and Kentucky State Police.

    She changed her story under oath at Franklin’s preliminary hearing in district court. She testified that Franklin had not struck or threatened her, or held her against her will. She said her injuries were caused during an altercation with a woman at a bar.

  • New trial date set for Cruse, Hornback

    A new trial date was set Monday for former mayor Terry L. Cruse and former city clerk MaDonna Hornback.

    Pretrial conference is Oct. 31; the trial will be Nov. 10.

    Cruse and Hornback have hired new attorneys to represent them in their criminal cases. F. Todd Lewis, Jon Heck and Ryan Vantrease, all of Louisville, are now listed as counsel on record.

    They appeared Monday on behalf of their clients in LaRue Circuit Court. Cruse and Hornback did not appear.

  • Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry assists families

     

    There are many food pantries in LaRue County. Most are open once or twice a month, but there is one that is available every week. Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church’s Shepherd’s Pie Pantry is open 5-6:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, with an optional church service beforehand at 4:15 p.m.

    Unlike many pantries in the area, Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry does not require that people be from LaRue County to receive food.