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Today's News

  • Senior activities

    Senior Citizens music

    The Senior Citizens Center, 112 N. Walters Ave., Hodgenville, has music with the Charlie Riggs Band at 6:30 p.m. every Saturday. Musicians and singers are welcome. For more information, call 358-4311 or e-mail viola47@windstream.net.

    Daily events

  • Be ready: We don't know when Christ will return

    Many believe that we are living in the last days. There are wars and rumors of wars with news of floods and natural disasters filling our television screens and newspapers. Such things are cited in the Bible as signs of the second coming of Christ.

  • Effort is required for spiritual understanding

    Most of us want spiritual understanding. We want to know more about God’s word. But we aren’t willing to pursue it any further than listening to a few sermons or rushing through 10 minutes of Bible reading. 

    Often our failure to understand God’s word is due to our unwillingness to invest time and energy in persistent, serious Bible study.

    If you really want to understand Scripture, consider following a focused and systematic plan of study.

    Make a commitment to apply to your daily life whatever truth you learn.

  • Effort is required for spiritual understanding

    Most of us want spiritual understanding. We want to know more about God’s word. But we aren’t willing to pursue it any further than listening to a few sermons or rushing through 10 minutes of Bible reading. 

    Often our failure to understand God’s word is due to our unwillingness to invest time and energy in persistent, serious Bible study.

    If you really want to understand Scripture, consider following a focused and systematic plan of study.

    Make a commitment to apply to your daily life whatever truth you learn.

  • Library offers new books and DVDs

    The LaRue County Public Library has several new books and DVDs for adults and young adults.

    They include:

    • The Postcard Killers by James Patterson. Patterson teams up with European bestselling author Liza Marklund to create a vacation thriller. NYPD detective Jacob Kanon is on tour of Europe’s most gorgeous cities, but he is seeing the sites through the eyes of his daughter’s killer.

  • Former city hall fetches $60,000

    The old city hall building has a new owner.

    On Saturday, the small frame house on Lincoln Boulevard was sold at public auction to Bobby Dobson and Wayne Dobson for $60,000 plus 10 percent seller’s commission, according to City Clerk MaDonna Hornback.

    The building, which once housed a retail business, was used as city hall for many years. Three years ago, Lincoln Bicentennial funding provided the means to transform the old First Baptist Church into a combined city hall and civic center.

  • Magnolia time capsule to be moved

    The Magnolia Elementary School time capsule will be opened in 2025 as originally planned.

    The time capsule will be dug up from the old school grounds this week and reburied at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School.

    MES third- and fourth- graders buried the capsule in 2000, prior to the consolidation of MES and Buffalo Elementary School.

  • Four men indicted for farm theft

    A LaRue County grand jury indicted four men Sept. 20 on charges of burglary, theft of farm equipment and complicity.

    Charles Brothers, 36; Joseph Matthew Skaggs, 31; Joseph Frederick “Freddie” DeWitt, 25; and Travis Patrick Hall, 33, all of New Haven, were each indicted on one count of third-degree burglary and complicity; and theft by unlawful taking – farm equipment and complicity.

  • LCHS speech team takes 15th in Yale Invitational

    The LaRue County High School speech team began its season in high form, securing a coup at the Sept. 24-26 Yale Speech and Debate Invitational in Connecticut. Eight members of the LCHS team competed in the prestigious, national-caliber tournament. Half of them brought home honors.

    The tournament hosted 147 schools with about 1,350 entries in 10 events. It was the largest Yale tournament in history.

    Speech Coach Katy Cecil said there were “at least 100 in each event. LaRue took eight entries, and ended up 15th overall. (It’s a) great start to our year.”

  • Adams takes first place in State Fair recipe contest

    Jayne Judd Adams of Upton won first place in the Fleischmann’s Yeast Bake for the Cure at the Kentucky State Fair for her Blueberry Bliss dessert dish.

    This is the second time Adams has won top honors in the contest. A 2007 win with her Orange Nirvana recipe resulted in her advancing to the nationals and winning the grand prize of $1,000.

     

    Blueberry Bliss

    Cake:

    2-1/4 cups flour

    1/3 cup white sugar

    1 envelope Fleischmann’s Rapid Rise Yeast

    1 teaspoon salt

    1/2 cup water

    1/4 cup milk