Today's Features

  • Gowen Production’s 21st annual Kid’s Day Christmas Show is Sunday, December 20 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the LaRue County Parks and Recreation center in Hodgenville.

    The free event will feature local magician Dinky Gowen and several other members of his crew including Adrienne Phoenix, Damien Michael, Helen Williams, Jayden Gowen and Aries Skyefox. The show will feature a wide variety of tricks including fire eating, escapes, door prizes and other characters including Santa Claus.

    For more information call 270-769-8165. 

  • A book was recently released to the public about the history of LaRue County during the American Civil War.

    Local author Steven L Wright wrote his book “A History of LaRue County, KY in the Civil War” about the actual events that occurred in and around LaRue County during the Civil War and how they affected the residents of LaRue County. The book features several chapters specific to LaRue County including Camp Wickliffe, guerrilla raids, murder of Union soldier Thomas Franklin Crady, the burning of the LaRue County Courthouse and much more.

  • Hodgenville City Hall

    The offices of the Hodgenville City Hall have the following holiday office schedule. City Hall will be open from 8 a.m. until noon, Wednesday, December 23 and will be closed December 24 and 25. City Hall will be opened 8 a.m. until noon Wednesday December 30 and closed December 31 and January 1.

    LaRue County Public Library

  • Senior Dance

    A dance will be held at 7-10 p.m. Friday December 18 at the LaRue Senior Center on Walters Avenue and Water Street in Hodgenville. Music will feature the Prime Time Band. For more information contact Jim Walters 270-737-5655 Cell 270-766-4437 jmarwalt@comcast.net

    New Year’s Eve Potluck Dinner and Dance

  • Relay for Life – Becky’s Team

    Becky’s Team will be selling chances on a one hour massage from N Touch Massage & Salon in Elizabethtown for $5 each. For more information call Kathy Ross at 270-234-3309.

    Relay for Life – Living Strong

    The Relay for Life – Living Strong is having an Adopt-A-Relay Pig fundraiser where contestants can win a prize for the heaviest, most traveled, biggest bucks or best decorated plastic purple pig with relay donations. For more information call Kathy Ross at 270-234-3309.

  • Thought for the week: Start this week with a positive outlook and a smile on your face!

  • Julia Cox remains a patient at Hardin Memorial Hospital. Also, Greg Cobb and Ronnie Powell had surgery last week. Greg is at home improving and Ronnie is improving slowly as well. Our deepest sympathy goes to the family of Harold Kenneth Doty who passed away last week. His funeral was last Saturday morning at Bennett & Bertram Funeral Home and he was buried at the Hubbard Cemetery. He was the brother to Joan Doty Shipp of Hodgenville and the father to Kenneth, Keith and Kirby Doty.

  • Rolling Fork Christian Church

    Rolling Fork Christian Church will be hosting a live nativity scene on Friday, December 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. The live nativity scene will contain live animals and people portraying the birth scene of Christ. For more information contact Brother Tim Underhill at 502-827-3061.

    Wesley Meadows United Methodist Women