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Today's News

  • Sunrise residents visit Santa, take tea with bears

     The staff, adult daycare and residents are looking forward to the New Year. The outpouring of love and sharing through out the holiday season has been amazing. Santa came to visit not once but twice. The gifts sponsored by the Sunrise Volunteers and Bobby Morrison's Santa Bus were enjoyed by all. The Sunrise Volunteers made everyone's heart sing with a knit shirt as a gift.

  • PHOTO: Union Christian visits Warm Blessings

    Union Christian Church members from left, Barbara Emond, Barbara Finnicum, Mike Finnicum, Ramona Dever, Todd Self and LaDean Self are pictured at Warm Blessings Soup Kitchen after making bowls for the programs "Empty Bowls" fundraiser scheduled for Feb. 11. Church members also volunteer at Warm Blessings, serving meals and cleaning up each second Wednesday of the month. 

  • COLUMN: Avoid overeating this holiday season

     Did you know an extra 100 calories per day can cause you to gain 10 pounds per year? That may not sound like much, but an extra 5 or 10 pounds every year for the next several years can add up to be a lot of extra weight.  

  • COMMUNITY CALENDAR - DEC. 28, 2011

     Chamber of Commerce holiday schedule

  • Court Briefs - Dec. 28, 2011

     Serve 90 days 

    Jennifer L. Ahmer (1984) was sentenced to five years, probated Dec. 5 in LaRue Circuit Court. She is ordered to serve 90 days and credited for 31 days served. She was fined $385. She was found guilty of second-degree trafficking in controlled substance; complicity of first-degree possession of controlled substance, unspecified; tampering with physical evidence; complicity of possession of marijuana; and complicity, controlled substance, prescription not in original container. 

  • Indictments - Dec. 2011

     Eight people were indicted Dec. 19 by a LaRue County grand jury.

  • Parkinson's Support Group to meet

    The Parkinson’s Support Group will meet 4 p.m. Jan. 19 at HealthSouth Lakeview Rehabilitation Hospital, 134 Heartland Drive, Elizabethtown. The group meets 4 p.m. every third Thursday at HealthSouth.
    The purpose of this group is to provide education and networking opportunities for Parkinson’s patients and their family members in the community. Topics for upcoming meetings: Jan. 19 - LSVT BIG; Feb. 16 -LSVT LOUD; March 15 –  Pharmacology and Parkinson’s Disease.

  • Funding and volunteers keep doors open on free clinic

    Vanessa McFarland is thankful to be alive, and in her opinion, it is because of the free services offered to her through the Community Health Clinic of Hardin and LaRue Counties.
    McFarland, who is battling ailments including type 2 diabetes, high cholesterol and thyroid issues, began going to the clinic about six years ago.
    With no health insurance, little income and the need for treatment of her chronic conditions, a friend recommended she schedule an appointment at the community clinic.

  • Veteran's Memorial is a touching tribute to Hodgenville soldier

    The end of the nine-year Iraq war came Dec. 15 with a ceremony at Andrews air base.
    All U.S. troops will leave Iraq by the end of the year – but that comes as bittersweet news to families who lost a loved one. According to the Military Times, 4,487 American troops were killed in the controversial war and 32,000 were wounded.
    We’ll honor their sacrifice, knowing that a ceremony – no matter how beautiful, no matter how patriotic – will not touch their family’s grief.

  • Hundreds benefit from Santa Run

    A good Samaritan is credited with saving the efforts of volunteers preparing for the 45th annual Christmas Eve Santa Run.
    Former Hodgenville Fire Chief Terry “T.O.” Ovesen came to the rescue on Dec. 23 when the aging “Santa bus” broke down at the gas pump, according to Ann “Snookie” Morrison.