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  • News of Record

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the LaRue County Clerk’s Office in Hodgenville.

    Lincoln Natinal Bank to Mickael K. Hornback and Daphne Hornback, property on Kirkpatrick Avenue, $7,250.

    Easement, Woodie Handley to the City of Hodgenville, property with in the city limits, $1.00.

    Paul T. Massie to Lisa M. Janssen, property in Upton, $119,000.

    Phyllis A. Nagle and Mechelle L. Hollis and Scott Hollis to Jesse C. Hornback and Eula Mae Hornback, property in LaRue County, $2,000.

  • Guthrie coming to LaRue

    Congressman Brett Guthrie will be in LaRue County on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, from 5 to 6 p.m. EDT at the Community Room located at 60 Lincoln Square in Hodgenville, KY. Everyone is invited to attend, including the media.

  • 2016 LaRue County Fair - Tractor Pull results

    Unlimited Farm Tractor

    First

    Jamie Compton of Hammonsville

    Second

    Chad Pack of Hodgenville

    Third

    Luke Saunders of Edmonton

    12,500 Farm Stock 10 mph

    First

    Amber Compton of Hammonsville

    Second

    John Bell of Sonora

    Third

    Roy Hornback of Hodgenville

    10,000 Hot Farm

    First

    Laramy Thomas of Scottsburg, Indiana

    Second

    Levi Thomas of Scottsburg, Indiana

    Third

  • 2016 LaRue County Fair - 4-H Rabbit Show results

    Breed Classes

    Zachary Duvall

    Holland Lop:

    Sr. Buck – Blue, Best of Breed and Reserve in Show

    Sr. Buck – Blue

    Dutch:

    Sr. Doe – Blue & Best of Breed

    Alexis Grimes

    Mini Lop:

    Sr. Buck – Blue & Best Opposite Sex of Breed

    Sr. Doe – Blue & Best of Breed

    Sr. Doe – Blue

    Dutch:

    Sr. Buck – Blue & Best Opposite Sex of Breed

    Rex:

    Sr. Buck – Blue & Best of Breed

  • 2016 LaRue County Fair - Premier Sheep Show results

    County Showmanship

    JUNIOR

    Jamie Grimes – First

    Emily Sallee – Second

    INTERMEDIATE

    Abby Sallee – First

    SENIOR

    Alexis Grimes – First

    Open Youth Showmanship

    NOVICE

    Ady Mae Williams – First

    JUNIOR

    Jamie Grimes – First

    Emily Sallee – Second

    INTERMEDIATE

    Wyatt  Acey – First

    Jacob Graves – Second

    Abby Sallee – Third

    SENIOR

  • Accident on New Jackson Highway and Charlie Ragland Road
  • City approves budget

    The City of Hodgenville passed the second reading of their 2016-2017 fiscal budget ordinance at a special called meeting last Thursday.

    All the council members voted in favor of the second reading of the budget, except for council member Bonnie Clark. Council member Woodie Handley was also absent at the meeting.

    The budget shows expected receipts of $3,197,100 against $3,202,100 in appropriations.

  • New weather warning available

    LaRue County Fiscal Court, E-911 and Emergency Management has recently updated its account with Emergency Communications Network, providers of the CodeRED Weather Warning service. This no-charge update will allow message recipients to easily identify calls coming through the systems. Message recipient’s caller ID will read Emergency Communications Network or 866-419-5000 for CodeRED calls. And for Code RED Weather Warning calls, either Emergency Communications Network or the number 800-566-9780 will appear on Caller ID displays.

  • Tradition of hospitality, community

    For almost 100 years a group of dedicated ladies has served LaRue County tirelessly to fulfill their mission: to assist in civic work and cultural developments for a better Hodgenville. The areas of attention included art, conservation, education, health, home life, international and public affairs. With the motto “For all that is good” it’s easy to see that these ladies have certainly left an impact on the community they loved.

  • 2016 GED Graduation held

    LaRue County Schools honored their 2016 GED recipients with a graduation ceremony and reception at the high school Monday evening.

    Connie Goff, director of adult and community education, told the audience of family and friends gathered in the school auditorium that the program surpassed its goal of 15 graduates with a total of 18 obtaining their GEDs, five of them at the learning center and 13 at corrections.