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Today's News

  • Woman charged with assault

    April Fancher, 39, of Hodgenville was charged with second-degree assault July 18 after allegedly  assaulting a family member with a screwdriver, according to police reports.

    She was lodged in the LaRue County Detention Center under $25,000 cash bond and ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim.

    She was to be arraigned Wednesday in LaRue District Court.

  • Fair 2011 improvements already in works

    Thanks to an $82,100 grant from the Kentucky Agriculture Commission, LaRue County Fair Board will open the 2011 fair with a new multi-function, air conditioned, 40x72-foot metal building on its premises.

  • Christian Church to construct larger annex on Lincoln Square

    Hodgenville Christian Church is in the midst of a construction project in downtown Hodgenville that members hope will produce an addition usable for the entire community.

    According to Rita Williams, member of Hodgenville Christian Church and director of the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce, the first step in the process is to tear down an old storage building behind the church. The building, which was once a hardware store has been used for several purposes throughout the years and was bought by the church some time ago.

  • Christian Church to construct larger annex on Lincoln Square

    Hodgenville Christian Church is in the midst of a construction project in downtown Hodgenville that members hope will produce an addition usable for the entire community.

    According to Rita Williams, member of Hodgenville Christian Church and director of the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce, the first step in the process is to tear down an old storage building behind the church. The building, which was once a hardware store has been used for several purposes throughout the years and was bought by the church some time ago.

  • Christian Church to construct larger annex on Lincoln Square

    Hodgenville Christian Church is in the midst of a construction project in downtown Hodgenville that members hope will produce an addition usable for the entire community.

    According to Rita Williams, member of Hodgenville Christian Church and director of the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce, the first step in the process is to tear down an old storage building behind the church. The building, which was once a hardware store has been used for several purposes throughout the years and was bought by the church some time ago.

  • Real faith is something you do

    Fifty million Americans claim “I am born again,” according to a poll by George Gallup.

    “But you don’t see anything in their lifestyle,” Gallup said.

    A born again Christian goes to church, prays, studies the Bible, witnesses to others and gives to the cause of Christ. Jesus said in Matthew 7:21, “Not everyone who says, ‘Lord, Lord’ will enter into the kingdom of God.” 

  • Real faith is something you do

    Fifty million Americans claim “I am born again,” according to a poll by George Gallup.

    “But you don’t see anything in their lifestyle,” Gallup said.

    A born again Christian goes to church, prays, studies the Bible, witnesses to others and gives to the cause of Christ. Jesus said in Matthew 7:21, “Not everyone who says, ‘Lord, Lord’ will enter into the kingdom of God.” 

  • Real faith is something you do

    Fifty million Americans claim “I am born again,” according to a poll by George Gallup.

    “But you don’t see anything in their lifestyle,” Gallup said.

    A born again Christian goes to church, prays, studies the Bible, witnesses to others and gives to the cause of Christ. Jesus said in Matthew 7:21, “Not everyone who says, ‘Lord, Lord’ will enter into the kingdom of God.” 

  • LCHS teachers begin laptop training

    Last week, a team of teachers gathered to begin the process of making LaRue County High School’s Laptop Initiative " a plan to place laptop computers in the hands of each student after fall break " a reality.

    According to Principal Paul Mullins, these teachers are volunteers who will be at the “forefront” of the initiative, mentoring other teachers during the transition. They are the first to receive training on using the technology in classrooms.

  • The Bible placed hefty penalties on adulterers

    Exodus 20:14 says, “Do not commit adultery.”

    The command of God is about as specific as a command can get. He does not simply suggest to us that we should not do it; he demands it.

    The reason that adultery is such a serious sin is that marriage is a picture of the relationship between God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.