Today's News

  • 8 Ways To Improve Your Sex Life!

    Oftentimes our news is filled with bad and shocking news. Most news concerning sex is negative and traumatic in the form of assault or abuse. But there is good news; sex done God’s way is incredible and amazing.

    Maybe your sex life is traumatized by past rape, molestation or abuse. God can heal you.

    Maybe your sex life is tainted by pornography or fornication (sex outside of marriage). God can forgive and restore you.

  • God Bless America

         “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, the people whom He has chosen for His own inheritance” (Psalm 33:12). These words were never truer than today. America again needs to recognize God and receive His blessings.

  • Camp Invention returns to ALES

    On July 8 Camp Invention returned to Abraham Lincoln Elementary School to teach children about the importance of intellectual property while exploring, creating, and designing through hands on activities in a fun, engaging environment.

    The camp is a part of the National Inventors Hall of Fame, which partners with the United States Patent and Trademark office. The program partners with 1,800 schools across the United States to teach 130,000 students each year.

  • Spirit Pump

    Whether you are ready to bring the boat out to the lake this summer, hit the road on a cross-country trip, or shape up an unruly front lawn you’ll probably need to fill up a gas tank or two. So why not give back to the community at the same time through the Spirit Pump Program.

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  • 4 - H Calendar - July 10, 2019

    Cooking Club Annual Picnic

    Thursday, July 11 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Creekfront Park in Hodgenville. The location will be moved to the Extension Office in the event of rain. 4-H Cooking Club members are asked to bring a side or dessert, meat and drinks will be provided by the Club. Call 270-358-3401 for more information.

    Canoe & Kayak Club

  • 4-H Youth Seminar

    Recently, two local youth attended the Kentucky Youth Seminar held at the University of Kentucky. The Kentucky Youth Seminar is a program sponsored by the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service where youth develop skills and gain knowledge about the business industry and about becoming active business leaders.  Youth in attendance were: Alex French and Gilbert Cox.  Past Attendee and former junior leader, Ben Locke served as an adult volunteer again this year along with Summer Intern Ashton Hilton.

  • Local students participate in acting camp

    On June 17 three local students participated in the Hamilton Tribute- acting camp through Kentucky Classic Arts at Centre Square in Lebanon, KY. The two week extensive camp had participants work through scripts, music, and choreography, while telling the story of Alexander Hamilton in historical context, while presenting the musical with an interesting approach- a fully staged musical tribute to the hit Broadway show, HAMILTON! is a high energy contemporary musical!

  • Birth Announcement


    Katelyn and Bill Wickstrom, of Bardstown, Kentucky, are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Brixon Russell Wickstrom. He was born on June 14, at Flaget Memorial Hospital in Bardstown. He weighed 7 lbs, 14 oz, and was 20.5 inches long.

    He is the grandson of Barbara Howard Davila and the great-grandson of Lura Thomas, both of Hodgenville.