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Today's News

  • Court BRIEFS - Nov. 13, 2013

      Failed to complete treatment program

    A revocation order was tendered Oct. 21 for Ronald W. Skaggs (1989) for failure to complete a sex offender treatment program. He was sentenced to five years on a charge of third-degree rape in a 2010 case.

     

    Failed to appear

    Christopher R. Decker (1982) failed to appear Nov. 4 in LaRue Circuit Court. He is charged with theft by unlawful taking, criminal mischief, DUI and leaving the scene of an accident.

     

    Final sentencing

  • Hamilton back at helm of Sunrise

     Crystal Hamilton, Sunrise Manor’s administrator, is back on the job.

  • KSP investigation continues to affect city business

     Hodgenville City Council voted Monday to retain the services of Certified Public Accountant Susan Mouser for another year – if she’ll agree to stay on.

  • SOCCER: Goalkeeper Mullins shines as first-year player

     LaRue County High School goalkeeper Sierra Mullins, in her first year playing the sport, recorded six shutouts and more than 125 saves in a season that saw the Lady Hawks win their first-ever district title and finish with a 15-3-2 record.

  • Fundrai$ers - Nov. 13, 2013

     Bake sale at Sunrise Manor Adult Daycare

    Sunrise Manor Adult Daycare, 80 Phillips Lane, Hodgenville, will hold a bake sale 5-7 p.m. Nov. 14. Music, refreshments and children’s movie. Bring a nonperishable food item for church food bank. For more information, call Lisa Johnson at 270-358-2147.

     

    Addie’s Army

  • Community Calendar - November 13, 2013

    Classical piano recital at ECTC
    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College will host a classical piano recital by pianist Frances Scott in the atrium of the Regional Postsecondary Center at 7 p.m. Nov. 14.
    The concert is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Kevin Shank at 270-706-8495 or kshank0001@kctcs.edu.  

    Festival of Trees

  • Farmer closer to dream of returning to work

    Dairy farmer Gary Rock said a fundraiser to assist him with medical bills was “a gift beyond belief.”
    Rock, who lost his legs in a farming accident Aug. 26, requested the total amount raised not be published.
    “I prefer it be told ‘word of mouth,’” he said.

  • Police search for missing Bardstown teen

    The Nelson County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a Bardstown boy who has been missing since Oct. 15.

    Corey Wade Bogard, 16, is missing but believed to still be in the area, Nelson County Sheriff’s Detective Jonathan Snow said.

    He said Bogard went missing after he was supposed to go back to his uncle’s house from his aunt’s house.

    “His uncle has custody of him, and he also resides part of the time with his aunt,” Snow said.

  • Hodgenville trio to perform in Campbellsville

    The Campbellsville University School of Music will combine with the efforts of the Central Kentucky Arts Series to perform Handel’s “Messiah” at Campbellsville Baptist Church at 6 p.m. Nov. 17. The church is located at 420 N. Central Ave., Campbellsville.

    Under the direction of Dr. Tony Cunha, dean of the School of Music, the program will consist of the most well known and loved airs, and choruses of “Messiah,” including the famous “Hallelujah” Chorus. The public is invited to the free concert.

  • ALES HONOR ROLL - First Quarter 2013

    Abraham Lincoln Elementary School

    First Quarter

    “All A” Honor Roll

    Brooks Brackett, Carson Childress, Christopher Collord, Adara Dobson, Katelyn Eads, Layne Gribbins, Harper Hynes, Kaleb Miller, Evan Morris, Samantha Perkins, Isaiah Pruitt, Abby Riggs, Brittany Serrano, Brenna Southwood, Macy Stillwell, Haley Thompson, Mason Thompson, Biven Turner, Landon Wells, Gavin Whitehouse, Madison Wilmoth

     

    A-B Honor Roll