Today's News

  • Block tick bites and Lyme disease

      When warm weather arrives, you might get the urge to walk barefoot through the grass. But before you stroll through your lawn or head out on a hiking trail, you’ll want to protect yourself and your loved ones from ticks that often lurk in tall grass, thick brush, and wooded areas. Many ticks carry disease, so do what you can to keep ticks from taking a bite out of you.

  • Retired teachers stay busy, serving community

     With more than 29,500 members out of some 43,000 retired teachers statewide, the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association is a strong force in looking after the welfare of its members.

    Because they are retired, however, does not mean these members are not active, for through this organization, these teachers, as they once served the needs of their students, are helping their communities in a variety of ways through volunteering.

  • Teacher on way to White House

      A local teacher has a chance to participate in a White House Social as part of Teacher Appreciation Week.

  • Restraining order denied by judge

     Ron Mather, attorney for Hodgenville Mayor Terry Cruse, filed an injunction in an attempt to prohibit the May 1 public hearing from taking place.

    LaRue Circuit Judge Charles Simms III denied the motion for a restraining order.

    According to documents filed in the civil suit, the public hearing was “chosen at the behest of certain (city council) members” and “the mayor was not asked if he could be ready by that time ....”

  • More delays as council holds public hearing

     Hodgenville City Council held a public hearing Thursday evening to hear allegations against Hodgenville Mayor Terry Cruse. The hearing is a step in the process of possibly removing Cruse, who is in his second term, from office.

    The meeting began at 7 p.m. and was held in the sanctuary of the former First Baptist Church – which has been converted into City Hall. About 122 residents filled the pews. Mayor Cruse and his attorney, Ron Mather, and city council members with their attorney, Michelle Sparks, sat at tables on the stage with their backs to the audience.

  • Hodgenville native Bobby Lewis back on musical track with 'Shutters and Boards'

     After having several top-10 country songs in the 1960s and ’70s, Hodgenville native Bobby Lewis has resurged to the top of the individual country artist (IndieWorld) charts with “Shutters and Boards.”

    “I want to say how much it means to me, all the contacts, phone calls from DJ’s and friends wishing me the best and helping me celebrate my first Number One record,” Lewis said from his home in Hermitage, Tennessee. “Many of my stablemates on Pretty World Records sent me a message of how happy they were for me.”

  • News of Record – May 7, 2014

     Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the LaRue County Clerk’s Office in Hodgenville.

    Virgie Tedder to Julie Ireland, Mary Lou Strader, Vicki Brangers and Robert Tedder, property on waters of Middle Creek five miles north of Hodgenville, no monetary consideration, FMV $125,000

  • School Calendar: May 7, 2014


    Youth Service Center Advisory Council to meet 

    LaRue County Schools Youth Service Center Advisory Council will meet 11:30 a.m. May 8 at the LaRue County Extension office. For more information, call Marsha Duncan at 270-358-9745. The meeting is open to the public.

  • Farm Calendar - May 7, 2014

     Goat and Sheep meeting

    The LaRue County Goat and Sheep Producers will meet 6:30 p.m. May 8 at the LaRue County Extension office. The producers will discuss the County Fair sheep and goat shows for next month, and conduct other business. At 7:30 p.m. there will be a market trends and forecast presentation by Tess Caudill with KDA. There will be a potluck meal with the meat provided. 


    Beef Producers to meet

  • Track and Field Results



    April 17

    Girls 100-Meter Dash

    4. Meredith Lindsey – 14.44