Local News

  • Springing into Winter

    Winter returned to LaRue County Monday, covering the local landscape in a blanket of white snow.

     Dennis Wells, LaRue County Emergency Management Director estimated the county received four to five inches of snowfall Sunday night in what he called a “normal snow event.”

    LaRue County Schools and Hardin County Schools were closed Monday due to road conditions.

  • Rotary News
  • Sunrise Manor News

    Sunrise Manor will have a gospel concert at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 17 by the Revelators Quartet from Elizabethtown. The concert will take place in the first floor dining room.

    The Revelators have been singing in the regional area and statewide since the 1980s. They recently took time off to pursue their careers and spend time raising their families. However, a little over two years ago they got back together and are now performing in churches and events in central Kentucky. Everyone is invited to attend the free concert.


  • Fundraising Calendar - March 14, 2018


    Living Strong

     A Cruisin’ for a Cure Bike Event will be held Saturday, March 24 at First Baptist Church. Check-in begins at 9 a.m. and the race begins at 10 a.m. Advanced registration encouraged with all proceeds going to Relay for Life. For more details, contact Kathy Ross at 270-234-3309.

    Mission of Hope

  • Community Calendar - March 14, 2018


    Reniassance Recycling

    The Reniassance Recycling Center in Hodgenville will resume their normal curb-side service on Thursday, March 15.

    LACE nominations

  • Library quilt raffle
  • Cooking Corner

    Meat and Potato Supper

    4 large potatoes (peeled and sliced)

    1 pound hamburger (browned and drained)

    Sliced green peppers

    1 can (28 Oz) chopped tomatoes

    Layer above ingredients in order given. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

  • Embry hearing scheduled for Friday, March 16

    A hearing is scheduled at 9 a.m. on Friday, March 16 in LaRue County District Court for Jane Embry.

    Embry was scheduled to be sentenced for 100 counts of animal cruelty on February 21, 2018. However, Jane Embry’s lawyer, Robert Fredrick Smith, filed a motion that asked for a mistrial claiming that the jury’s verdict was tainted just moments prior to sentencing.

  • News of Record - March 14, 2018


    Hunter T. Boddy was arraigned for first degree criminal mischief.

    Nathan Bottoms was arraigned for complicity to receiving stolen property under $10,000, complicity to leaving the scene of an accident with failure to render aid or assistance, complicity to second degree criminal trespassing and second degree persistent felony offender.

    Elliot T. Ernstring was arraigned for second degree assault and first degree persistent felony offender.

  • It’s official: Burger King Coming coming to Hodgenville

    Speculation has turned into reality as JPL Management of Elizabethtown has made official and announced it will soon open and operate a Burger King restaurant in Hodgenville.

    The site of the new restaurant will be at 926 South Lincoln Blvd, Hodgenville which has been the location of Smoketown II for over 14 years. Smoketown recently relocated to Shawnee Drive in Hodgenville in the same strip mall location as Cut Above, Steve’s Classic Guns and Blades, Nail Art, The LaRue County Herald News and Papa John’s.