Community News

  • ALES career day

    Fort Knox Federal Hodgenville Branch Manager Katie McDowell and Executive Vice President Becky Ates recently spoke to fifth graders at the Abraham Lincoln Elementary School Career Day about their careers, as well as the importance of making good grades and dedicated work in all aspects of life.  They also talked about saving money and the wise use of credit.

  • Hodgenville News

    Thought for the week: Nobody’s perfect, so give yourself credit for everything you’re doing right and be kind to yourself when you struggle.

    I really enjoyed the articles and pictures of the phone exchange to smartphone. I also enjoyed the Nationwide Uniform article. I worked there 35 years ago for three and one-half years.

    I enjoyed this past weekend with my Kyknitwits sisters for our Spring Retreat in Pineville, KY.

  • Community News

    Mitzi Smith Moore, husband Reggie and son CJ was involved in an automobile accident last Friday morning. Everyone was admitted to Hardin Memorial Hospital. Mitzi was admitted to University of Louisville Hospital and had surgery Sunday morning. All went well. She is slowly improving along with husband and son.

    Jimmy Handley was admitted to Hardin Memorial Hospital and returned home last week. Linda Andrews is now a resident at Kensington Manor Nursing Home in Elizabethtown for rehab.

  • Magistrate grows giant turnip
  • Wedding: Davila-Wickstrom

    Katelyn Elizabeth Davila and William Allen Wickstrom were united in marriage on Sunday, March 5, 2017. The private ceremony was held at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home, which allowed the bride’s grandmother to be in attendance. Marty Lee of New Hope Community Church in Elizabethtown officiated.

  • Beagle club trial hunt - March 29, 2017
  • Calendars- March 29, 2017

    Community calendar


    Community Breakfast

    B.R. Young Masonic Lodge will host an all you can eat community breakfast and open house at the Lodge located at 11 Lincoln Square from 8 to 10 a.m Saturday, April 1. A donation of $5 is suggested. All proceeds will go to building restoration . For more information call 270-324-3325.

    Easter Egg hunt at Sunrise

    Sunrise Manor will have an Easter Egg hunt at 2 p.m. on Saturday April 1. Everyone is welcome to attend.

    Lincoln Area Longbeards Banquet

  • Painting LaRue County Rocks
  • Fun with Peter Cottontail
  • Fish tales