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Today's News

  • Mat Hawks defeat North Hardin

    LARUE COUNTY 48, NORTH HARDIN 17

    HODGENVILLE — Results from Jan. 16 dual between North Hardin and LaRue County:

    Individual Results

    106: Jake Burroughs (NH) def. Dawson Bingham (LC), 8-0

    113: Brandon Leak (NH) def. Dalton Bell (LC), 9-1

    120: Bradley Pokuta (NH) def. Kyle Edlin (LC), 6-4

    126: Trae Wills (NH) def. Tanner Mouser (LC), 7-6

    132: Dylan West (LC) pinned Jonathon Little (NH), 2:59

    138: Justice Harrison (LC) won by forfeit

  • Social Security checks going electronic by March 1

     With less than two months until the March 1, 2013, deadline to pay all federal benefits electronically, the Treasury Department reported that five million paper checks continue to be mailed to federal beneficiaries each month. In Kentucky alone, more than 104,000 Social Security and Supplemental Security Income checks are sent each month.

  • Better Business Bureau reports top scams of 2012

    The Better Business Bureau has named the Top Ten Scams of 2012:

    Scam of the Year: Newtown Charity Scams

  • Hornback named vice-president of Clerk's Association

     Hodgenville City Clerk MaDonna Hornback was elected vice-president of the Lincoln Trail Area District of the Kentucky Municipal Clerk’s Association.

    Hornback has served as the City of Hodgenville City clerk-treasurer since July, 2007. She received her Kentucky Certified Municipal Clerk certification in July, 2010, and is also a member of the International Institute of Municipal Clerks. 

  • COLUMN: See yourself through God's eyes

     God can take a nobody and make a somebody. Gideon in the Old Testament is a classic example of an ordinary person that God uses (Judges 6 and 7).

    Gideon went from a farm boy to a national hero and against incredible odds, saved the nation of Israel.

    Israel was at a low point spiritually, emotionally, physically, mentally and economically. The Midianites were enemies of the Israelites and 135,000 of them came against Israel.

  • Christian Women meet

     The Elizabethtown Area Christian Women’s Connection’s bi-monthly luncheon was Jan. 14.

    About 50 women from Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Hodgenville, Vine Grove, Cecilia, and Leitchfield attended. The guest speaker was Janet Spencer, a Stonecroft Ministries speaker from the Lexington area.

    The title of her talk was “Am I my Brother’s Keeper?” She told of her brother’s mental illness and how God had given her strength and encouragement to be a caregiver to him.

  • Pharmacists - The Other White Coats

    It’s your doctor who diagnoses the problem, but your pharmacist is often the one who helps you start feeling better.

    Jan. 12 is National Pharmacist Day, time set aside to thank this often overlooked care provider.

    Tracking down the origin of the day of recognition proves to be difficult, with no information available as to who initiated it or when. It has, however, been a longstanding note on calendars listing unusual holidays.

  • Sonora bank robbed

    The Cecilian Bank branch in Sonora was robbed at 3:45 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 15.

    An unidentified white male entered the bank and handed a teller a note demanding cash, according to Kentucky State Police. The teller complied, and the suspect left the bank on foot with an undetermined amount of cash. He was not located in the area.

  • COLUMN: Jesus knew how to handle stress

     We live in a stress-filled world and life seems to get pretty complicated at times. How can we cope with daily stress?

    Observe the life of Jesus and learn from him how to handle stress.

    Jesus was constantly under pressure from which any one of us would cave, but Jesus remained at peace. He never seemed to be in a hurry and always appeared at ease. How did he do it? His life was based on several principles of stress management.

    If we follow these principles, we can have less pressure and more peace of mind in our lives.

  • Pharmacists ... the other white coats

     Day highlights efforts of unsung health care providers