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Today's News

  • Lincoln Days kicks off with reception on square

    The Lincoln Days Festival had its official kickoff Sunday afternoon with a reception, baby contests and costume contests. The art show continues through Sunday. It's located in the Lincoln Museum Community Room.
    Saturday's festival begins with music on the square at 8 a.m.
    The ever-popular parade begins at 2 p.m.
    Sunday will be capped by a community-wide, nondenominational worship service and music that afternoon.

  • COLUMN: Run a good race to inspire others

    Quitters aren't much of an inspiration, but a person who stays with a commitment, even when the going gets tough, is an inspiration to all of us.

    A man said to Jesus one day, "I'll follow you wherever you go."

    Jesus told him to count the cost of such a commitment and said that once you put your hand to the plow, then don't look back. When one begins the Christian life, but quits running the race after the going gets tough, he becomes the object of ridicule for some and a source of discouragement to others.

  • FOOTBALL: Hawks win Homecoming

    Alex Cook kicked a 24-yard field goal with 53 seconds left to lift the LaRue County Hawks to a 17-14 homecoming night win Friday against the Warren East Raiders.

  • Greensburg man injured in crash

    A Greensburg man was injured Friday morning in a single vehicle crash at the intersection of Lincoln Farm Road and KY 61.

    Scottie Goldsmith, 18, of Frye Ridge Road, was driving a 2000 Daewleganza on KY 61 and failed to stop at the intersection with Lincoln Farm Road, according to LaRue Deputy Eric Williamson. The car continued across the road, struck a tree and caught fire.

    Goldsmith was transported to Hardin Memorial Hospital by LaRue County EMS.

    Buffalo Fire Department was called to the scene. Deputy Matt Darst assisted with the investigation.

  • Slight injuries received in three-vehicle collision

    One person was slightly injured in a three-vehicle collision Thursday evening on Lincoln Parkway.

    Pamela Bowling, 52, of New Haven, was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer south on the Parkway and preparing to make a left turn onto Strange Road, according to LaRue Deputy Matt Darst.

    The Trailblazer was struck in the rear by a 2010 Toyota Prius driven by Julia A. Dallman, 45, of Clarksville, Tenn. was following Bowling’s vehicle and slowing as the other vehicle turned.

  • COLUMN: Extension office offers kids' cooking class

    Families can take a cue from the fast-food restaurants, which increasingly are offering healthier side dishes and snacks. One of the best options is to limit fast food meals so they are an occasional, infrequent treat. Another long-term strategy is to eat at home and to pack a healthy lunch that includes nutritious snacks for all members of your family, especially children.

  • Reception and parade planned for Medal of Honor winner

    Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Dakota Meyer will be honored in public ceremonies as part of “Sergeant Dakota Meyer Week” on Oct. 2.

    Ceremonies will include a parade around downtown Columbia which will lead Sgt. Meyer to Lindsey Wilson College Blue Raider Stadium. The public may attend either or both the parade route or the ceremony to start at 2 p.m. at Blue Raider Stadium.

  • Chorales to perform at First Baptist

    The Kentucky Baptist Men’s and Women’s Chorales will perform a free concert of sacred music 3 p.m. Sept. 24 at Hodgenville First Baptist Church.
    (Original notice said event would be held at Severns Valley Baptist Church)

  • ColorFall provides best fall viewing routes

    Impressive changes in foliage colors announce the arrival of autumn in Kentucky, and the 2011 edition of the ColorFall program coordinated by the Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism and the Kentucky Department of Parks features a website that provides a variety of information about the state’s beauty at this time of year.

  • Campbellsville University Orchestra to hold concert

    The Campbellsville University Orchestra will present its first concert of the semester 8 p.m. Oct. 6 in the Ransdell Chapel on the campus of Campbellsville University at 401 N. Hoskins Ave.

    The concert is free and open to the public.

    Dr. J. Robert Gaddis, dean of the School of Music, will conduct along with Wansoo Cho, instructor in music, associate conductor.

    The program consists of both familiar and less familiar literature including Beethoven’s Symphony #5, 1st Movement, and Grieg’s Peer Gynt Suite.