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Today's News

  • Renaissance Recycling is about to “Flip its Lids!”

    Recently, a church group let me know that they were saving lids to recycle and they would go to a new bench or table for their church. This program is sponsored by Green Tree Plastics out of Evansville, Indiana.

    We have been saving for them and others for some time and we are overrun. I have misplaced the phone number for the group sponsor that had requested help in the summer, and hope that someone reading this will call me with that information, PLEASE!

  • Hosparus speaks at Chamber luncheon
  • Legislative update from Rep. Reed

    We are now more than half way through the 2017 Regular Session and work continues for the people of Kentucky. This week, the House passed measures to ensure student athlete safety, help our state’s veterans, and support our first responders.

  • Legislative update from Senator Meredith

    Visits from advocacy groups, a ceremonial bill signing, and rallies in the Capitol Rotunda, along with the bipartisan passage of bills, marked a busy Week Four of the 2017 Legislative Session.

    We were excited to welcome the children of Kentucky National Guard members from across the state for the First Annual Kentucky Military Kids Day. It was an honor to host these families who have sacrificed so much to serve our state and our country.

  • Church calendar - March 1, 2017

    Lenten Lunch

    First Baptist Church Hodgenville will host a Lenten Lunch each Thursday of Lent starting at 12:05 p.m. Thursday, March 2. Each session includes a free lunch, Bible Study and giveaways. Register online at www.fbchodgenville.org or call the church office at 270-358-3193. The church is located at 730 Tonieville Road in Hodgenville.

    Revive us joint worship service

  • Alcohol?

    Should we? Or shouldn’t we? The introduction of alcohol sales into our community is a touchy and sensitive topic, but it is an important topic.

    We need to consider all aspects of the discussion and treat differing opinions with respect, regardless of the outcome. Our community must make a decision that considers the greater good while minimizing the bad.

    Did you know that the Bible has much to say about alcohol? Before soliciting human opinions, let us pay attention to what God has to say first.

  • Life as a child of God

    Everyone can be redeemed by the blood of Christ.  Everyone can become a child of God for “Whosoever will may come.” Everyone must come on God’s terms for Jesus says, “Ye must be born again.” We are a creature of God, but when we trust Christ as our Savior we become a child of God (John 1:11-12).

  • A Senior’s Advice

    Over the past four years, I have had the privilege of being a student at LaRue County High School, but it wasn’t always easy.

    I have learned that even in the midst of privileges and emotional highs, there are always nuisances and emotional lows. My four years of high school have proven this theory time and time again. You must be prepared and very composed in order to endure the hardship and responsibility that comes along with being a successful student.

  • Bluegrass Cellular moves to new location
  • Celebrating dental health month

    Children’s Dental Health Month was celebrated in February and Lincoln Trail District Health Department- LaRue County- took some opportunities to promote it.

    Lincoln Trail District Health Department would like to remind parents and guardians of the importance of having their child’s teeth examined by a dentist every six months.  

    Oral health is very important to overall health and regular dental visits can help prevent unnecessary pain and infection in the mouth.