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Today's Features

  • 1 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.

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    Ours is a restless society. All about us there is a feeling of unrest. Jesus describes our day in Matthew 11:16-19.  He said that nothing could please them.  They were like children who could not decide what to play.  But what people could not find in pleasures, wealth, education, even in themselves, they could find in Jesus.  So, Jesus says, “Come unto me.”

  • The LaRue County High School Prom Committee participated in the Trash for Cash program sponsored by LaRue County Solid Waste Management.

    LCHS juniors convened to pick up trash in the county beautification project. Students are also thankful for the parents that helped on March 31.

  • Thought for the week: 

    Always find a reason to laugh. It may not add years to your life but will surely add life to your years!

    Another Thunder Over Louisville has come and gone already, can’t believe Derby will be here in 2 weeks. I haven’t seen anything on what horses will be running in the Derby. Enjoyed seeing all the prom pictures over weekend, once prom has come and gone, count down to graduation starts. Project Graduation is a great celebration for the seniors; support it anyway you can. Angela loved going to it. 

  • The Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, met on Friday, March 16, 2018, at the Brown Pusey House. 

    Margie Martin, former Chapter Regent, was recognized as the first Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter Honorary Regent.  She was presented a pin to honor her service.

  • The Seventh Annual LaRue County Relay for Life Survivor Dinner was held Tuesday, April 10 at First Baptist Church in Hodgenville.

    Approximately 100 survivors and guests were present at the dinner.  Survivor Kathy Baumgardner was the longest known survivor with 34 years cancer free and Linda Young was recognized as being one month cancer free.

  • Pea Salad

    1 package (10 Oz. ) Frozen Green Peas, thawed

    1/2 cup cheddar cheese (cubed)

    1/2 cup celery chopped

    1/2 cup sour cream

    Combine all ingredients together. Salt and pepper to taste. Refrigerate for several hours before serving.