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Today's News

  • Office of Employment offers online resumes

    To make it easier for job seekers to
    search for career opportunities, the Kentucky Office of Employment and
    Training (OET) has launched a new job-match system. The new tool,
    provided at no cost, helps users create a professionally formatted
    resume highlighting transferable skills from life experiences and work

  • COLUMN: Real love is from God

  • Boil Water Advisory LIFTED

    A boil water advisory has been lifted for residents living on KY 210 (Campbellsville Road).

    Green/Taylor Water District had a water main break and about 40 homes were notified of the advisory Tuesday.

    Areas affected were Poplar Grove Road to LaRue County line; A.C. Underwood Road, Skaggs Road, Corinth Road and Hibernia Ridge.

    A spokesman for LaRue County Water District #1 said the advisory was lifted Thursday afternoon.

  • Absentee ballots must be returned by Nov. 7

    Although the Nov. 8 election is still several days away, many voters across Kentucky have already cast their ballots. State law provides opportunities for voters to cast absentee ballots through Nov. 7.

    In LaRue County, the process is simple: Go to County Clerk Linda Carter’s office at the courthouse and tell the worker you would like to cast an absentee ballot. They’ll ask a few questions and assist you with paperwork. You sit at a table, mark the ballot and feed it into a voting machine to be scanned.

    That’s it.

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  • Stephanie Burba named Homecoming candidate for WKU

    Twenty students are competing to become Western Kentucky University’s 2011 Homecoming queen.

    Among the contenders is Stephanie Burba, a biology/science and math education major from Magnolia. She is the daughter of Glen and Robin Burba and is sponsored by Phi Sigma Pi.

    Burba is also a recipient of a Science and Math Alliance for Recruitment and Retention of Teachers Scholarship. It provides $10,000 for the last two years of the teacher’s education program at WKU.

  • Court of Appeals affirms decision for Koetter Woodworking

    The Kentucky Court of Appeals concurred with a judgment set down by LaRue Circuit Court in a Sept. 23 decision.

    The case Donahue vs. Koetter Woodworking, Inc., was filed in 2010.

    Koetter Woodworking filed a complaint to quiet its land title against abutting property owners, Joseph L. Donahue and Dianne E. Donahue, Kenneth R. Simpson and Bonnie Simpson, Williams Marks III, Thomas Watson Fenwick and Robert Lee Simpson and Carole J. Simpson.

    Koetter alleged the appellants were wrongfully claiming ownership of about 20 acres near the shared boundary.

  • COLUMN: Come out of hiding and start living

    When God called to Adam, “Where are you,” he replied, ‘I hid. I was afraid.’ Genesis 3:10

    Is fear causing you to hide from somebody? A boss? A husband or wife? A touchy co-worker? A strong-willed child?

    When God called to Adam, “Where are you,” he replied “I hid. I was afraid.” And we’ve all been hiding ever since.

  • Boil Water Advisory issued for Campbellsville Road

    A boil water advisory has been issued for residents living on KY 210 (Campbellsville Road). 

    Green/Taylor Water District had a water main break. A spokesperson for the water district said all residents affected by the advisory had been provided a letter on Tuesday.

    Areas affected are Poplar Grove Road to LaRue County line; A.C. Underwood Road, Skaggs Road, Corinth Road and Hibernia Ridge.

    Residents should boil any water that will be consumed.