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Today's News

  • Calling all veterans

    The LaRue County Herald News is asking all veterans to submit their name, address and phone number to the Herald News. If you are interested in being featured in the new “Veteran Spotlight” which will feature a different veteran each week as space allows, we will call and set up an interview time and pay tribute to those we owe so much. Send information to The LaRue County Herald News, 40 Shawnee Drive, Hodgenville, KY 42748

  • FFA video in finals for cash award

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  • LaRue Public Library has many new titles available

    The LaRue County Public Library has several new books and DVDs for adults and young adults.

    They include:

    • Queen of the Night by J.A. Jance. The traditions of the Tohono O’odham people are woven into the fabric of three families as Dr. Lani Walker and Pima County homicide investigator Brian Fellows join forces to protect a little girl who witnessed her mother’s murder.

  • Reunion calendar

    Richardson Smith

    family reunion

    The Charlie and Lena Richardson Smith reunion will be 1 p.m. Oct. 24 at the LaRue County Sportsman Lake Clubhouse. Bring a picnic lunch, cameras and old photos. All family and friends invited. For more information, contact Evelyn Wentz at 325-4192.

    Class of 1975

    The LaRue County High School Class of 1975 is having a 35th reunion 5 p.m. Nov. 27 at the LCMS cafeteria. For more information, call Sarina Dixon at 358-4036 or email luke@laruecounty.org.

  • Environmental Education and Research Center to be featured on Kentucky Life

    The LaRue County Environmental Education and Research Center will be featured in an upcoming segment of KET’s Kentucky Life.

    Show host Dave Shuffett visited the Leafdale Road site Friday, conducting interviews for the show. Guests included LaRue County Judge/Executive Tommy Turner and Dr. William H. Martin, chairman for the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund Board.

    Shuffett’s focus is on properties purchased through the efforts of KHLCFB. He visited Tebbs’ Bend in Taylor County – another project of the KHLCFB Friday morning.

  • Quinones adjusts to life as college student

    Arlene Quinones is off to the races – again – as she embarks on yet another challenge. A student at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, Quinones is working on her associate degree in business administration and human resources.  And while the prospect of an office job is appealing to her, it will definitely be a change in lifestyle.

  • CROSS COUNTRY: Durbin and Reed finish in top-50 at State Meet
  • CROSS COUNTRY: Durbin and Reed finish in top-50 at State Meet
  • CROSS COUNTRY: Durbin and Reed finish in top-50 at State Meet
  • Festival of Trees celebration ends Nov. 20 with silent auction and dinner

    Set-up for the fifth annual Festival of Trees is 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 11 in the Lincoln Museum Community Room.

    Participating organizations may decorate a holiday tree, wreath, garland or banner or similar item and enter it on display for silent auction. The silent auction ends 7:30 p.m. Nov. 20. Proceeds from the sale go to the sponsoring not-for-profit group. Individuals and businesses may also participate if proceeds from the sale are given directly to a specified charity.