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  • LCS educators continue to rally

    LaRue County Schools educators and supporters continued to rally last week as the state budget and pension continue to move through the state legislature.

    Approximately fifty educators and supporters rallied at the end of the school day on Tuesday, March 27. The group held signs and participated in chants at the LaRue County High School and on the square in downtown Hodgenville.

  • Raleigh named LCS Superintendent

     The LaRue County School Board selected David Raleigh as the new superintendent for LaRue County Schools.

    The board officially approved and announced Raleigh as the new superintendent in front of large crowd at an open special called meeting at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 29. He was chosen out of four candidates and the names of the three other candidates have not been released. According to Board Chair Dawn Conner, the board chose the Kentucky Department of Education recommendation to not release the names of the candidates.

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  • Decisions, decisions: Alcohol special election set for April 17

    In less than a month, Hodgenville city registered voters will head to the polls for a special election to determine if alcohol can be sold in restaurants or businesses within the city limits of Hodgenville.

    Only registered voters in the city limits of Hodgenville in the following precincts are eligible to vote: Hodgenville West, Hodgenville and Hodgenville East.

    The sole question on the ballot to be answered is “Are you in favor of the sale of alcoholic beverages in the City of Hodgenville?” YES or NO

  • Remembering a brother

    A small group gathered Friday afternoon on the corner of Highway 1607 and Goodin Williams Road for a simple ceremony, filled with significance. Part public works project, part family reunion, the short dedication marked a sign of recognition and a road to remembrance for a fallen brother.

    Unveiled last week, the new sign erected by the Vietnam Veterans of America honors Spec. 4th Class Carl D. Cooper of Hodgenville, who died while serving in 1970. The sign is the first in a project planning to honor fallen veterans across LaRue, Hardin, Grayson and Meade Counties.

  • Buffalo Post Office reopening soon

    The United States Postal Office recently announced they have found a site for a new post office in Buffalo.

    According to a USPS news release, the new post office in Buffalo will be located at the Hutcherson Auto Sales building at 2159 Greensburg Road.

  • LCS employees rally for pension, budget

    Employees of LaRue County Schools have planned several activities this week to rally in support of public education with the pending state budget and pension discussions in Frankfort.

  • Six indicted by Grand Jury

    The LaRue County Grand Jury handed down six indictments on Monday, March 19 that mostly consisted of drug charges.

    Rebecca McDaniel, 29, of Sonora was indicted for first degree possession of a controlled substance, failure to maintain the required insurance, failure to notify the transportation department of an address change, failure to produce an insurance card and careless driving. The alleged acts occurred on December 31, 2017 during a traffic stop. Her bail was set at $9,500 cash and she will be arraigned on April 2 in LaRue County Circuit Court.

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