Around Knox

  • Diversity Fair scheduled Oct. 1 at Pritchard Center

    Diverse suppliers—minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned and differently-abled—interested in receiving opportunities with the Kentucky Community and Technical College System and the University of Kentucky are invited to exhibit and attend the KCTCS/UK Supplier Diversity Fair to be held Oct. 1, from 2-5 p.m. at the Pritchard Community Center in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.

  • Lincoln Trail Youth Leadership announces Youth Leaders of the Year

    Based upon biographic information, leadership positions, academics, essay and personal interviews, two students were recently selected to represent the Lincoln Trail Youth Salute Program. Tyler Jackson, Meade County High School is the son of Bret and Denice Jackson of Brandenburg. Tyler is on the school newspaper staff, plays in the band, is a member of the National Honor Society, plays football and tennis and is the vice-president of HOSA.

  • Battling suicide with support, reinforcement, a plan

    Suicide has become a formidable enemy that is waging war against our Soldiers and their Families. This enemy has little regard for age, gender, race or socio-economic status. It destroys over 970,000 years of life annually, in the U.S., if its casualties had lived to the age of 75. Suicide now out numbers homicides in our country by twice the amount.

  • 14 years later, 9/11 remembered

    “We will not falter, we will not fail,” said President George W. Bush after the 9/11 attacks. Friday marked the 14th anniversary of the worst terrorist actions on U.S. soil.

  • Be encouraged, God loves us, will prove presence in our lives

    The Bible tells us that God loves us—each of us. His love is not comparable to human love, it is authentic, unconditional love that overwhelms us when God intervenes in our lives. God intervenes in all of our lives, beckoning us to realize He loves us and inviting us to receive his love into our lives. We never know when or where
    the intervention will come. Abraham was sitting at home. Moses was running from justice and was out in the wilderness. Isaiah was praying during a worship service. Peter was fishing. Matthew was at work. The woman caught in adultery was, well, caught in adultery and about to be stoned. God intervened and invited each of them to receive his love and his truth into their lives.

  • USDA program provides affordable money for repairs

    Some say the electric feeling of buying and moving into your own home never wears off. When you own the floors you’re standing on, the walls surrounding you and the roof over your head, you also own great satisfaction from the hard work that resulted in your home becoming yours.

  • AAFES schedules fee-free holiday layaway through Dec. 24

    Fort Knox Army and Air Force Exchange is bringing back fee-free layaway, just in time for early holiday shopping. The layaway program ensures military shoppers have plenty of time to pay for gifts.

  • IT’S THE LAW - Five things might play role in appeal success, failure

    The evaluation reports officers and noncommissioned officers receive can be crucial to career progression, or even being permitted to stay in the Army. Because of the importance of these reports, Soldiers often want to know what they can do when they receive a negative report.

  • Are you in ‘hot pursuit’ of peace in Christ?

    When I was young I can remember vividly a popular television show I watched that involved a couple of “good old boys” driving a hot rod and being chased by the local police officer. The local police officer would see the hot rod speed by his cruiser and respond by exclaiming, “hot pursuit.”


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