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Today's News

  • 2015 LaRue County Fair Results

    2015 LaRue Co. Fair Floral Hall Results

    • 115 Entries •

    Grand Champion

    Tied with 8 Blue Ribbons each: Judy Greenwell, Mary Lou Owen and Dixie Todd

    (The Floral Hall exhibit was managed by the County Extension Homemaker organization. In the Floral Hall, 1st, 2nd or 3rd place ribbons are awarded according to the merit of each individual item regardless of the number of entries in a class. Judges do not have to automatically give any ribbons or a 1st place ribbon if they don’t think the item deserves that placing.)

  • Hungary Games: Boley shines in Europe

    For Erin Boley, playing for Team USA in the 2015 FIBA 3x3 U18 World Championship for Women earlier this month in Debrecen, Hungary was not only a learning experience but also an amazing adventure.

    “I learned so much more about the game on the court and from the people I met,” said the 6-2 forward/guard who will be a senior at Elizabethtown High School this fall.

  • Dawson earns berth in Jr. PGA tourney

    Two good days in Bardstown has a rising LaRue County High School junior bound for the Lone Star State.

    Closing his second and final 18-hole round with a birdie Wednesday (June 17), Cameron Dawson won the 82-player boys’ 13-over division at the 40th Junior PGA Championship national qualifier at Bardstown Country Club’s Maywood Course.

  • Music, fun to highlight Nolin annual meeting

    Nolin RECC is inviting members and the community to attend the 2015 annual meeting for a free night of music and entertainment. Featured entertainer will be gospel group The Old Paths. The evening includes a free health and exhibit fair, Rachel’s Face Painting, children’s bounce houses, and The Brian Young Band.

  • Weather wreaks havoc; several wrecks reported

    These accidents were reported in LaRue County Wednesday, June 17. At 7:15 a.m. Jerrilynn Whaley, of Hodgenville, was driving a 2012 Chevrolet Cruze when she was unable to stop and struck a 2000 Dodge Dakota driven by Jason Hutcherson of LaRue County that was stopped behind a garbage truck. Both vehicles were inoperable and were towed.

  • Spencer joins as correspondent

    Dr. Robert H. Spencer, a.k.a. Dr. Bob, has more than 45 years experience in accounting, business management and technology consulting. He was an adjunct associate professor at the University of West Florida for more than a decade and retired as a principal of a regional Pensacola, Fla., accounting firm in 1995.

    He has spent the past 20 years traveling internationally and lecturing on technology in business while authoring more than a dozen books on accounting software, risk management and best technology practices.

  • New state laws effective June 24

     FRANKFORT – Most new laws approved during the Kentucky General Assembly’s 2015 regular session go into effect next week.

    The state constitution specifies that new laws take effect 90 days after the adjournment of the legislature. The General Assembly’s 2015 session adjourned on March 25, making June 24 the day for new laws to take effect.

  • Logsdon released on bond

    By Bobbie Lanham

    Terry Logsdon, of Mt. Sherman, was released from custody in Grayson County on a $10,000 50% partially secured bond June 22. Logsdon was arrested June 10 in Grayson County on charges relating to an alleged road rage event May 24. Conditions of the release require no further violations of the law, no contact with alleged victim, no illegal use of alcohol or controlled substances and no consumption of any alcohol or illegal use of controlled substances. Logsdon is scheduled for a pretrial conference 8:30 a.m. Thursday in Grayson County District Court.

  • Grant, city fund fire gear

    They enter burning buildings to save lives, battle windblown blazes to save property, and do it without pay or even fuel reimbursement--all because they love what they do.

    They’re volunteer firemen, and, with new turnout gear provided by the city of Hodgenville’s supplementing a state allotment, Hodgenville’s firefighters are even more prepared.

  • Mother of the Year

    Bettye Jean Thomas was announced as the 2015 LaRue County Fair Mother of the Year.

    Thomas lives between Hodgenville and Sonora, and is an active member of the County Homemakers organization, Hodgenville First Baptist Church and the Kentucky Association of Retired Teachers. She also has served on the Hodgenville Cemetery Board.

    She had a great impact on many youth in her role as a teacher with the LaRue County Schools for more than 30 years. Three of her children followed in her footsteps and also became teachers.