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Today's News

  • Be a Blessing this Christmas

    Halloween is over! Even though it might not be quite time to hang up your Christmas decorations and decorate the Christmas tree, it’s definitely time to donate to Christmas Blessings.

    Christmas Blessings is the program formerly known as Santa’s Helpers/Santa Bus. Nathan Wheeler, in conjunction with multiple churches in the surrounding area, took over the Santa Bus program at the beginning of this year and renamed the program Christmas Blessings.

  • Community Prayer Service
  • community news

    Reverend Scott Curle was the guest preacher at First Baptist in the absence of Reverend Wilkinson. The title of his sermon was “Fight.”

    Mildred Dorsey-Thompson will be had surgery on Tuesday. Christina Turner also had surgery recently and she is improving.

    Bobbi Curle, wife of Kenny Curle, will have surgery on Wednesday at Norton’s Hospital in Louisville. Everyone keep her in your prayers.

  • Walking in perspective

    Seven years ago I went on my Chrysalis Walk. For those of you who don’t know what Chrysalis is, it’s a three-day non-denominational Christian retreat for high school students. The walk happens twice a year; once in the spring and once in the fall.

  • LCMS boys basketball keeps winning

    As week two of the boys middle school basketball season tipped off the LCMS Hawks faced two conference opponents that began last Monday, October 29 as the Hawks hosted the Greenwave from Stuart Pepper Middle School.

    The 7th grade Hawks would begin the night of basketball action falling behind 8-7 after the first quarter of play as Daniel Allen sustained the Hawk’s offense by dropping five points in the first quarter. In the second quarter of play the scoring for the Hawks started to balance out as the Hawks took a 17-14 lead into halftime.

  • Hawks win playoff game

    The Hawks beat the Union County Braves 48-29 last Friday at home during the first round of the class 3A playoffs.

    Although the Braves were seeking revenge as they lost to the Hawks last season in the opening round of the playoffs 14-0, but their revenge just didn’t happen. The Hawks always managed to stay one step ahead of the Braves in the game last Friday as they never lost the lead throughout the game.

  • Church Calendar

    FBC Fall Festival

    FBC Hodgenville will be hosting a free Fall Festival on November 10 from 5 to 7 p.m. with food, inflatables, games, and more. For more information call 270-358-3193.

    Union Separate Baptist Revival

    Union Separate Baptist Church will be hosting a revival at 7 p.m. on November 9, 2018. Reverend Arnold Sprowles will be the evangelist. Pastor Troy Arnett and the church invite everyone to attend. If you have any questions call 270-932-4976.

    God’s House Revival

  • Nail it down
  • LaRue finishes strong in Special Olympics

    Several students from LCHS FMD teacher Casey Sidebottom’s class participated in the Special Olympics on Saturday, October 27. They participated in the Special Olympics area 4 singles bowling tournament at Kingpin lanes in Jeffersontown. Those that participated are Robert England, 1st place; Shelly England, 5th place; Noah Cromwell, 1st place, and Evan Grubbs, 5th place. 

  • Cross country teams compete at state

     KHSAA State Cross Country Championship - Organization License

                      2018 KHSAA Class 2A State Cross Country Meet