Today's Features

  • Community Calendar


    Goodtime Cruisers

    The next Goodtime Cruisers Car Show will be held at 4 p.m. on October 20 on the square in downtown Hodgenville.

    Retired School Employees to Meet

  • We have often heard that people should avoid any discussion on politics and religion. These two areas tend to drive wedges between loved ones, acquaintances, and people in general. The divisive nature of each finds grounding in the human-made components of each. Especially within the church, we see that the traditions of religion often drift to lead people away from God’s true calling upon one’s life.

  • Ivan the Terrible was a great ruler of Russia.  He was so busy annexing territory to his own country that he had no social life.  Some of his advisers were concerned that he had never married.  Ivan asked them to find him a wife.  After a long search they settled on the daughter of the King of Greece, Sophia.

  • It’s October and you know what that means! It’s time for LaRue County’s number one haunted attraction to make the horrors of the night a reality. The Haunted Barn is now open for business with this past Friday being its opening night.

    Every Friday and Saturday night through the rest of October and first weekend of November will be fright night at the fair grounds. The Haunted Barn has continued to grow in popularity as well as in size. The barn is bigger and scarier than ever, so make sure to check it out.

  • Apple Crisp

    1 box yellow cake mix

    1 pound sugar

    3 (20 Oz) cans apples or peaches, sliced pie size

    1 1/2 quick oatmeal

    2 sticks butter

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees

    Put apples in 10x14 inch pan.

    Place in oven and heat fruit thoroughly, while fruit is heating, melt butter, add dry ingredients, mix well. Remove fruit from oven and spread mixture over fruit. Return to oven and back for 30-35 minutes

    Serve warm

  • When a lot of people think about Lincoln Days, they think about the Abraham Lincoln look-a-likes, Mary Todd Lincoln look-a-likes, the parade, the pioneer games and the list goes on and on. But for one group of people, Lincoln Days means its time to auction off their prized hams.