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Today's News

  • Kentucky Historical Society offers free family history workshop

    The Kentucky Historical Society will host a free Family History Workshop at 10:30 a.m. Dec. 10, at the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History in downtown Frankfort.

    At this workshop, “Digging Deeper for the Gold: Genealogy 201,” Deborah Lord Campisano will offer advice for determining a research objective and preparing a research strategy for solving family history mysteries. Case study examples will illustrate methods for getting the most from census records and court records including wills, administrations, court minutes, land records and tax records.

  • Pamida Foundation offers assistance during holidays

    Many families and individuals in communities that Pamida serves continue to face economic hardships this holiday season. The Pamida Foundation announces it is once again holding in-store events to help local food banks stock their shelves for those in need.

  • COLUMN: Politeness is lacking in this generation

    The Apostle Paul says love “does not act unbecomingly” (I Corinthians 13:5 NASB).

    The New Living Translation of the Bible uses the word “rude.” J. B. Phillips in his Biblical translation of this scripture verse says, “Love practices good manners.” This verse may seem strange when the world is torn apart by hatred, oppression and conflicts. What is so important about politeness?

  • PHOTO: Warm Blessings makes payment on mortgage

  • Four homes featured in Woman's Club Holiday Home Tour

    Four beautifully decorated homes will be on Saturday’s Holiday Home Tour sponsored by the Hodgenville Woman’s Club. The annual event begins with a tasting party from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the Woman’s Club building on Lincoln Square in downtown Hodgenville. The home tour follows 2:30-5:30 p.m. 

    Tickets are $10 and will be available at the Woman’s Club the day of the event. Those attending will receive a booklet containing maps, home information and recipes offered at the tasting party.

    Featured homes are:

  • COLUMN: God's healing power at work

    Two and a half years ago I had a horrible accident.

    I’m sure everyone remembers the big ice storm. A few weeks after the ice cleared up, we had black ice one night that caused multiple wrecks in LaRue County. 

    On Feb. 21, 2009, I was driving home from the grocery store and hit black ice. My Jeep slammed into a tree. Pastor Knight from Family Worship Center found me. I’m not exactly sure what happened between the time Bro. Knight found me and when the EMS arrived. I was sent to U of L Hospital by helicopter.

  • COLUMN: Pizza is a vegetable - sort of

    When I was in school pizza was pizza. But in comparison Pluto was also a planet.

    Now, Congress has declared pizza a vegetable and Pluto is no longer a planet. It’s crazy how things change.

    Well, technically Congress didn’t declare pizza a vegetable. What Congress did was say the amount of tomato paste used on a slice of pizza could be declared as one serving of vegetable. And I thought tomatoes were classified as fruit on the nutritional chart.

  • PHOTO: Elvis and Meatloaf named Tribute Group of the Year

    Colonel Perkins and Jesse Perkins AKA Elvis and Meatloaf and Debbie “Dizzy” Ross accept the Tribute Artist Award from Friends of Kentucky Country Music, Hawesville. Besides Elvis and Meatloaf, the brothers portray Hank Williams Jr., John Lennon, Garth Brooks and others. Ross is sound person, back up singer and soloist.

  • Shooter identified in Heying Lane deaths

    The deaths of three people in a LaRue County shooting Tuesday have been ruled homicides, with one of the deceased the suspected killer.

    Barbara Walker, 51, Elizabethtown, David Walker, 51, Elizabethtown, and Steve L. Bottoms, 55, Radcliff, were found dead when Kentucky State Police arrived on scene near the intersection of KY 1517 and Heying Lane between Hodgenville and Sonora.

  • Jail escapee found in Rineyville

    Thanksgiving morning began with the arrest of a 19-year-old jail escapee in a Rineyville residence.

    Kentucky State Police are expressing gratitude for an anonymous tip through the Hardin County Crimestoppers program. KSP Post 4 personnel were told that Nunn was at residence in the 700 block of Blackburn Road in the Rineyville area. Troopers reportedly discovered Nunn hiding in a closet in a back room at approximately 12:30 a.m. Thursday.