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Community News

  • Buffalo Post Office deals with spiders

    The Buffalo Post Office is temporarily closed while the facility is treated for recluse spiders.

    In the meantime, Post Office box customers can pick up their mail at the Hodgenville Post Office, 102 S. Walters St., in Hodgenville between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m. to noon Saturday.  

    Retail services are also available at these locations:  

    Magnolia Post Office, 4900 South L&N Turnpike, 7-11:30 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday (closed for lunch, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.); 7-10:30 a.m. Saturday.

  • Swimming pool now open

    The LaRue County Park and Recreation swimming pool opened Thursday, July 4, according to Hodgenville Mayor Terry Cruse.

    The city-owned pool was to open last week but health inspectors suggested new grates be installed at the bottom of the pool.

    The grates were replaced Friday; however, the final inspection was not held in time for the pool to be opened on the weekend.

  • Slinging dirt at the Fair
  • Community Calendar

    Library offers free books
    The LaRue County Public Library, 201 S. Lincoln Blvd., Hodgenville, is giving away a variety of discarded books.

    Volunteers needed for Hosparus
    Hosparus of Central Kentucky is looking for volunteers to make lap quilts (about 3’X4’) for patients as part of the CARE blanket program. Quilted, crocheted, knitted or fleece tie blankets are welcome. Contact Annette Jones at 737-6300, 1-800-686-9577 or ajones@hosparus.org for more information.

  • Summer Reading Program offers scholarships

    The Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives as well as the Kentucky Education Savings Plan Trust are teaming up this year to award eight children in Kentucky each a $1,000 scholarship through this year’s Summer Reading Program.

    “We Dig Summer Reading and Saving for College” will be available at participating libraries – including LaRue County – across the state.

    All entries for the scholarships must be postmarked by Aug. 16 and received by Aug. 23.

  • Where's Waldo? Maybe at The Herald News

    Waldo, the sneaky little guy in big glasses and a red and white striped shirt, turns 25 this year.

    Lincoln’s Loft Bookstore in Hodgenville will be hosting a “Where’s Waldo?” Scavenger Hunt event in July.

    It’s your mission to find Waldo at participating businesses.

  • Senior Activities - July 3, 2013

     Prime Time Band to perform

  • Stephens honored by Chamber

     LaRue County Chamber of Commerce President Elect Kenny Rambo presents current Chamber President Pam Stephens with a service plaque for her service to the Chamber this past year.

  • Optometrists attend Educational Congress

     Dr. David Woody and Dr. Lisa Sloan Woody, optometrists with Bardstown Eye Care Center, attended the Kentucky Optometric Association’s 111th Annual Spring Educational Congress in April at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Lexington. 

    They attended lectures on the latest updates in eye care and disease. The conference also included an exhibit hall featuring the latest products and services. 

    The Woodys reside with their son, Matthew Thomas, in Bardstown, where they both began practicing optometry in 1993.

  • Magnolia High School Class of 1950

     Magnolia High School Class of 1950 held a reunion May 9, 2013, at Decades Restaurant in Magnolia. Front from left, Mary Lou and Clifford Owen, Norman Rock, W.A. “Doc” Rock; back, Grover and Frances Close, Audrey “Diddle” McCubbins, Kenneth Milby, Martha and Cleo Owen, Juanita Shelton and Charline Akins. The group toured the old Magnolia Elementary School gym and reminisced about their basketball coach, Lawrence Reed.