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  • Lincoln Days float winners

    The award winning floats of the Lincoln Days Parade.

  • Lincoln Days art contest winners

    Lincoln Days Art Contest Winners sponsored by The Lincoln Museum.

    Wes Kendall, Lincoln Division, first, “Gettysburg Prose”, Janet Gream, Lincoln Division, second, “Knob Creek”, Carl McKinley, Open Division, first, “Kentucky Horse Farm”, Theresa Shelton, Open Division, second, “Grain Bin at Irvington”. Martha Hollenback, Open Division, honorable mention “Wind in the Trees”.

    Burrows named People’s Choice winner

  • Lincoln contest winners announced

    Abraham Lincoln Lookalike

    First – Larry Elliott

    Second – Jim Rubin

    Third – Whit McMahan

    Lincoln Oratory Contest

    First – Nicholas Bur

    Second – David Kreutz

    Third – Jim Rubin

    Mary Todd Lookalike

    First – Betty Mansfield

    Second – Mary Elliott

    Third – Debbie Grise

  • Lincoln contest winners announced

    Abraham Lincoln Lookalike

    First – Larry Elliott

    Second – Jim Rubin

    Third – Whit McMahan

    Lincoln Oratory Contest

    First – Nicholas Bur

    Second – David Kreutz

    Third – Jim Rubin

    Mary Todd Lookalike

    First – Betty Mansfield

    Second – Mary Elliott

    Third – Debbie Grise

  • Lincoln contest winners announced

    Abraham Lincoln Lookalike

    First – Larry Elliott

    Second – Jim Rubin

    Third – Whit McMahan

    Lincoln Oratory Contest

    First – Nicholas Bur

    Second – David Kreutz

    Third – Jim Rubin

    Mary Todd Lookalike

    First – Betty Mansfield

    Second – Mary Elliott

    Third – Debbie Grise

  • Adair is grand champion of Lincoln Days Invitational

    Adair County earned the grand champion title in the annual Lincoln Days Invitational marching band competition held Saturday at LaRue County High School.

    The competition attracted 16 bands with the top eight performances from the preliminaries advancing to the final round in the evening. Six judges ranked the bands based on music, music effect, visual and visual effect to provide an overall score.

  • TORNADO WARNING ISSUED

    A tornado warning has been issued for LaRue County. The warning lasts until 5 a.m.

    A severe storm carrying winds in excess of 50 mph is passing through the area. It is bringing heavy rain and the potential for flooding as well.

    The National Weather Service issued the storm warning based on dangers indicated by weather radars. The greatest threat at present is for southern portions of the county but all of LaRue is covered by the warning.

    Residents are urged to take shelter.

  • Registration for Veterans Day Parade due Friday

    Hodgenville will celebrate Veterans Day with a parade “Patriotic Pride: A Salute to Veterans,” at 2 p.m. Nov. 8, sponsored by The American Legion Post 87. 

    The LaRue County Herald News is helping coordinate this event.

    All veterans, civic groups, school organizations, churches are invited to participate in the parade.

    Call 270-358-3118 or e-mail circulation@kvnet.org or isbellheraldnews@kvnet.org to register by Oct. 9.

    A program and reception will follow the parade at Hodgenville Civic Center.

  • Deputies nab smuggled contraband

    Four people were charged with promoting contraband in the LaRue County jail over the weekend.

    In separate instances, the LaRue County Sheriff’s Department confiscated cell phones, drugs and tobacco before they were introduced to the jail.

    Friday evening, the LaRue County Sheriff’s Department received a tip that a “weekender” inmate might attempt to introduce contraband into the jail.

  • Remembering Lincoln Days 2009

    The crowds poured into Hodgenville for the annual Lincoln Days weekend celebration.

    As always, the 16th president who was born in LaRue County was well represented by lookalikes, art work and images.

    The Herald News print edition Wednesday will commemorate the event with four pages of bonus coverage. It will be packed with dozens of full color photographs and be printed on a higher-quality paper that makes this annual edition a keepsake for many.

    All subscribers will receive a copy. It will be on sale at local retailers Wednesday.