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Today's Features

  • One common experience for all people is the reality of pain. Pain and suffering occur in many forms and fashions. There is the experience of physical pain from injury or disease. There is the emotional suffering in the loss of a loved one or a tragedy. There is the suffering and pain as a result of our wrong actions and struggles with others. Ultimately, pain and suffering exist due to the selfish sinful state of humanity.

  • America is a nation that has been abundantly blessed by our God.  We are daily recipients of the Lord’s blessings.  Of all the people in the world who thank God for His blessings, America should be the one doing the most thanking. But I’m sad to say that for too many in our land they do not possess a grateful heart.  The Psalmist says, “Enter His gates with thanksgiving, and His courts with praise.  Give thanks to Him, bless His name” (100:4).

  • A community wide cleanup effort will take place this Saturday, November 17 beginning at 8 a.m. at Creekfront Park in Hodgenville. Due to the recent flooding in the area, the park is in need a little extra help this holiday season.

    City workers have been hard at work removing limbs and tons of debris from the park and around the playground area, but the public is being asked to join together to remove the debris from the walking paths, around poles and benches throughout the park.

  • While some may find it difficult to imagine reporting to work at the age of 90, Arlie Gardner remains focused on a job well done.

    On Monday, November 12, on his 90th birthday, Gardner walked into a conference room at the LaRue County Schools Board of Education with a step ladder on his shoulder and a roll of duct tape in his hand. Led to the room under the guise of a maintenance project, Gardner was met by coworkers and friends gathered to celebrate the longtime LaRue County Schools employee.

  • DAR Chapters Ambrose Meador, Captain Jacob Van Meter, Cox’s Station, Grayson Springs, John Fitch, and Salt River met Saturday, November 3, 2018 at the Vietnam War Veteran Memorial Wall in Elizabethtown.

    Seventy Kentuckians from the nine counties the chapters represent were honored for their service, valor, and ultimate sacrifice. Each name was read, and a rose with a label containing the name, branch of service, and hometown, was placed at the Wall. The ceremony concluded with the sounding of the taps and prayer.

  • Community calendar

    EVENTS

    Family Dinner Project

    The Livin’ Well LaRue Coalition is hosting an event to encourage and help families with eating together as a family in a world with a lot of distractions. The Family Dinner Project will feature a free meal, family time, crafts, a guest speaker and more. The event will take place at 5:30 p.m. with doors opening at 5 p.m. at the LaRue County Extension Office on Thursday, November 15. Please RSVP by calling 270-358-3506 or 270-358-4112.

    HEALTH & SUPPORT

    WOW Wellness on Wheels

  • One thing is for sure, LaRue County won’t be missing a beat this month as a one of a kind concert has been planned in Hodgenville.

    A free concert entitled “Never Miss A Beat” will take place at the Hodgenville Civic Center on Friday, November 16 from 7 to 9 p.m. The concert will feature Dr. Krista Wallace-Boaz (pianist), Aaron Boaz (violinist) and Jason Kalish (American Tap Dancer).