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Today's News

  • Reunion calendar - September 7, 2016

    Lyons Station School and Edlin Creek School reunion

    The annual Lyons Station School and Edlin Creek School reunion will be held at 1 p.m. on September 11 at Barry Hall at the New Haven Community Park located at 529 Maxie Ct. There will be a potluck lunch; meat and paper products will be provided. Everyone is invited; building is air conditioned. For more information contact Judy Kennedy at 502-549-3052.

    Burba Reunion

  • August Chamber Luncheon
  • Rotary Guest - September 7, 2016
  • Staying ahead of the game in the business world

    I am very excited to have the opportunity to share with you information that may be beneficial to you as a business person whether you are an owner, manager or employee. I hope this information will give you some valuable insight and help you develop strategies that will assist you in gaining a competitive advantage for your business.

  • Keep Your Friends Close, Your Passwords Closer

    Sharing passwords is a bad idea between family and friends, but sharing passwords at the office can be absolutely catastrophic.

    For example, I performed a security audit some years ago for a large construction goods company where they suspected their head of technology was defrauding the company. A serious charge and their outside accountant brought me in to review the technology for anything their accounting forensic people had missed.

  • Church calendar - September 7, 2016

    Union Band 160 year Homecoming

    Union Band Church Homecoming will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday September 11. The church is located at 5434 Stiles Road, Howardstown. Pork BBQ and Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken will be served. Bring a dish, everyone is welcome. The Gospel Sunshine Trio Singers will be singing and preaching by Bro. David Wortham.

    LaRue Baptist host missionary

  • Trust the Lord

    Have you ever faced a moment in life that left you pondering the future? A time when you were confused about what lied ahead or what obstacles might be awaiting your journey? Have you ever met the moment when the feeling of overwhelmed dominated your life? I am sure that these questions probably sparked a moment or two in your life. How did you face those times?

  • Facing Whatever

    Recently the devotion said that trouble will come.  I’m thankful for the positive response by some readers and want to add some additional thoughts on the subject for handling trouble.  How we respond to things that come into our lives is very important. Our response will reveal our character.  We can be all smiles in the sunshine, but the dark days and times of trouble reveals our true inner self. Will we weather the storms because we have done a good job in building on the proper foundation and used good material in construction?

  • Reflecting on 9/11

    On Sunday morning, our nation will pause to remember and reflect upon the tragedy known primarily by its date: 9/11.

    Those of us old enough to remember that Tuesday in 2001 will never forget where we were and what we were doing when we heard the news.  It had the same impact as such other pivotal moments in history, from the attack on Pearl Harbor and President Kennedy’s assassination to Neil Armstrong’s walking on the moon.

  • Robbing from future generations

    That headline makes you think about politics, doesn’t it? Sorry to disappoint, it isn’t politics this time. Robbing future generations is referring to people who rob the rest of us and posterity of valuable information and history. These people literally tear the pages out of history, or from what I’ve seen, carefully cut around the picture and caption they choose. Even more brazen, they walk right out the door with the entire book.