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Today's News

  • Faith key to longevity of local company

    LaRue County is known for many things, Abraham Lincoln being the most obvious.

    But there’s one company who has put LaRue County on the map in an almost unexpected industry through their hard work, dedication and faith.

    Cumberland Products began in December of 1991 when Wayne Moore was inspired to start up his own business.

  • Fiscal Court increases conservation budget

    LaRue County Fiscal Court authorized an $8,000 increase to this year’s LaRue Soil Conservation District budget request to pay for up front costs for bale wrapping equipment.

    “I think it’s commendable that the district, in purchasing the equipment to rent out, not only helps our local farmers but also provides some income to help it pay its way,” said Tommy Turner, LaRue County Judge Executive, noting that the district also rents no-till planting drills.

  • Man arrested for cultivating marijuana

    A Hodgenville man was arrested last Tuesday, August 30, for cultivating and trafficking marijuana after police found an indoor marijuana growing operation inside a residence on Earl Jones Road in Hodgenville.

  • Raising awareness of overdose

    A local overdose awareness event was held last Wednesday to help raise awareness about the drug epidemic and rising number of overdoses.

    The event was held by Hodgenville Police Sergeant James Richardson and Vickie Dawley, who lost her daughter, Shalayna Skaggs, to an overdose on November 1, 2014. The local event was held Wednesday, August 31, which was also National Overdose Awareness Day throughout the country.

  • Piece of Buffalo history for sale

    There are many places that have seen the passing of time and have served a multitude of purposes, and become the center, even heart of the community they belong to. Buffalo School Gym is no different. From it’s days as the gym for East Lynn College to the excitement of a community coming together to cheer on their boys at a basketball game the Buffalo gym has been just that, the heart of its’ community.

  • Whalin named Distinguished Young Woman

    LaRue County’s Symone Whalin and Hardin County’s Erin Gibson were named Distinguished Young Women during a program held at LaRue County High School’s auditorium Saturday evening.

    “Symone won the highest score in self-expression, interview, and scholastics,” said Denise Skaggs, LaRue County program chairperson. The contestants were judged in those three areas plus fitness and talent.

  • LaRue County Schools ranks eighth in the state

    LaRue County ranks 8th out of 173 Kentucky school districts in 2016 test scores. Check out the October 5 edition of the LaRue County Herald News for a complete breakdown of the test scores for each school in the district.

  • Struggle of understanding government

    By Terry Mills
    Kentucky State Representative

     

    One of the country’s most enduring challenges is making sure that our citizens, both young and old alike, have at least a basic understanding of government and the role we all play in making it work.

  • Positive influences

    By Steven Curtsinger

    Student Columnist

    This year, it is my intention to focus on positive influences in our community. There is so much negativity present, that people tend to lose sight of the good. So, I want to attempt to bring your focus back to the good things that are going on around us. I want to start out with something we are all closely acquainted with, school.

  • Lincoln Dinner held