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Today's News

  • Secretary of State candidates believe in their backgrounds

    Bill Johnson is running for Kentucky Secretary of State because he is concerned about the future of the Commonwealth. Alison Lundergan Grimes is running because

    Kentuckians are hurting and she thinks they need and deserve strong leaders.

    Grimes, the Democratic candidate, and Johnson, the Republican candidate, will square off on Election Day, Nov. 8.

    Grimes, 32, is a business attorney, and she thinks her background is important to understand state and federal election laws as well as business laws in Kentucky.

  • Addington speaks to NARFE

  • Fort Knox Federal Credit Union celebrates 60 years of service

    When the 10 founding members pooled $1,000 in initial capital to start Fort Knox Federal Credit Union back in 1950, little did they know that one day their Credit Union would grow to have more than $1 billion in assets.    

  • ECTC Choristers hold variety show

    The Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Choristers will present a fall variety show 6:30 p.m. Oct. 18 in the Science Auditorium of the college. The program will include selections by the Choristers – jazz, spirituals, and gospel – and solos and duets in a variety of styles. Door prizes and refreshments will be provided. The charge is $3 for the benefit of the Choristers, and everyone is invited. 

    For more information, contact Camille Hill, 270-706-8448.

  • Cindy Read named director at Wired65

    Cindy Read of Louisville has been named Director, Sector Strategies for Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic Development (WIRED65) Regional Workforce Partners. As director, she will work with businesses, education and training providers and the Workforce Investment Boards in 26 Kentucky and Indiana counties along the I-65 corridor to develop innovative workforce training approaches in three growing industry sectors.

  • Teen recovering from farming accident

    A LaRue County teen is recovering from a farming accident that occurred Tuesday, Oct. 4.

    Dereck Rock, 15, was working in tobacco on Airline Road with his grandfather Jimmy Rock about 1 p.m.

  • Library celebrates Teen Read Week

    LaRue County Public Library will celebrate Teen Read Week Oct. 16-22 with special events and programs aimed at encouraging area teens to read for the fun of it. Thousands of libraries, schools and bookstore across the country will hold similar events centered on this year’s theme, “Picture It! @ your library” which encourages teens to read a variety of materials, including graphic novels, movies, books about photography and more.

  • Recycling Center puts glass pulverizer to use

    More than 40 billion glass bottles are made every year and about 75 percent of these same bottles end up in landfills. One hundred percent of glass containers can be made into new glass bottles and jars, so we shouldn’t throw them in the trash.
    While recycling old glass into new glass is always the preferred way to use up this recyclable commodity, sometimes there is not a glass company close enough to make the cost of transportation feasible.  

  • Planning and Zoning: August 2011

    Information provided from Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning

    John Stinson, Mount Sherman Road, storage
    Zolon Helm, L&N Turnpike, Buffalo, residence
    Jeff Nash, Bird Road, Magnolia, residence
    Union Christian Church, Union Church Road, plat
    Clifton Allen, Lyons Station Road, New Haven, plat
    Timmy Creason, Mount Tabor Road, Buffalo, plat
    James Q. Shaw Jr., Tanner Road, Hodgenville, addition
    Kenneth Sandfer, New Jackson Highway, use permit
    John Bange, Orrender School Road, Magnolia, residence

  • Guthrie: Burdensome regulations stifle economy

    U.S. Rep. Brett Guthrie, R-Bowling Green, visited LaRue County Thursday, taking time to speak with local government officials and members of the Hodgenville Rotary Club. He returned Saturday for the Lincoln Days Parade.
    Guthrie, who represents the second district and has a small business, manufacturing background, voiced his thoughts about the national economy, tax reform and job building.
    The House Representatives have been working to “slow down” the administration issuing burdensome regulations that are anti-business, Guthrie said.