Today's Features

  • Thought for the week:

    Over thinking will lead to sadness!

    I so loved the beautiful sunny days we had the first of last week; it sure got you wishing for spring to get here soon. Sunshine didn’t last long enough; ole man winter isn’t through with us yet, unfortunately. Mom is improving every day.

    Thinking of you wishes go out to Cathy LaFollette, Alene Skaggs, Tenley Ward and family. Jean Judd, Billy Duncan, Tommy Wright, Margaret Gowen, Sue Jewell, Rosemary Ford, and Priscilla Brown.

  • When a wide eyed nine year old boy launched a message tied to several balloons last November, he could only imagine how far it might travel.

    Tied with a message, of ‘tell me what state it’s at’, Jack Frankum could imagine his purple and gold balloons and streamers going as far as Canada or even New York.

  • Community News


    Free Braided Rug Class

    The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace NHP is hosting a series of free braided rug classes at the park during the month of February. All classes are free and will be held on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (EST) at the Birthplace Visitors Center. All supplies will be provided free of charge.

    For more information on the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park, visit the park’s website at: http://www.nps.gov/abli HEALTH & SUPPORT

    WOW Wellness on Wheels

  • The LaRue County High School Beta Club traveled to Louisville January 13-15 attending the Kentucky Beta Club Convention. While there, students competed in several areas, including: quiz bowl, poetry, language arts, science, social studies, speech, recyclable art, sculpture, photography, drawing, math, and others. The convention was back in Louisville after being held in Lexington the last few years, so the club got to enjoy the new renovated Kentucky International Convention Center and stayed at the downtown Hyatt Regency.

  • Our culture appears to be more divided than anytime I can recall in my life. Many people display the feelings of victimization if anyone disagrees with them. Instead of agreeing to disagree or having a conversation, many of these situations are fueled by anger, hate, and frustration. Such mentalities lead to division, brokenness, and an ever growing feeling of alienation. The question truly must be: where’s the love?

  • Bibles are everywhere --- Book stores, grocery stores, motel rooms, everywhere. They are all sizes, shapes, translations, leather bound, paper back, and all colors. Every year the Bible is the #1 best seller. Yet, millions miss the blessing that can come from the Bible. Why?

  • February 14 is National Donor Day, which aims to serve as a reminder of the importance of discussing the lifesaving possibilities of organ and tissue donation.  Thanks to the Circuit Court Clerks of Kentucky, showing the heart on your driver’s license is the perfect way to start a conversation about love and legacy.

  • Life is full of decisions.  We daily have to make one choice after another.  Frank Borham said, «We make our decisions and then our decisions make us.»  Your decisions are important for they determine what kind of life you will have.  Haven›t we all  said at  some time, “Hind sight is 20-20?”

  • 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.