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  • Whitlock joins new country band

    Blake Whitlock, former bass singer with the Stamps Quartet, is part of a contemporary country vocal group of young men, 4th and Main, who have been called modern-day Oak Ridge Boys and also a country boy band.

    Two members of the group based in Nashville have local ties. Whitlock is from LaRue County and Chase McDaniel from Greensburg. Randy Austin hails from Dallas and Chris Chavez from Detroit.

  • Community News - Febrary 7, 2018

    Our deepest sympathy goes to the families of Joey Bumgardner and Reverend B.T. Bishop. Joey Bumgardner passed away Monday, January 29 at his residence. He has family and friends in Hodgenville and surrounding area. He was the grandson to the late Reverend Dixon Connor and Egene Conner of Hodgenville. The visitation and Memorial Services were Monday, February 5 at The Brown Funeral Home, Elizabethtown, Kentucky with Reverend Billy Curle and Reverend Frederick Jones officiating.

  • Hodgenville News - February 7, 2018

    Thought for the week: A beautiful face will age and a perfect body will change, but a beautiful soul will always be a beautiful soul.

    Finally heard back from the back doctor. They said there was no concern about small cyst at this time and want to do a repeat MRI of spine in a year. The appointment is already set up. Weather sure has been weird. I am ready for warmer weather for sure.

    Thinking of you wishes go out to Ronnie Booker, Kenneth and Rita Gibson, Billy Duncan, Ronnie Dunn and Jaden Reynolds.

  • News of Record - February 7, 2018

    COURT BRIEFS

    Probable cause was established for the case against Christopher Lee Rucker and his case will be passed on to the LaRue County Grand Jury. He is charged with failure to comply with the sex offender registry.

  • Honor choir
  • Community meeting held for Buffalo Post Office

    The pieces of the puzzle are continuing to come together for the community of Buffalo as they are one step closer to having a post office once again.

    The U.S. Postal Service held a community meeting to provide those in attendance with an update in the process and also see if there were other feasible options for the post office.

  • Y-club meets Commissioner Quarles
  • Lincoln the athlete

    On Sunday, February 4, the Lincoln Museum opened a special, temporary exhibit focusing on Abraham Lincoln’s life as an athlete as part of the Hometown Teams Exhibit on display now in the Community Room in downtown Hodgenville.

    “Lincoln: The Athlete” featured materials from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the Library of Congress, the Lincoln Days Art Collection, the Lincoln Museum library, and research gathered from Lincoln scholars across the nation.

  • Spinning History

    Sandi Coy of New Haven fell in love with the art of spinning when she was a teenager and never stopped. One of the newest volunteers at the Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park, Coy shares her love of history and fiber arts with guests at the Visitor Center. The LaRue County Herald News recently caught up with Sandi to ask about pioneer skills, socks and what it takes to just keep spinning.

    LCHN: How long have you been volunteering at the park and what made you decide you wanted to do this?

  • 2018 Homecoming Court