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Today's News

  • Campbellsville University handbell choir to perform Nov. 5

    The Campbellsville University Handbell Choir will present its fall concert 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 The Gheens Recital Hall of the Gosser Fine Arts Center at 210 University Drive, Campbellsville.

    Included on the program will be works by Bach, Corelli, Hopson and other contemporary composers and arrangers.

    Members include Amelia Herrin of Sonora.

  • BIRTH: Elaine Grace Smith

    Dana and Kimberly Smith of Hodgenville announce the birth of a daughter, Elaine Grace Smith.

    Elaine Grace was born 12:25 p.m. April 29, 2011, at Baptist East Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds 1 ounce and was 18.5 inches long.

    She is welcomed home by a sister, Elizabeth Mae, 2.

    Maternal grandparents are James and Mary Miracle of Louisville and the late Maeola Miracle.

    Paternal grandparents are Mary Helen Smith of Hodgenville and the late Norman Smith.

    Great-grandparents are Ruby Wirth of Hodgenville and the late Walter Wirth.

  • COLUMN: Greater awareness follows real encounter with God

    Woe is me! For I am undone. Because I am a man of unclean lips and I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips; for my eyes have seen the King, the Lord of Hosts. Isaiah 6:5

    After a successful crusade someone asked Billy Graham, “Is this revival?”

    “No,” he replied. “When revival comes, we’ll see two things we haven’t seen yet: A fresh sense of God’s holiness; and a heightened awareness of our own sin and carnality.”

  • COLUMN: Carry-on and a snuggle blanket lead to stares at the airport

    I recently traveled to Pennsylvania via airplane. This is a trip I've talked about taking for years, although my hopes were to drive and see the countryside along the way.

    However, with a tight work schedule for myself and my sister-in-law, we chose to fly so we could use the time it would have took to drive to actually visit with family and take in some attractions Pennsylvania has to offer, including Hersey, which was delectable.

  • 5th Region Tournament: Lady Hawks fall to Central Hardin

    The Lady Hawks’ season came to an end Tuesday night as they fell 25-12, 25-9 to Central Hardin in the 5th Region Volleyball Tournament quarterfinal match.

    The tournament is hosted at Nelson County.

    LaRue County (12-21) couldn't contend with Central Hardin's strong serving. The Lady Hawks opened each set with a lead, but the Lady Bruins answered back with runs.

    LaRue County led 1-0 in the first set before Central Hardin answered with three straight points and added a 5-0 run a few moments later to jump out to a 9-3 lead.

  • PHOTO: Summer Garris honored at Frankfort ceremony

    LaRue County High School English teacher Summer Garris was honored Oct. 18 at the Ashland Inc./Kentucky Teacher of the Year ceremony in Frankfort at the Capitol Rotunda. Garris was one of 24 finalists selected to receive a teacher achievement award. Representatives of the Kentucky Department of Education, the Governor's Office and Ashland's Chairman and CEO Jim O'Brien honored the nominees. From left, LCHS Principal Paul Mullins, Garris, Gov. Steve Beshear and Superintendent Sam Sanders.

  • WEDDING: Alyssa Mynne Partridge and Dustin Allan Clemons

    Alyssa Mynne Partridge and Dustin Allan Clemons were married Oct. 8, 2011, at South Forth Baptist Church.

    The bride is the daughter of Melissa P. Adams of Hodgenville. She was homeschooled and graduated 2009. She is employed by First Citizens Bank, Elizabethtown.

    The groom is the son of Kimberlee and Scott Clemons. He is a 2007 graduate of LaRue County High School and is employed by Save-A-Lot in Hodgenville.

    Their reception was held at Elizabethtown Country Club.

  • PHOTO: Five generations of Marcums

    Five generations of the Marcum family gathered. From left, Doogie Calhoun, Suzanne Marcum, Janet Marcum, holding Riley J. Calhoun who celebrated his second birthday July 2, 2011, and Eugene Hutcherson.

  • Abbey of Gethsemani offers tranquility

    The road to Trappist takes a turn off the well-worn routes of everyday life — away from the thoroughfares that channel people to and from work, and even farther from the cities where people cook dinner, socialize, go to church, grow up and grow old.
    Winter wheat grows  along the road from either approach to the 163-year-old Abbey of Gethsemani. Along the drive south from New Haven Road, a grove of pines huddles against the nearby hills, so thick their trunks are tinted blue. The hour for daily Vespers, the monks’ evening prayer, is nearly here.

  • Court briefs - September 2011

    Diversion extended
    Stephanie Brown (1981) agreed to extend her diversion Sept. 19 in LaRue Circuit Court until restitution is paid. She was charged with failure to report change in order to receive benefits. The case will be reviewed Feb. 6.
     
    Pay or stay