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Today's News

  • Veterans Day program at LCHS
  • Pearman Forest receives repairs, maintenence

    The walking trail at Pearman Forest in LaRue County has recently received several repairs and maintenance

    The trail is located in the LaRue County Environmental Education and Research Center on Leafdale Road in Hodgenville. LaRue County Judge-Executive Tommy Turner said the trail was in need of some work. He said they recently had the trail cleared and sprayed to kill the undergrowth and also replaced a rail on a bridge that was damaged after a limb had fallen on it.

  • Risner, Bryant compete in KFB contests
  • Leadership LaRue has Health and Human Service
  • Securing digital documents

    I touched on this subject last year, but in light of our continuing movement to a digital world, some things deem repeating.

    I continually receive digital documents from third-parties that contain sensitive information, which means they contain personal private information that is not for general consumption. If you are using Microsoft Office 2007 or later, these documents can be easily encrypted and password protected against prying eyes.

  • Dreams really do come true

    You’re never too old for the Walt Disney World Resort and you may even bump into Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood along the way.

    Hodgenville residents Linda Wood and Margaret Downs from Signature HealthCARE of Sunrise Manor joined a group of more than 100 Signature HealthCARE elders and caregivers for an unforgettable trip to the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando on November 7-10, as a part of Signature HealthCARE’s Elder Vacation Program.

  • Community News - November 16, 2016

    Carlos Cox has returned from Hardin Memorial Hospital. Rosleen Price has returned home from Sunrise Manor. Dorothy Embree Barnes will be having surgery this Wednesday morning at Hardin Memorial Hospital. Randy Sloan is a resident at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home.

    Mike Mountain passed away Monday, November 14 at Hardin Memorial Hospital. He was the husband to Patricia “Trish” Thurman Mountain of Hodgenville.

  • Homeward Bound

    I travelled back to Rockcastle County last weekend to see my family and help my mom decorate for Christmas.

    I lived in Rockcastle all of my life until I moved up here in June 2015. It’s amazing how time flies by and I have already been here for almost one and one-half years.

  • Homeward Bound

    I travelled back to Rockcastle County last weekend to see my family and help my mom decorate for Christmas.

    I lived in Rockcastle all of my life until I moved up here in June 2015. It’s amazing how time flies by and I have already been here for almost one and one-half years.

  • The Value of Clean Water

    By Terry Mills

    Other than during a rare boil-water advisory, most of us don’t think twice when we turn on the faucet.  We just expect clean and plentiful water to be there.

    For about 95 percent of Kentuckians, that’s exactly what we get each and every day from the 400-plus public and community water systems that serve the commonwealth. These systems meet or exceed health-based standards at an incredible rate of 99.73 percent.