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Today's Features

  • The Hodgenville Main Street/Renaissance Association Inc. announces the following officers for the 2010-11 year: President Kenny Rambo; Vice President Anita Laha; Treasurer Paula Gearon; Secretary David Harrison; Past President Larry Davis. New board members voted in at last week’s annual meeting of the board of directors include Kenny Rambo, Curtis Jackson and Bill Gehr. Megan Smith joins the board as a youth member.

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  • Frazier International History Museum, Louisville, added three Lincoln documents to its collection last week.

    The museum paid $32,000 at auction for documents that show how Mary Todd Lincoln was found insane during a public trial (with an all-male jury) in 1875 and committed to a private asylum in Batavia, Ill.

    The trial was instigated by the former First Lady’s son, Robert Todd Lincoln, after she tried to purchase poison from pharmacists in Chicago.

  • Linda Ireland, editor of The LaRue County Herald News, was honored by her peers in the 2009 LCNI editorial contest.

    In the weekly category for newspapers, Ireland placed second in Best Photo Page Layout for her work during 2009 Lincoln Days, Relay for Life and the ice storm.

    The contest was judged by journalists from the Greensboro News & Record.

  • Residents may notice some changes upon paying a visit to the Hodgenville Post Office.

    The Post Office has altered its collection and sorting processes. Now, all mail – local and out of town – that comes into the post office will be sent to Louisville and sorted. The local mail will be sent back to LaRue County for delivery.

    The post office’s mail boxes will no longer be marked “local” or “out of town.” All boxes are now marked “mixed.”

  • Residents may notice some changes upon paying a visit to the Hodgenville Post Office.

    The Post Office has altered its collection and sorting processes. Now, all mail – local and out of town – that comes into the post office will be sent to Louisville and sorted. The local mail will be sent back to LaRue County for delivery.

    The post office’s mail boxes will no longer be marked “local” or “out of town.” All boxes are now marked “mixed.”

  • Residents may notice some changes upon paying a visit to the Hodgenville Post Office.

    The Post Office has altered its collection and sorting processes. Now, all mail – local and out of town – that comes into the post office will be sent to Louisville and sorted. The local mail will be sent back to LaRue County for delivery.

    The post office’s mail boxes will no longer be marked “local” or “out of town.” All boxes are now marked “mixed.”

  • Based on your financial personality, there is at least one budget that should work for you. However, some budgeters are likely to retire with enough money, while others are likely to always have to deal with financial emergencies. Continuing from last week, here is another budget personality.

  • Research shows that rollover protective structures, when used in combination with a seatbelt, are 98 percent effective in preventing death and serious injury in the event of a tractor overturn. Nevertheless, more than a third of tractors in use today – and perhaps as many as 50 percent in Kentucky – still do not have these lifesaving structures.

  • Research shows that rollover protective structures, when used in combination with a seatbelt, are 98 percent effective in preventing death and serious injury in the event of a tractor overturn. Nevertheless, more than a third of tractors in use today – and perhaps as many as 50 percent in Kentucky – still do not have these lifesaving structures.

  • Research shows that rollover protective structures, when used in combination with a seatbelt, are 98 percent effective in preventing death and serious injury in the event of a tractor overturn. Nevertheless, more than a third of tractors in use today – and perhaps as many as 50 percent in Kentucky – still do not have these lifesaving structures.