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Today's News

  • Generation X defies definition

    Some co-workers and I recently discussed which generation we fall into —baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y and so on. At age 33, I am right in the middle of Generation X, which includes those born from 1965-1980.

    We did some unscientific research — also known as Googling — to see which characteristics define our generation. Although it is impossible to make millions of people fit one mold, it was interesting to consider whether the characteristics listed were applicable to our personalities.

  • Generation X defies definition

    Some co-workers and I recently discussed which generation we fall into —baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y and so on. At age 33, I am right in the middle of Generation X, which includes those born from 1965-1980.

    We did some unscientific research — also known as Googling — to see which characteristics define our generation. Although it is impossible to make millions of people fit one mold, it was interesting to consider whether the characteristics listed were applicable to our personalities.

  • Generation X defies definition

    Some co-workers and I recently discussed which generation we fall into —baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y and so on. At age 33, I am right in the middle of Generation X, which includes those born from 1965-1980.

    We did some unscientific research — also known as Googling — to see which characteristics define our generation. Although it is impossible to make millions of people fit one mold, it was interesting to consider whether the characteristics listed were applicable to our personalities.

  • Magnolia family wins $2,600 gas card

    2008 was not the greatest year for Kelly Calhoun and her family.

    First, came the death of her husband’s grandmother in January and the ensuing funeral costs.

    Then, her husband Marty was injured in an explosion at work. He suffered second degree burns over 30 percent of his body. He’s unable to work at this time and is experiencing post traumatic stress syndrome.

    Their pet cat Whiskers, a rescue animal, died after being neutered.

    Most recently, their electricity went out and they had to clean out a large freezer of meat.

  • Lady Hawks rebound after loss, defeat Bardstown Bethlehem

    The LaRue County High School Lady Hawks dropped a district game to Green County Friday night, 55-39.

    Sophomore guard Lyndsay Whitlock had six rebounds and team bests in points (13) and steals (six) for LaRue County (7-5, 2-2). Twin sister Valerie Whitlock chipped in with nine points, seven rebounds and two steals, while seventh-grade post Ivy Brown just missed a double-double off the bench with nine points and eight rebounds.

  • Master Cattlemen classes begin Tuesday

    Registration is under way for what may be the final year of the popular Kentucky Heartland Master Cattlemen program. The classes, which start Tuesday, Jan.

  • Let the truth speak well of you

    “The truth itself stands up for Demetrius.” 3 John 12

    When others speak well of you, you have acceptance but when the truth speaks well of you, you have character. Demetrius had it – do you? A lot has been written and said about character. Study the following words carefully then ask yourself. “Do I have character?”

  • Receipts down for LaRue County government

    The sluggish state of Kentucky’s economy was evident in County Clerk Linda Carter’s budget that she presented Tuesday to LaRue County Fiscal Court at the courthouse in Hodgenville.

    “Receipts are down noticeably from prior years, but expenditures in the budget are similar,” said Tommy Turner, county judge-executive.

    Carter offered an example to the magistrates reflecting the downturn.

  • Receipts down for LaRue County government

    The sluggish state of Kentucky’s economy was evident in County Clerk Linda Carter’s budget that she presented Tuesday to LaRue County Fiscal Court at the courthouse in Hodgenville.

    “Receipts are down noticeably from prior years, but expenditures in the budget are similar,” said Tommy Turner, county judge-executive.

    Carter offered an example to the magistrates reflecting the downturn.

  • Receipts down for LaRue County government

    The sluggish state of Kentucky’s economy was evident in County Clerk Linda Carter’s budget that she presented Tuesday to LaRue County Fiscal Court at the courthouse in Hodgenville.

    “Receipts are down noticeably from prior years, but expenditures in the budget are similar,” said Tommy Turner, county judge-executive.

    Carter offered an example to the magistrates reflecting the downturn.