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Today's Features

  • After rushing around like a mad rabbit all last week, this week is a blank. No cards, no plays or engagements of any kind.
    I did watch the basketball game on Saturday night to the exciting climax. They did good. For those of you who live in another dimension, I am referring to the University of Kentucky’s game with Missouri. Bless their little hearts, they’ve learned to make foul shots.

  • Beech Grove Baptist
    Bro. Steve Delaney delivered God’s word from Romans 8:17-25. A special thank you to Mary Marlow for playing the piano. The music adds so much to our service.
    If you missed our Gideon speaker and would like to contribute to the vital work of printing and distributing God’s Word, be sure to pick up one of the fliers on how you can contribute or contact Dave Jones. I encourage everyone to support the work done by our Gideons.
    Sunday, we will celebrate communion in our morning worship service

  • He was a yarn-spinner and a rail-splitter. He was mostly self-educated but went on to become a storekeeper, a lawyer and the president of the United States.
    He and his future wife were both born in Kentucky. He came into the world in a rough-hewn cabin, she in a luxurious home in Lexington. He was famous for his wit, honesty, and compassion; all of which served him well as he led this divided country during a most volatile tragic time.

  • Misty Stewart and Devan Lynch and big sister Brailey Lynch are proud to announce the arrival of the newest member of their family, Skyler Jean Lynch. She was born on Jan. 22, 2013. She weighted 7 lbs. 9 ounces and was 19.5 inches long. She is welcomed by her grandparents, Johnny and Sarah Stewart of Owenton; Ozzie Wright and Tina Lynch of Sanders; and Greg Lynch of Carrollton; her great-grandparents, Charles and Tillie Stewart of New Liberty and Charles Bizter of Owenton; and her great-grandpapaw, Boliver Baker of Ohio.

     

  • Cedar Hill Baptist

    Sunday morning, Bro. Bill continued with his message on the Ten Commandments and looked at number five, “Honor your father and your mother.” Part of the focus was on how we as parents can be honorable. We are to walk in newness (Romans 6:4), walk by faith (2 Corinthians 5:7), walk in the spirit (Galatians 5:16), walk in love (Ephesians 5:2), walk in wisdom (Co. 4:5), walk in truth (3 John 4) and walk after his commandments (2 John 6). What are we planting in the lives of children and grandchildren?

  • James and PruAndera Grider of Long Ridge announce the engagement of their daughter Gabrielle to Kevin Andrew Welsh, son of David and Darlene Welsh of Sheffield, Penn. The bride-elect graduated from Morehead State University with a bachelor’s of arts degree in business administration. She is currently employed at Owen Electric Cooperative. The groom-elect graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor’s of science degree in plastics engineering and is employed at Itron. A June 2013 wedding is planned. Invitations will be sent to out-of-town guests only.

  • It’s a lovely day to be alive. The sun is shining, the birds are singing - yes, the birds are beginning to come back. I saw a beautiful blue bird fly across my viewing area as I drove down the road this past week.
    Ann reports that the skunks are out too. The groundhog did not see his shadow, anywhere in the eastern part of the U.S. and Easter Sunday is early this year, so I am expecting an early spring this year. You heard it here first. Now watch it snow a blizzard on Easter Sunday.

  • Many may recall the old saying, “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” After spending the afternoon celebrating the 96th birthday of Monterey resident and historical society member Lela Maude Hawkins, I discovered there is more than one way to kill a snake.

  • “When our boys have crossed the ocean. There to die in No Man’s Land
    Oh, what true and brave devotion. As we see them take their stand.
    We will pray for their returning. And we’ll keep the home fires burning;
    We will one and all be true. While our boys are nobly dying
    For the flag. Red, White and Blue.”