Local News

  • Bowling Green teen injured in rollover

     Mitchell Frank Davis, 17, of Bowling Green, was injured Friday afternoon when the Ford Ranger he was driving overturned on Ky. 84 near the intersection with Spratt Road. Davis suffered head injuries and was flown to University Hospital in Louisville by Air Methods. He was treated and released, according to Kentucky State Trooper Dennis Oldham who investigated the crash. Davis was wearing a seatbelt.

  • PHOTO: Water line break on Shepherdsville Road

     City workers repaired a water line break on Shepherdsville Road Friday. Several businesses and homes north of Hodgenville were affected by a boil water advisory. The advisory was lifted Saturday.

  • Two injured in Buffalo wreck

     Two people were injured following a collision Wednesday afternoon in Buffalo. 

  • Goodtime Cruisers have first cruise-in Saturday

     The Goodtime Cruisers car club will return to Lincoln Square Saturday evening for the year’s first classic car cruise-in.

  • Buffalo gym worth more than $1 to parishioners

    Though it has been years since the sound of basketballs bouncing in Buffalo school gym has been heard, that will soon change as renovation of the historic structure is underway.
    Buffalo Baptist Church is the new owner of the building and the land upon which it sits.

  • South Fork volunteers ready 'The Connection'

     South Fork Baptist Church is making a connection in Hodgenville in a building at 512 S. Lincoln Blvd. and on an adjacent, newly constructed soccer field.

  • Truitt remembered for vision, tenacity

    Former Hodgenville Mayor and LaRue County Schools Superintendent Roger L. Truitt died Friday, April 13, while on vacation in North Carolina.
    Truitt, 72, had spent the day fishing and playing on the beach with his family. He suffered a massive heart attack that evening at their motel, according to his wife, Ann.
    His family called 911 and paramedics revived him. However, he later died at Avon Medical Center.

  • Boil water advisory lifted

    The boil water advisory issued Friday by the City of Hodgenville was lifted Saturday, according to Hodgenville City Hall.

    The advisory affected areas on Old Elizabethtown Road: Magnolia Bank to Pizza Hut, including Sunrise Manor Nursing Home; and Shepherdsville Road area to Nationwide Uniform also is included. 

    For more information, contact City Hall at 358-8717.

  • Storm victims: Stay in touch with FEMA

    “Stay in touch with FEMA” is the message federal and state officials here are stressing to Kentuckians affected by the recent tornadoes. Applicants need to stay in touch with the Federal Emergency Management Agency <http://globalmessaging2.prnewswire.com/clickthrough/servlet/clickthrough?msg_id=7152420&adr_order=393&url=aHR0cDovL3d3dy5mZW1hLmdvdi8%3D> and update their contact information as it changes.


     The City of Hodgenville issued a boil water advisory at 11 a.m. Friday for the following areas on Old Elizabethtown Road: Magnolia Bank to Pizza Hut, including Sunrise Manor Nursing Home