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Today's News

  • Youth soccer registration planned

    LaRue County Youth Soccer will hold another registration for spring league soccer 3-5 p.m. Feb. 14 at the Hodgenville Elementary School gym.

    League fees are $30 and uniforms, if needed, are $20. There will be a late registration fee of $10 and late registrants may not be guaranteed a spot on a team.

    This registration is open for new and returning who played or would have played 8-and-younger and older last fall. Contact B.J. Eads at 325-4430 or Bill Hawkins at 358-2213 for more information.

  • Lady Hawks defeat Grayson

    Sophomore guard Lyndsay Whitlock scored 21 points, leading the LaRue County Lady Hawks to their sixth win in eight games with a 63-62 victory over visiting Grayson County Feb. 2.

    Whitlock also had six rebounds, three rebounds and one steal, while twin sister Valerie Whitlock chipped in with 14 points, three assists, two rebounds and one steal.

    Eighth-grade guard Anna Bowling added 13 points and one assist and freshman guard/forward Shana Zajdel had eight points, four rebounds and three assists.

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  • Hawks continue winning ways over Meade, Green

    Host LaRue County (17-3) built a 20-point lead in the first half and held on for a 63-51 win Feb. 3 over Meade County.

    Senior post Bryan Bault had 22 points, seven rebounds, four steals and one block for the Hawks (16-3), winners of 3-of-4.

    LaRue County senior forward Tyler Hornback just missed a double-double (19 points, nine rebounds) and senior guard Christian Seymour added 11 points, four steals and two assists.

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  • While your power is out...

    What to do about your food if the power goes out

    Info provided by LaRue County Environmental Services

    •    Do not open the refrigerator or freezer.  An unopened refrigerator will keep foods safely cold for about 4 hours.  A full freezer will hold the temperature for approximately 48 hours, 24 hours if it is half full.  If it looks like the power outage will be for more than 2-4 hours, pack refrigerated food items such as milk, dairy products, meats, eggs, and left-overs into a cooler surrounded by ice.

  • Main Street selects interim director

    Celia Creal McDonald was hired as interim Main Street manager last week by the Main Street executive board.

    McDonald, former publisher and editor of The LaRue County Herald News, will work with the committee until May 1 or until a permanent replacement can be hired.

  • Yard sale, soup supper benefit softball team

    Two benefits for the Lady Hawks softball team are set for Feb. 14.

    The team will have a yard sale 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 14 in the LCMS cafeteria. Beginning at noon, you can purchase a 22-gallon bag for $5 and fill it with as many items as possible.

    For more information, call Melissa Enlow at 763-3517.

  • Four-car crash injures three

    Three people were injured in a four-car crash at the intersection of Lincoln Parkway and Lincoln Farm Road Saturday afternoon.

    About 5 p.m., a 2006 Pontiac G-6 driven by Ryan Puckett, 34, of Hodgenville, was traveling south on Lincoln Farm Road, according to Hodgenville City Police. Puckett’s car skidded through the intersection into the path of a 2005 GM 1500 pickup driven by Melany Cundiff, 40, of Campbellsville.

    Puckett’s car then struck a 2003 Pontiac Sunfire, sitting at the traffic light and driven by Kristie Hatfield, 17, of Magnolia.

  • New penny unveiled in honor of Lincoln’s 200th birthday

    The 200th observance of the birth of Hodgenville’s famous native son will be celebrated Feb. 12.

    Abraham Lincoln was born on that day in 1809 in a log cabin on Sinking Spring Farm. The barefoot frontier boy grew up to become our 16th president – a man who became known as the “savior of the union” during a time of turmoil.

  • New penny unveiled in honor of Lincoln's 200th birthday

    The 200th observance of the birth of Hodgenville’s famous native son will be celebrated Feb. 12.

    Abraham Lincoln was born on that day in 1809 in a log cabin on Sinking Spring Farm. The barefoot frontier boy grew up to become our 16th president – a man who became known as the “savior of the union” during a time of turmoil.

  • Birthday party raises funds for childhood cancer research

    Elyssa Hawkins will celebrate her eighth birthday 3-5 p.m. Feb. 7 at the Hodgenville Elementary School gym with a fundraiser for Alex’s Lemonade Stand, a charity that promotes childhood cancer research. The event was rescheduled because of last week's ice storm.

    Family-friendly games include putt-putt golf, foam darts and ring toss. Snacks are also available.

    Magician Dinky Gowen will present a 30-minute illusion show at 4 p.m. Escape artist Jennifer Wheat will also perform.