Today's Features

  • Bobby Cox had surgery last week at Hardin Memorial Hospital and he is doing well. He remains a patient until he’s admitted to rehab. Carlos Cox had outpatient surgery recently and he’s doing fairly well.

    Saturday, September 19 will be a chili supper at 5 p.m. and there will be an auction for Bobbi Jane Wortham Curle at 6 p.m. This event will be held at White Mills Baptist Church. Let’s support this worthy cause and keep the Wortham and Curle Families in our prayers.

  • Farmer Propane Plus of Munfordville, recently celebrated their customer appreciation day with a free propane giveaway. On September 1, the winners of a 100 gallons of free propane were announced. The lucky winners were Gary Marsh and Linda Sloan.

  • Freedom Angels Relay team

    Freedom Angels Relay team will hold a fundraiser at Mr. Gatti’s in Elizabethtown all day on September 17. Pick up a coupon at the counter or see Rosetta Lafallotte. For more information email lrosie57@aol.com

    LCHS cheerleaders BBQ chicken dinner

  • Senior Citizens music

    The LaRue County Senior Citizens Center in Hodgenville has music beginning at 6:30 p.m. every Saturday. Musicians and singers are welcome. For more information call 270-358-4311 or email Viola Riggs at viola47@windstream.net.

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  • Mike and Rachel (Taylor) Reed of Winchester will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house on September 20 from 2 to 5 p.m. at Hollyrood. The reception will be hosted by their children Chris and Josh Reed.

    They were married September 17, 1965 at Magnolia Baptist Church in LaRue County by Rev. Richard Shields.

  • LaRue County Class of 1985 will be having a 30 year reunion, October 17 at Arrowhead BBQ located at  195 Lee Oak Drive, Hodgenville from 6-11 p.m. The cost is $20 per person; this includes the meal. Money can be mailed to Diana Sadler Cottrell, 2935 Parker Grove Road, Magnolia, KY 42757 or Melanie Skaggs Read, 1540 Parker Grove Road, Magnolia, KY 42757 by October 1. For more information call 270-324-3917..

  • In the September 2 issue of The LaRue County Herald News Lost in LaRue featured a picture of an abandoned house on Goodin Williams Road. Since then the picture has stirred quite a bit of interest.

    Velma Wells contacted the Herald to share information and some of her memories about the house that was pictured.

  • LaRue County attorney, noted Lincoln scholar and historian, and vintage postcard collector Carl Howell in his latest book, Kentucky in the early 1900s: A Postcard Tribute, has produced a full-color 200-page volume that offers readers a written and pictorial look at Kentucky as it was over 100 years ago.

  • In conjunction with National Preparedness Month, Gov. Steve Beshear proclaimed September as Preparedness Month in Kentucky.

    Partnering with Kentucky Emergency Management, LaRue County Emergency Management urge Kentuckians to “BE AWARE – BE PREPARED – HAVE A PLAN.”