Local News

  • News of Record

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the LaRue County Clerk’s Office in Hodgenville.

    Quitclaim Deed Larry Wright to Larry Wright and Barbara Ann Wright, property Kennedy Road, FMV $75,000.

    Randy L. Price and Angela D. Price to Henry Warren and Theresa Warren, property in White City Subdivision, $26,000.

    Larry Meeks to Kevin L. Kimbel and Angelia Kimbel, property on Campbellsville Road, $81,000.

    Lanny R. Heath and Stella Joann Heath to Tyler and Evan Enterprises, LLC, property on Hwy 31E, $44,800.

  • Mills elected co-chair of program review panel

    State Representative Terry Mills, who serves in the 24th House District of LaRue, Marion and Green Counties, is now the new co-chairman of the General Assembly’s Program Review and Investigations Committee.

    House Speaker Greg Stumbo called Mills “a great asset to his constituents and to the Commonwealth.  I’m proud to see him take on this responsibility and know he will do an outstanding job as chairman.”

  • Vehicle accident in Magnolia

    A motorcycle driver was very fortunate in a two vehicle accident at the intersection of Mt. Sherman Road and South L and N Turnpike in Magnolia. Authorities say Charles Lafollette, 59, of Buffalo was traveling on Mt. Sherman Road and attempting to turn on to South L and N Turnpike when he pulled out into the path of a motorcycle driven by Richard McIntyre, 47, of Hodgenville. Lafollette was not injured in the accident. McIntyre was not seriously injured and refused treatment at the scene. LaRue County EMS was assisted by the LaRue County Sheriff’s Department.

  • Circle of Friends Relay Team Holds the Record

    Regina Childress, the captain of the Circle of Friends Relay for Life Team from Nationwide Uniform, has seen many Relay for Life events including the venue of the Relay itself. LaRue County’s first several Relays were held at the LCHS football field, then with the new track surface, the ceremony was moved to Hodgenville Elementary School for a few years, and in recent years the event has transitioned to the town square of Hodgenville.

  • City of Hodgenville declares National police week

    The City of Hodgenville designated the week of May 15-21 as Police Week in the city.

    According to an official statement by Hodgenville Mayor Jenny DeVore, the week is designed to salute the service of law enforcement officers in the community and the communities across the nation.

    The proclamation further states that approximately 900,000 law enforcement officers are currently serving in communities across the United States, including members of the Hodgenville police department.

  • SCRTC is May Rotary Guest
  • Two vehicle accident on Hwy 84
  • Wreck on Campbellsville Road near Ball Hollow
  • Wreck on Cissal Hill
  • LCHS graduation is Friday

    The graduation ceremony for the 57th graduating class of LaRue County High School will be held May 27 at 8 p.m. at the LaRue County High School in Hodgenville.

    Some 153 seniors are expected to receive their diplomas during the commencement exercises. The ceremony is scheduled to take place at the LCHS football field and the gates will not open until 6 p.m.

    LCHS Principal Kyle Goodlett said the event will be moved into the high school gymnasium in case of bad weather.