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Today's Features

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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.

  • I recently spent an afternoon with a young man as he was sharing about his search for personal direction. In his attempt to discover what type of life God wants for him, he’s hoping that he will eventually find happiness and contentment. I truly respect anyone (especially a teenager) that is trying to do the right thing and willing to invest the time it takes to search until they find it.

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  • Halloween is one of the anticipated holidays of the year for many people, but if a child suffers from food allergies, it can be downright frightful for them and their parents. You can support children with food allergies and other medical conditions by participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project.

  • There are two categories of garlic to consider:  Allium sativum, or softneck garlic and Allium ophioscordon, or hardneck garlic.   Softneck garlic is the easiest and most widely cultivated because the bulbs are large and the cloves and skin are tight, which prevent moisture loss and allows for longer storage.  

  • Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles announced today that the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA) has opened the application period for Kentuckians wishing to participate in the state’s industrial hemp research pilot program for the 2018 growing season.

  • Spencer County Elementary School has released their honor roll for the first nine-week grading period.

    Third Grade All A Honor Roll