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Today's Features

  • Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met December 14, 2018 at the Brown Pusey House in Elizabethtown.

    A new member ceremony welcomed four ladies: Lisa Highbaugh Greene, Shirlet Goodman McCamish, Charlene Wagner Stinger, and Debra Cox Williams.

  • Community Calendar

    EXTENSION

    Holiday Closing

    The LaRue County Extension Office will be closed from Monday, December 24 through Tuesday, January 1 and will re-open on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.  This is in accordance with University of Kentucky policy.

    MEMORY CAFÉ

  • How was 2018 for you? How do you think 2019 will go? As much as we may like to guess, we honestly have no idea how the future will exactly play out. 2019 could be the best year you’ve ever had. 2019 could also be the most challenging year you’ve ever had. Here are some tips towards intentionally making 2019 the most amazing year to date:

  • Community Calendar

    EXTENSION

    Holiday Closing

    The LaRue County Extension Office will be closed from Monday, December 24 through Tuesday, January 1 and will re-open on Wednesday, January 2, 2019.  This is in accordance with University of Kentucky policy.

    EVENTS

    Feeding America - New location

  • Christmas Blessings, formerly known as Santa’s Helpers/Santa Bus is a ministry helping the residents of LaRue County during the Christmas season.

    Instead of catching the bus this year, the program will be held at Ovesen Heights Baptist Church located at 1604 Bardstown Road in Hodgenville, and will be held on

    Saturday, December 22.

    Magnolia residents’ time is between 

    9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.

     

  • The sounds of Christmas --- they are all about us.  There are two from the first Christmas that cause us sadness --- the sound of the soldier’s sword as they go from house to house killing innocent babies and then there is the heart wrenching cry of the babies who are being killed.  This is right in the middle of the Christmas story.  What could these say to us?

  • In 1865, Phillip Brooks penned the traditional Christmas Carol, “O Little Town of Bethlehem.” Brooks wrote the carol for the purpose of helping children in Sunday School understand the significance and importance of the birth place of Jesus Christ. He based the hymn on his own personal experience that occurred two years prior when he rode on horse back from Jerusalem to Bethlehem to aid in a Christmas Eve service.

  • A new boutique has opened in LaRue County, and on Friday, December 7, The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce celebrated with their newest member in a ribbon cutting ceremony.