Today's Features

  •  By: Gary Thompson

  •  80 YEARS AGO

  •  Homecoming at Mount Pleasant

  •  Revival services are scheduled for Friendship and Unity Baptist Church, the church announced.

    Singing will begin Saturday, Sept. 30 at 5:30 p.m., followed by a service at 6. Soup will be served following the service.

    Revival continues Sunday, Oct. 1 at 11 a.m., and will include a turkey dinner following the service. Guest preacher will be Jordan Simpson from Unity Baptist Church.

    “Come and join us help pack the pews,” organizers said.

    The church is located at 3683 Bardstown Road.

  •   Homecoming is scheduled for Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on Oct. 8 at 11 a.m., the church announced.

    There will be special music during the morning service provided by Vernon House and his group.

    Dinner will be provided following the worship service.

    House and his group will also perform at 2 p.m.


  •  It was AW Tozer who said, “The world is perishing for the lack of the knowledge of God, and the church is famishing for want of his presence.”

  • Farmdale Baptist to hold

    Clothes Closet event

    Farmdale Baptist Church has announced it will hold a Clothes Closet event Sept. 9 from 9 to 11 a.m.

    Men’s, women’s and Children’s clothes will be available. The church is located at 5610 U.S. 127 South, just across the Frankfort County line.

    Second Sunday Mass in Taylorsville

    The All Saints Catholic Church, located at 410 Main Cross St., Taylorsville, announced it would begin having a second Sunday Mass starting Sept. 10.

  • My thoughts have been completely captivated by the events playing out in Houston and the surrounding area for the past week, with constant images of the floods and devastation inundating the entire area.

  • 80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Sept. 9, 1937

    Helen Morgan, demonstration agent for Anderson County, demonstrated the latest method of canning peaches, tomatoes, beans and corn at Tyrone.

    The canning was done at the home of Mrs. Will Hughes. Others present were Mrs. Flora H. Booker, Mrs. Albert Ledridge, Mrs. W.P. Frazier, Mrs. Frank Searcy, Mrs. Ethel Moynahan and Mrs. C.W. Young.

    Two new Homemakers clubs were formed in the county, one at Alton and the other in the Hughes community.

  • 80 YEARS AGO

    Thursday, Sept. 2, 1937

    A number of women of the Royalty community met at the home of Mrs. C. E. Champion and formed a Homemakers Club. Helen Morgan, Home Demonstrator for Anderson County did a canning demonstration at the meeting.

    Mrs. Charles Duncan was elected president; Mrs. C.E. Champion, vice president; and Callie Gritton, secretary.