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  • News of Record - August 12, 2015

    Property Transfers

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

    Timothy T. Houts to David A. Burba and Lorrie T. Burba, property in Upton, $36,354.

    George Gilpin on behalf of Mary Elizabeth Gilpin as Successor Trustee to Kenneth Young Skaggs and Ruby L. Skaggs, property in Hodgenville, $75,900.

    Joseph R. Cox and Deborah J. Cox to James A. LaRue and Iris. S. LaRue, property in Hodgenville, $45,000.

  • News of Record - Inspections - August 12, 2105

    The following food sanitation inspections were conducted by the LaRue County Health Center.

    Abraham Lincoln Elementary, 2101 Lincoln Farm Rd., Hodgenville, March 4, 96, garbage machine spewing waste product onto floor. Follow up score, 100.

    Arrowhead Archery and BBQ, 195 Lee Oak Dr., Hodgenville, Feb. 24, 95, thermometer missing in refrigerator, inside of microwave unclean, miscellaneous items in food service area.

    Bullfrogs & Butterflies CDC, 623 Tanner Road, Hodgenville, May 27, 100.

  • LaRue County ECTC Students Win Top Medals

    Several Elizabethtown Community and Technical College students from LaRue County won national recognition at the SkillsUSA national competition in Louisville, Kentucky this summer. The competition brings the nation’s best students in their respective fields together for a strenuous and high level competition.

  • Town Hall meeting with Guthrie, August 12

    Congressman Brett Guthrie will meet with LaRue Countians at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 12 at Paula’s Hot Biscuit in Hodgenville. 

    The town hall meeting is a part of Congressman Guthrie’s “Conversations with your Congressman” as he travels through all 21 counties in Kentucky’s Second District.  Those in attendance can speak with Congressman Guthrie and have the opportunity to ask questions. Everyone is invited to attend the free event.

  • State database lists lost horses

    Kentuckians whose horses have gone missing can search for them on the Internet using a new database created by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.

    The state veterinarian’s office has launched a Stray or Abandoned Equine Database where people can browse listings of horses that have been found and are being kept and cared for until their owners can claim them.

  • IGA powerline down
  • Accident on Lincoln Parkway - August 5

    Michelle Fisherman of Hodgenville was involved in a single vehicle wreck while travelling southbound on Lincoln Parkway (KY 61) Friday July 31.

  • Rock truck overturns on Hwy 84
  • Wet roads cause wreck
  • Summer safety reminders

    With summer underway and temperatures rising, everyone is heading outdoors for some fun in the sun. However, it is important to remember some basic safety guidelines to protect our families. Extra attention should be paid to those who are especially susceptible to heat, including young children, the elderly, and those with health conditions such as asthma or high blood pressure. With common sense and the following precautions, families can remain safe and comfortable all summer long.