Today's News

  • Remember the ‘s’ when shopping online

    Remember safety first when online shopping. Obviously when shopping online, you are entering a tremendous amount of personal information including your name, phone number and address, not to mention your credit card information. Always make certain that you are using a personal/home computer for online shopping. Public computers, such as at work or the public library, may store information that someone could access later.

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  • Sin comes in three flavors: commission, omission, disposition

    Sin is Public Enemy Number One. It always has been, and always will be. Sin breaks the heart of God, nailed Jesus to the cross and carries men down to hell.

    We read in 1 John 3:4 that “sin is lawlessness.” Someone says, “I don’t see any harm in this thing or that thing.” But it is not a question of how we see things, but how God sees them. Since he is God he has a right to say “thou shalt” or “thou shalt not.”

  • Details emerge in manslaughter case

    Kentucky State Police released more details Wednesday in a manslaughter case against a Bonnieville man.

    A preliminary hearing was held Nov. 12 in LaRue District Court for Jason R. Davis, 37, who, according to police, failed to obtain medical help for a woman, who later died. He allegedly drove around for several hours with her body in the passenger seat.

    KSP Detective Anthony Hardin said he was dispatched about 1:37 p.m. Nov. 1 from Post 4 in Elizabethtown to Lebanon Junction.

  • Sonora family celebrates National Adoption Month

    Entering foster care is widely considered one of the most difficult things a child can go through. Oftentimes, children in foster care have been taken from their birth family for reasons such as abuse, drug use, mental illness or crime.

    One family in Sonora is trying to turn some of those negatives into positives.

  • SAR members gather to honor Pvt. Wilkins

    About 100 people gathered Saturday at Little Mount Cemetery outside Hodgenville for a grave marking ceremony for Patriot Thomas Wilkin.

    The service, led by Governor Isaac Shelby Chapter and the Kentucky Society Sons of the American Revolution, included a color guard, pledge, musical tribute and military salute.

  • MILESTONE- Cecil earns diamond status

    Eric Todd Cecil, a teacher at LaRue County High School, has been named as a diamond coach by the National Speech & Debate Association. Cecil received a First Diamond Award after earning 1,500 points on Nov. 1.

    A diamond award recognizes a professional career that combines excellence and longevity.

  • BIRTH-Grimes

    Chris and Christa Grimes of Lexington, announce the birth of a son, James Braxton Grimes.

    James Braxton was born Sept. 17, 2014, at Baptist East in Lexington. He weighed 8 pounds 5 ounces and was 20.5 inches long.

    Paternal grandparents are Gordon Grimes of Magnolia, and Judy Grimes of Hodgenville.

    Maternal grandparents are Dougie and Barbara Miles, and Lisa and Tony Lands, all of New Haven.

    Great-grandparents are Elmer and Ruth Chelf of Hodgenville, and Bobby and Joann Miles of New Haven.

  • Local studio offers ‘Photo with Santa’ for the price of a toy

    Photographer Melanie Wells is using her skills with a camera to assist a community charity during the holidays.

    Wells is participating in the LaRue County Holiday Open House promotion with several other businesses. During that time, Nov. 21 and 22, she will offer customers the chance to have their photo taken with Santa – for the price of a toy.

    The gifts should be unwrapped and can be for a boy or girl, from toddler to pre-teen. All items will be donated to Snookie Morrison’s Santa Bus program.

  • Village Post Office opens in Magnolia

    Magnolia Mall has added a new service. The Magnolia Village Post Office (VPO) opened Nov. 12 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and celebration.

    The VPO, located in Decades Restaurant, offers basic services, such as selling stamps and flat-rate packaging. Customers can also ship from the VPO, as it will now be at the end of every mail route in that part of the county.

    VPO Coordinator Nick Walker said he is excited to bring post office customers in Magnolia a convenient, quick-stop way of shipping packages and purchasing basic postal services.