.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Local News

  • Trial date set in shooting death

    Nelson Circuit Court set May 24 as the trial date for the man charged with murder in the shooting death of Hodgenville resident Donald C. Marshall.

    Kenneth Craig “Sprout” Mattingly, 33, pleaded not guilty to two counts tampering with physical evidence and complicity to the same and one count each of murder and complicity to the same, possession of marijuana and complicity to the same, and possession of drug paraphernalia and complicity to the same.

  • Hodgenville offers Santa and a movie Saturday

    Santa returns to Hodgenville Saturday, Dec. 19, as the city continues its holiday celebration.

    The afternoon kicks off at 2 p.m. with a free showing of “A Christmas Story,” the classic tale of young Ralphie and his quest for an Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle.

    Remember: “You’ll shoot your eye out, kid”?

  • Winter weather advisory just east of LaRue

    The National Weather Service's winter weather advisory issued Friday included LaRue County on the storm front's western edge. After overnight conditions delivered light rain only, the alert area was reduced and LaRue now remains outside the advisory.

    Some snow is still possible today and hazardous road conditions could develop.

    The rain mixed with snow is expected to change to all snow around 7 tpnight, according to the latest forecast. The Weather Service now expects less than a half inch in the Hodgenville area.

  • Clarkson man recovering from crash

    A Clarkson man is recovering from a single vehicle crash that occurred within Hodgenville city limits Dec. 7.

    Charles D. Hill, 54, of River Road, was driving a 1996 Oldsmobile north on East High Street near the intersection of East Main Street when his vehicle struck a tree.

    Hill told Lt. Steve Johnson of Hodgenville City Police he “must have passed out because he didn’t remember anything until after he hit the tree.”

  • Clarkson man recovering from crash

    A Clarkson man is recovering from a single vehicle crash that occurred within Hodgenville city limits Dec. 7.

    Charles D. Hill, 54, of River Road, was driving a 1996 Oldsmobile north on East High Street near the intersection of East Main Street when his vehicle struck a tree.

    Hill told Lt. Steve Johnson of Hodgenville City Police he “must have passed out because he didn’t remember anything until after he hit the tree.”

  • Clarkson man recovering from crash

    A Clarkson man is recovering from a single vehicle crash that occurred within Hodgenville city limits Dec. 7.

    Charles D. Hill, 54, of River Road, was driving a 1996 Oldsmobile north on East High Street near the intersection of East Main Street when his vehicle struck a tree.

    Hill told Lt. Steve Johnson of Hodgenville City Police he “must have passed out because he didn’t remember anything until after he hit the tree.”

  • Community H1N1 clinic scheduled today

    A free H1N1 influenza vaccination clinic will be available Thursday in LaRue County.

    The clinic will be open to anyone who wants the vaccine – not just the targeted populations, according to Linda Sims, director of Lincoln Trail District Health Department.

  • CU-Hodgenville shares Santa lessons Friday

    Campbellsville University will offer a workshop “The Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus” 9-10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 18, at the Campbellsville University Brockman Center, 813 Old Elizabethtown Road, Hodgenville.

    The workshop will help you learn how to “get big things done in your ‘workshop’ all year long,” according to Carol Sullivan, director of the Campbellsville University Technology Training Center, which is holding the workshop.

  • EMS deals with loss of equipment

    <

  • Chamber holds luncheon at noon today

    The LaRue County Chamber of Commerce will holds its December luncheon meeting at noon Wednesday, Dec. 16, in the Lincoln Museum Community Room on the square.

    Dr. Tom Davenport of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College will be the guest speaker. He plans to discuss the leadership secrets of Santa Claus. Davenport is dean of workplace solutions and continuing education at the college. He also serves on the LaRue chamber's board of directors.

    Rita Williams, executive director of the chamber, will sponsor the monthly luncheon.