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Today's Features

  • God’s love is answer for our strife-filled nation

    A couple of weeks ago, I made a comment in this column around the graduating students at Notre Dame turning their backs on Vice President Mike Pence as he was speaking about civility, and political correctness at their graduation exercises.

    I am sure that you know about the shooting of well-known lawmaker Steve Scalise while he was at practice for a charity baseball game.

    These law makers were targeted by James Hodgkinson, allegedly because they are Republicans.

  • Revival at New Liberty

    New Liberty Christian Church announced it will have a revival June 25 through 28.

    Located at 1177 Old New Liberty Road, the church said the service each night will start with music at 6:30 p.m., followed by a new speaker each night at 7. All are welcome.

    Mt. Moriah Baptist to celebrate

    Fourth of July

    Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, located at 12154 Mt. Eden Road in Waddy, will host a Fourth of July celebration with a community fun day.

  • 80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, June 10, 1937

    A front-page story reported that The Lawrenceburg Motor Company sold three Buicks this week. The cars were four-door sedans and were sold to William E. Dowling, Mrs. Mary Downing Bond and Dr. T.H. Posey.

    Frank Routt, Commander of Anderson Post No. 34, was to receive a silver cup for increased membership at the upcoming District meeting. It was to be held at the Legion Fairgrounds. The Anderson Post was in the lead all the way through the year, having the highest mark for increased membership.

  • Church to provide lunch

    for Kentucky Changers

    Pigeon Fork Baptist Church, 5090 Hickory Ridge Road, will host a luncheon for Kentucky Changers workers on Sunday, June 11.

    Vacation Bible school starts Monday, June 11 from 6 to 8 each evening through Thursday, June 15, with a family picnic on Friday, June 16 at 6 p.m.

    Other events including honoring fathers June 18, and homecoming on Sunday, June 25.

    Sunday school begins each Sunday at 10 a.m., followed by a worship service at 11.

  • If you keep up with the news, you would most likely know about Vice President Mike Pence’s speaking at the Notre Dame Commencement exercise for graduating seniors a couple of weeks back.

    Pence’s speech was filled with platitudes, about bright dream-filled futures and with a rebuke of political correctness. He said, “These all too common practices, (political correctness) are destructive of learning and the pursuit of knowledge, and they are wholly outside of the American tradition.”

  • If you keep up with the news, you would most likely know about Vice President Mike Pence’s speaking at the Notre Dame Commencement exercise for graduating seniors a couple of weeks back.

    Pence’s speech was filled with platitudes, about bright dream-filled futures and with a rebuke of political correctness. He said, “These all too common practices, (political correctness) are destructive of learning and the pursuit of knowledge, and they are wholly outside of the American tradition.”

  • Glensboro Christian to hold

    vacation Bible school

    Glensboro Christian Church will hold its vacation Bible school June 11 through 16, from 6:30 to 8:45 p.m. The church is located at 2963 Glensboro Road.

    The theme will be, “Halo there, which way is Heaven?” The church announced that visitors from the Learning Center would also stop by throughout the week. Activities are scheduled to start Sunday June 11, from 5 to 7 p.m., and there will be games, activities, prizes and hot dogs available.

    Archery at Van Buren Baptist

  • Van Buren Baptist Church is starting an archery program for boys and girls 11 to 15 years old, the church announced.

    The program will kick off June 3 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m, and begin June 24 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and every other Saturday until completed.

    The archery program is a non-denominational outreach program that shares the gospel of Jesus through archery, organizers said.

  • Do you remember the words of Carrie Underwood in her song, “Jesus Take the Wheel?”

    It is a song about a desperate young mother who is overwhelmed with life, and doesn’t know what to do next.

    She is at the end of her rope.

    The words are: “Jesus take the wheel, take it from my hands, ’cause I can’t do this on my own. I’m letting go, so give me one more chance, and save me from this road I’m on. Jesus take the wheel.”

  • 80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, May 27, 1937

    Seventeen students graduated from Kavanaugh High school.

    In addition to the high school students receiving their diplomas, there were a number of eighth grade graduates on the stage, who also were given their diplomas by Mrs. Kavanaugh.