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Today's News

  • Warren - Parsley Wedding

     

    Hardin & Karen Warren, of Magnolia, are pleased to announce the engagement and wedding of their only daughter, Tara Nicole Warren to Justin Wayne Parsley, son of Tony Parsley & Wendy Huff of Shepherdsville KY.

    An outdoor wedding is scheduled for September 8, 2012, at the Howell Family Farm, located 8 miles east of Hodgenville on HWY 210 beginning at 2 pm EST. A reception will immediately follow the ceremony. In the event of rain the ceremony and reception will be held at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, Buffalo KY.

  • Column: Christ is our calm in the storm

     He [Jesus] got up, rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Quiet! Be Still!”  Then the wind died down and it was completely calm.  Mark 4:39

    Dark clouds on the horizon signify another line of thunderstorms marching in from the West. The calm before the storm gives no indication of danger, but in a matter of minutes the winds can increase, hail can rain down and fierce lightning can strike.

  • White Coat Ceremony

    The University of Louisville School of Medicine Class of 2016 White Coat Ceremony was held at the Louisville Downtown Marriott on Aug. 5. Pictured is Samuel Sanders, son of Sam and Dee Anne Sanders. He is the grandson of Tony and Jean Carole Ennis and E.G. and the late Clara Sanders.

  • Dotson - Highbaugh Wedding

     

    The marriage of Teresa Dotson and Eric Highbaugh was performed July 28, 2012, at the Mt. Moriah Church in Mount Sherman.

    Ashley Young and Brittany Allen served as maids of honor and Jesse Highbaugh was the best man.

    Reception followed at the couple’s home on New Jackson Highway in Magnolia, where they will begin their life together. 

  • Annual Wheeler Reunion

     

    The annual Wheeler reunion was held July 8 at LaRue County Sportsman’s Club.

  • 240-foot tower built to serve local agencies

    Across the street from LaRue County High School last week, you may have noticed some fellows climbing about on top of a steel structure hundreds of feet in the air. Those were employees of the World Tower Co. of Mayfield.

  • Hawks’ 47-7 triumph settles coach’s nerves

     

  • EXTREME Hotel Makeover

     

  • KU, LG&E fair displays celebrate twin centennials

     

  • The business of vintage

     Nancy Lincoln Inn, adjacent to Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park, might be a mecca for both today’s kids and their grandparent baby boomers looking for games made before the advent of high tech entertainment.

    “We’ve got jacks, Pick-up-Sticks, and even wooden tops that they can spin,” said Jennifer Harris, site supervisor of the business which, since May is under the management of Eastern National, a not-for-profit “cooperating association” that supports the National Park Service.