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Today's News

  • Family Dinner Project coming to LaRue

    The Livin’ Well LaRue Coalition is hosting an event to encourage and help families with eating together as a family in a world with a lot of distractions.

    The Family Dinner Project will feature a free meal, family time, craft and more. The event will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Hodgenville Elementary School cafeteria on Tuesday, November 9.

  • Winter hay needs for horses

    It’s hard to believe that winter is right around the corner. If you’re a horse owner, you should already be preparing your winter hay supplies.

    How do you estimate the amount of hay you will need? If you have mature horses at maintenance level, you want to feed a mainly forage diet.

    The estimate would be similar to a 1,100-pound horse eating 2 percent of its body weight. That equals 22 pounds of hay per day. Feeding for 120 days, December through March would equal 1.3 tons of hay per horse.

  • LaRue Co. runners qualify for state CC meet
  • On Mission

    On occasion I’ve met people who question the need to go out on mission trips when there is plenty of “need” here at home. How would you respond to such a statement? Why should we be on mission, crossing geographical, linguistic, and cultural boundaries to talk about and show the love of Jesus?

    Here are five reasons to be on mission for Jesus:

  • Lady Hawks lose heartbreaker to Marion County

    The LCHS Lady Hawks varsity volleyball team let a two set lead slip away in the opening round of the 5th region tournament against Marion County on Tuesday, October 24.

    The Lady Hawks finished the season with a 20-17 record and a 7-1 record in the district. Their season ended with a (20-25, 17-25, 25-21, 25-19, 15-9) loss to Marion County.

    Jessi O’Bryan had 32 assists, Presley Brown made 16 kills, Bella Vengas had 14 kills and a block, Katelynn Lafollette added a kill, Taylor Newton had four aces and Breea Kirkpatrick had 25 digs and three blocks.

  • LCMS boys basketball results - November 1, 2017

    The LCMS Boys Basketball Hawks tipped off their regular season last Thursday night as they traveled to Taylor County to take on the Campbellsville Eagles.

  • Daily Foot Washing Needed

    God is no respector of persons. He can and will use any of us in His service, but to achieve our highest usefulness our lives must be clean.

    The Apostle Paul taught this truth through a simple illustration in 2 Timothy 2:20-21 about dishes used for a meal. They were different kinds of dishes, but one thing necessary for their use was they had to be clean (Hebrews 10:22, Matthew 6:17). It is not the size, shape, color, nor what the dish is made of. The most important thing of the dish set before you is it must be clean.

  • Bringing his wrestling expertise from 500 miles away

    Winston Churchill once said, “There is nothing wrong with change, if it is in the right direction.” For Tim Gross, a change of scenery has opened up a rewarding opportunity for him and his family in LaRue County.

  • Rev. Wilkinson celebrates 17 years at First Baptist Hodgenville

    On November 18, 2000, First Baptist Hodgenville called Reverend Jerry Wilkinson as pastor. Coming from the city of Stanford, Kentucky he felt like God led him this way.

    Elder Jerry G. Wilkinson is one of six children born to the late Glen Wilkinson and Lovester Wilkinson. He married the former Rosalyn Johnson on September 19, 1981. Elder Wilkinson is the proud father of three children: Jermaine, Nehemiah, and Jerran (Tim) Adams. He also had five grandchildren.

  • LaRue County Youth Football results

    7-8 Year Old Division: LaRue 28, SW Nelson 6

    9-10 Year Old Division: LaRue 0, SW Nelson 14

    11-12 Year Old Division: LaRue 31, SW Nelson 0

    Final season records:

    Flag: 6-0 and 1 seed in playoffs 8U: 6-0 and 1 seed in playoffs

    10U: 2-4 and 5 seed in playoffs 12U: 7-0 and 1 seed in playoffs

    Quarterfinal games will begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday, November 4 at the LaRue County High School football field. Semifinals and Championship games will be hosted at 9 a.m. on November 11 at LaRue County High School.