Today's Features

  • The LaRue County Band of Hawks marching band had a breakout year last season and they are participating on larger stages this season.

    The Band of Hawks soared through the state semifinals and made it to their first state finals appearance since 2012 on October 28, 2017. The Band of Hawks finished second out of 16 bands during the KMEA Class AA semifinals. Only the top four teams went on to perform at the KMEA state finals. At the state finals, the Band of Hawks placed third overall in Class 2A.

  • Community calendar


    Free Yard Sale

    The Hodgenville United Methodist Women will host a free yard sale from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, September 15 at the Hodgenville United Methodist Church. Donations are being accepted beginning Wednesday, September 12 from 1 to 7 p.m. For more information call 270-401-6566.

    Goodtime Cruisers

  • Round Top Baptist Fish Fry and Cake Auction

    The Round Top Baptist Church annual Fish Fry and Cake Auction will be this Sunday, September 16th starting at 4:30 p.m. The event will include free food, games for the kids and the Hodgenville Brotherhood will be providing special music. All proceeds go to the church’s youth ministry. 

    Seven Churches revival

  • I suppose we have all heard someone say, “we are just one heart beat from eternity,” This is a reality, but we tend to put that in the back of our mind and go on with living. 

    In light of an uncertain future, have you ever stopped to think how you would respond if your doctor told you they thought you only had a short time to live?  How would you react?

  • In John 21:15, John pens these words of Jesus, “Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these?” This pointed and intriguing question is one that causes reflection, introspection, and concern. It is ambiguous and pointed. It is subtle and obvious at the same time. “Simon, son of John, do you love me more than these?”

  • National awards won by the Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution are being exhibited at the Hardin County History Museum during the month of September. These awards were presented at the Continental Congress in Washington D.C. in June.

    The American Heritage Committee presented four individual awards to:

    Linda King – 2nd Place – Fiber Arts: Crochet

    Beverly Heath – 3rd Place – Arts and Sculpture: China Painting

    Nancy Raine – 3rd – Crafts: Cloth Doll

  • Thought for the week: Life isn’t being rich, being popular, being highly educated or being perfect It’s about being real, being humble and being kind. 

    As of Monday, September 10, it has been 23 days for Angela in the hospital. As I write this, she is still having issues with her lungs and we are waiting to go down for a CT scan of her lungs. Please keep us in your prayers. 

  • Kay and Larry Howell of Hodgenville announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their Son, Cody Glenn Howell, to Stephanie Nicole Jackson, daughter of Victoria Jackson of Rineyville.

    The bride-to-be is a May 2015 graduate of Western Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science in agriculture. She is employed by the USDA: Farm Service Agency.

  • Organizers of the annual Rotary event known as Cow Days say the schedule is set for the two day extravanganza that kicks off Friday, Sept. 14 and concludes Saturday, Sept. 15.

    New this year is Stuff a Cow, a collectible, soft, fuzzy cow that comes complete with a mini Cow Days T-shirt.

    Preselling at the three banks — Forcht Bank, Community Trust Bank, and Limestone Bank —  in Greensburg for $18, the cows will also be available during Cow Days for $20.