Today's News

  • Making Restitution

    Restitution is an act of doing what is necessary to restore and resolve the broken relationships in life. Participating in restitution rests as a critical component of the life of the believer in dealing with one another. The reality is that the sin nature that exists in every individual causes pain and brokenness. Thus, restitution in the life of a believer is engaging with others for reconciliation. Luke 19:1-10 depicts the familiar story of Jesus and Zacchaeus, which models the act of restitution.

  • Relax in Stress

    Many are workaholics today. The Psalmist said, “It is senseless for you to work so hard from early morning until late at night ... God wants his loved ones to get their proper rest” (127:2 LB). Some burn the candle at both ends. While a poll showed most Americans would like to slow down and relax more, we seem to have less leisure time than ever.

  • The LaRue County High School Golf Team Trash for Cash - August 14, 2019

    Dear Editor,

  • Ovesen Heights Baptist Church Trash for Cash Letter - August 14, 2019

    Dear Editor,

    On Saturday, August 3, the youth group, as well as parents and church members from Ovesen Heights Baptist Church, were given the opportunity to participate in a local fundraiser widely known as “Trash For Cash.” By participating in this fundraiser, Ovesen Heights Baptist Church Youth Group (Warriors) were able to raise a little over $1,000 dollars from picking up litter and other various materials off of local LaRue county roads which they were able to put towards their 2020 Mfuge mission camp experience.

  • Letter to the Editor - August 14, 2019

    Dear Editor,

  • Everyone has Influence

    Last week I attended the Global Leadership Summit conference in Elizabethtown. This was the second year my home church hosted the summit via live video feed from Chicago.

    The summit challenged those that attended with current day leadership challenges, with today’s workforce being as complex as it’s ever been in history with multiple generations’ co- existing in the same place.

    One of the best talks that definitely had us all laughing, pointing fingers, doing some elbow nudges, as well as giving us pause was the generational talk.

  • The Nest Venue

    The ribbon cutting for The Nest Venue was held on August 8 by the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce.

  • News of Record

    Court Briefs

    Matthew Steven Vidrine was arraigned on one count of third degree rape, one count of possessing/ viewing matter portraying sexual performance by a minor, and one count of violation of condition of release.

    James Fel Wells was arraigned on two counts of flagrant non support.

    Michael C. Boards was arraigned on one count of no/expired registration plates and one count of operating on a suspended or revoked operators license.

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