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Today's Features

  • The LaRue County Public Library had a tie for the winners of their 2018 Great Pumpkin Decorating Contest. Tied for first place was Ashley McCarol and Evan Ragland. The pumpkins were inspired by the books Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Hank the Cowdog. The winners received free passes to Crawford Farms courtesy of Crawford Farms.

  • David was a type of Christ.  He was a shepherd and so was Christ.  David became a king and so will Christ become King when He returns to earth the second time.

  • Ever feel like a loser? Unsuccessful? A failure? Satan is pretty clever at whispering variations of that lie into our minds. The world is extremely dedicated to making Christians feel dysfunctional. Our fleshly thoughts can easily tend towards a negative and discouraging mindset. Christians, on dark and defeated days, do not forget what Christ has accomplished and bestowed upon us…VICTORY!

    Romans 8:37 “No, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.”

  • Apple Surprise

    1 (8 Oz) cream cheese, softened

    3/4 cup packed brown sugar

    1 tsp vanilla

    6 apples, cut into wedges

    1 cup chopped walnuts

    In small bowl, combine first 3 ingredients, beat until smooth. Spread mixture on apple wedges. Place on plate. Sprinkle walnuts over wedges.

  • Thanks to those who contributed and helped in our first “Trunk or Treat.” It was a great success and a nice turnout of youth and parents throughout the community attended.

    Debbie Dorsey-Jones, Mildred Dorsey Thompson and Arneva Smith attended the Prayer Breakfast last Saturday morning at Main Street Baptist Church in Lexington.

    The 18th Anniversary of Elder Jerry and Rosalyn Wilkinson was another great day as their son Elder Nehemiah Wilkinson was the morning preacher. A lot of family accompanied him and the pastor.

  • Many businesses and even homes seem to bypass the fall and Thanksgiving seasons in favor of early Christmas decorating.

    Several people in this county, however, refuse to join the Christmas rush and, instead, are sharing the beauty of fall as their home displays welcome the season to its rightful place between summer and winter.

    Sandy Kidd