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Today's News

  • Event Calendars - September 19, 2018

    Community Calendar

    EVENTS

    Goodtime Cruisers

    The next Goodtime Cruisers Car Show will be held at 4 p.m. on October 20 on the square in downtown Hodgenville.

    Lincoln Days Quilt Show

  • “Outlaws of Central Kentucky”

    A member of the Cornbread Mafia recently published a sequel to his memoirs and he will hold a book signing in Hodgenville.

    Former Cornbread Mafia member Joe Keith Bickett recently had his book published entitled “Cornbread Mafia, Outlaws of Central Kentucky.” The book follows the first book he published in 2016 entitled “The Origins of the Cornbread Mafia: A Memoir of Sorts.”

  • Church Calendar

    Operation Christmas Child

    Bardstown United Methodist Church and Operation Christmas Child invite everyone to come and hear an amazing story about God’s  transformational love at Bardstown United Methodist Church, 116 East Flaget Street in Bardstown on Saturday, September 22 at 7 p.m.  Dania Yadago, has a powerful testimony of how God used an Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift to greatly impact her life.  

    Family Fun Fest Community event

  • “O Lord, Do It Again”

    “And they were amazed .... what meaneth this” (Acts 2:12).  Pentecost -- what a day for the 120 who had been waiting and praying in the upper room after the crucifixion and resurrection.  Suddenly there was a rushing mighty wind, cloven tongues sat on them as they began to speak in different languages. People heard them speak in their own language and bystanders were perplexed.  Things were different after this experience of Pentecost.

  • Just Be Kind!

    Why the sign phenomena? Have you noticed the signs all over Hardin county and spreading into LaRue county? Have you wondered why they are so popular? I think the answer is simple but significant: Our world is dark and mean.

  • Nothing like an escape

    We left out last Saturday to go to Columbus, Indiana to sing at church homecoming there on Sunday.

    For those of you who don’t know, my wife Danielle sings in a southern gospel group called “The Sextons.” They were all Sextons until Danielle married me and became a Ponder, throwing the whole group off haha.

  • News of Record

    Court Briefs

    Wesley Lynn Basham was arraigned for theft by failure to make required disposition of property.

    Ethan R. Cundiff was arraigned for alcohol intoxication in a public place, second-degree disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, third degree assault, drinking alcoholic beverage in a public place, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Kelvin Lee Foster was arraigned for first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

    David Alexander Locke was arraigned for first degree fleeing or evading police and resisting arrest.

  • ALBNHP to host night sky program

    The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park will host their annual Night Sky Program at Lincoln’s Boyhood Home at Knob Creek on Friday, October 12.

    Eastern Kentucky University will conduct the program and will provide telescopes for visitors to look through. The program will begin at 8 p.m. Visitors are encouraged to bring a flashlight, sturdy shoes and a sweater.

  • Rep. Reed named chairman of equine issues subcommittee

    Representative Brandon Reed of Hodgenville has been named chairman of the Subcommittee on Equine Issues within the Kentucky General Assembly.

    As co-chair of the committee alongside Senator Steve West, Reed will be tasked with highlighting issues in the equine industry that could require legislation in the coming session. The committee will meet in November to hear testimony on challenges facing the industry.

    Reed serves on both the House Agriculture Committee and Tobacco Settlement Oversight Committee, and formerly served as Kentucky’s State FFA President.

  • LaRue County Relay has a successful year

    LaRue County Relay for life had a successful year in 2017-2018.

    Survivor Chair Kathy Ross said their yearlong fundraising campaign ended on August 31. Their goal of raising $60,000 was narrowly missed as they raised an overall total of $59,104. While the goal fundraising fell slightly short of being met, Ross said many other goals were achieved as the 2018 main Relay for Life event was moved to CreekFront Park in Hodgenville.