Today's News

  • Luke 14 event this Saturday

    A regional outreach event for disabled people and their families will take place this Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Hardin County Fairgrounds.

    Event organizer Gary Rock of Hodgenville said the second annual Luke 14 event is an event that makes people with disabilities and their families feel like an honored guest. He said the event will be for all disabilities, both mental and physical, and that it is not specific to just one disability like a lot of other events.

  • Learning through community interaction

    Life skills; we all need them to function in society as independent adults. But, for some LaRue County High School students, cooking, making a grocery list or money-managing skills is best learned through a unique classroom environment.

    “Community Based Instruction (CBI) is designed for students that need intensive instruction in functional and daily living skills. It is instruction in community environments, providing real life experiences for students,” said Casey Sidebottom, Special needs teacher at LaRue County High School.

  • Church Calendar - September 21, 2016

    Food pantry

       The LaRue County Church of Christ food pantry will be giving food to people who qualify from 9 a.m. to Noon on September 23 and 6 to 7 p.m. on September 28. For more information call 270-358-9812.

    Revival at Rolling Fork Christian Church

  • What have I done?

    God sent Jeremiah to preach repentance to the people and warn them of the wrath to come.  Jeremiah saw how good God was to His people, but in spite of this he saw the people’s sin and idolatry.  The result was that Jeremiah wept with a broken heart.  He listened for the people to seek God’s forgiveness, but no one sought the Lord in repentance.  No one cried out, “What have I done”? (Jeremiah 8:6).  

  • The Truth About Eternity

    By Paul Richey

    Eternity is a reality for everyone. Each individual will spend eternity in one of two locations, heaven or hell. Unfortunately, many Americans have fallen prey to a plethora of deceptions that have blocked this truth from our minds and as a result many have fallen prey to sloppy understanding of what lies ahead. The truth is, each of us will exist forever and that location of existence will be based on our response to Jesus Christ.

  • Wildlife industry flourishing in Kentucky

    For hundreds of thousands of Kentuckians and out-of-state visitors, there is no place quite like the commonwealth when it comes to hunting, fishing or just experiencing all that nature has to offer.

    In a given year, more than 550,000 people fish, 347,000 hunt and another two million either boat on our rivers and lakes or observe our wildlife.  Not surprisingly, these outdoor activities are a major driver of our economy, with the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources estimating the annual impact at nearly $6 billion.

  • DAR welcomes new members

    Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution welcomed six new members on September 16 at the Brown Pusey House in Elizabethtown. Sharon Williams, Vice-Regent, introduced new members and presented information on their Revolutionary War patriots. Chaplain Martha Lawson administered the oath of membership to Carolyn Wimp, Meranda Caswell, Paula Clark, Sue Ballard, Colleen Franklin, and Marni Gibson.

  • Where my story ended

    When I met John I was working at Howie’s in New Haven. I was 17 years old recently graduated from high school and had my mind set on working as much as I could while I figured out exactly what I was going to do with my life.

  • Galloway speaks about having an ‘aging plan’
  • KY Knitwits - September 21, 2016