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Today's Features

  • Missy Herron and Jarrod Heath were married in a private ceremony on October 10, 2013, at the Marion and Frances Davenport Estate in Campbellsville.

    Olivia Herron served as her mother’s maid of honor while son Jackson Herron gave her away and served as a groomsman. Herron is the daughter of Tommy and Barbara Davenport of Campbellsville.

    Heath’s son, Weston, served as best man and his daughter Meredith Burns was a bridesmaid. Heath is the son of Pat and Beverly Heath of Hodgenville.

  •  LaRue County Relay for Life teams have started fundraising.

  •  Greater Works ‘healing school’

  • The big question of life is – who am I and why am I here?  
    Let’s use a New Testament character in answering this question. Zacchaeus was a wealthy and successful businessman who held a powerful position in Roman-occupied Israel. Today we would call him an IRS agent.
    His story is found in Luke 19:1-10.   

  •  Jason Hodge from the Kentucky Department of Agriculture was the guest speaker at last week’s meeting of the Hodgenville Rotary Club. He and Rotarian DeWayne Murray are standing in front of the Mobile Science Center trailer, one of two constructed last year as part of an initiative to involve children with agricultural science and learning.

  • Rosalie Metcalf Bell of Wyanet, Ill. will celebrate her 95th birthday on Feb. 9, 2014.
    She was born Feb 9, 1919, in Athertonville, and lived in LaRue County several years before moving to Illinois.
    She retired from Harper Wyman in Princeton, Ill., and also worked at Hollywood Vasserette and Perry Memorial Hospital in Princeton.
    In the late 1950’s Rosalie and her former husband, the late Donald Bell, managed the Blue Ribbon Luncheonette located in the Hodgenville square beneath the Masonic Lodge across from the statue of Abraham Lincoln.

  • Words spoken at a memorial service for Ashley Long Jan. 31 at LaRue County Middle School assured the relatives, students, and school staff that though gone, she will not be forgotten.
    Eleven-year-old Long, a sixth-grade student, lost her four-year battle with leukemia Jan. 8. As a celebration of her life, the student body filed into the school’s gymnasium to hear teachers and Long’s classmate and friend, Sydney Pepper, speak briefly about the positive influence the daughter of Todd and Linda Long had on all those around her.