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  • 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.

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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Plastics manufacturer building plant in E'town

    Landmark News Service

    A new manufacturing industry is headed to Elizabethtown.

    WL Plastics Corp. will open a pipe manufacturing facility next spring, which will create about 40 jobs in management and production, the company announced. The company plans to begin filling those positions in March, according to a news release.

    “It’s good news in a down economy,” said Rick Games, president and COO of the Elizabethtown-Hardin County Industrial Foundation.