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Today's Features

  • Community Tree of Life tickets now on sale

    First Baptist Church of Taylorsville is again hosting the annual “Community Tree of Life” musical presentation which depicts the Biblical story of the birth and life of Jesus Christ.

  • I have always been fascinated by the night sky. The stars, the moon, it all seems so amazing.  That fascination seems to have been born in me from an early age. Early on, I learned about the canals on Mars, about Saturn’s rings, about comets and asteroids and more. Even now I can name the moons of Mars, Deimos and Phobos.  I remember searching out the big dipper and Orion’s belt just to see them

  • If you want strawberries from your garden next season you should do a little mulching now in order to protect the buds that have already been set.  These buds were set back in August, in fact.   The weather was decent at the time so it should be a good year for the berries; as long as they make it through the winter unscathed.  

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  • Clothes Closet Day at Van Buren Baptist Church

    Van Buren Baptist Church is having a Clothes Closet Day.  If someone in the community is or knows someone that needs clothing, come by on November 11 from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  They are located at 1488 Fairmount Road (HWY 3358) Lawrenceburg, KY.   Call 502-517-2318 or 502-460-5433 to check on the sizes they have or if you need a different time.

  • Have you ever thought that maybe pain is a good thing?  I am not saying that we should enjoy pain; just that sometimes pain serves a purpose.  Pain warns us when something is wrong.  Often a little pain will stop us from experiencing even worse pain.

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    The Chamber of Commerce helped Love My Neighbor celebrate the grand opening of their new store on Garrard Street Saturday morning. The ministry, which provides free or low cost clothes and household goods, operates on donations and is staffed by volunteers. The new facility is more than twice the size of their existing building, and they were able to use volunteer labor to open their doors debt-free.

  • Life happens to everybody.  The good, the bad, and the indifferent happen all the time.  Sometimes we plan a vacation and it turns out perfectly.  Or, we go see a movie and it is as good as we hoped.  Or, just sitting around talking to friends and family and you laugh until you cry.  Good times come and go.

  • CCLC Car Show November 4

    Christian Crossing Lifeline Center will host a “Back in Time Country Day” car show on Saturday, November 4 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the church, located next to Moby Dick. There will be awards for custom, street rod, truck, Chevy, Ford, MOPAR, GMC, motorcycle, foreign, engine, paint, bike, interior and oldest car. In addition, there will be music, corn hole, kid’s games and food available for purchase. For information, contact Marilyn Ulery at 554-2931.

  • CCLC Soup Dinner fundraiser

    Christian Crossing Lifeline Center will have a fundraising soup dinner on Saturday, October 28 from noon until 5 p.m. at the church, located at 668 Taylorsville Road, next door to Moby Dick. There will be soup beans, potato soup, other soups and cornbread. The price is $5 per plate.