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Today's News

  • Kentucky Railway Museum receives grant

    The Kentucky Railway Museum in New Haven is among the short line railroads in 12 counties that will receive a share of $3.1 million in state grants.

    “This is an investment in Kentucky's economy, because freight railroads are indispensable to our economy,” Gov. Steve Beshear said in a Kentucky Transportation Cabinet press release.

    KRM will receive $190,350 for track and crossing rehab and repairs in Nelson and LaRue counties, according to the press release.

  • Free Movie Night series begins Saturday

    Rhett, Rhett, if you go, where shall I go? What shall I do?

    Frankly, Scarlett, the best place to go for free entertainment this weekend is a showing of the classic film “Gone With the Wind” at Hodgenville Civic Center.

    The City of Hodgenville kicks off its next round of free summer movies at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 21. The LaRue County Herald News is co-sponsor of the event.

  • Man pleads guilty to wanton endangerment

    A Hodgenville man faces a year in jail after pleading guilty to numerous charges May 2 in LaRue Circuit Court.

    Officers said David Christopher Young, 47, was driving recklessly on Howardstown Road on Oct. 21, 2010, when he approached 11 workers paving the road. According to Deputy Matt Darst, Young drove through the ditch to go around the flagger and “popped both passenger side tires.” The flagger instructed him to stop, however, Young ignored him.

  • Fiscal Court audit available online

    State Auditor Crit Luallen has released the audit of the financial statements of the LaRue County Fiscal Court for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2010.

    State law requires annual audits of county fiscal courts. The audit found that the county’s financial statements, in all material respects, fairly present the county’s assets, liabilities, and net assets arising from cash transactions and revenues received and expenditures paid in conformity with the modified cash basis of accounting.

  • THERESA HOWARD: It's strawberry time

    Here are a few tips for freezing strawberries.

  • Deidra Hutchins earns master's degree

    Deidra Jeffries Hutchins received her master of business degree May 14 from Bellarmine College in Louisville.

    She is the wife of Charles Hutchins and the daughter of James and Phyllis Jeffries, all of Hodgenville.

    She is a 2001 graduate of LaRue County High School.

  • Garrett twins graduate with degrees in criminal justice

    Austin Garrett and Jared Garrett, twin sons of Jerry Garrett and Rochelle Garrett, formerly of Hodgenville, recently graduated from college.

    Austin Garrett earned a bachelors degree in criminal justice with emphasis in police administration and recreation therapy from Eastern Kentucky University May 7.

    Jared Garrett earned a bachelors degree in criminal justice from Kentucky State University on May 14.

  • Bardstown's summer band series kicks off May 27

    The Stephen Foster Music Club of Bardstown has announced it is expanding its Summer Band Concert Series, set to begin May 27, to 15 weekly concerts this year.

    This year's concerts are being underwritten by Edward Jones Financial Services of Bardstown, and is co-sponsored by the Bardstown/Nelson County Parks and Recreation Department. The free concerts will be presented every Friday at 7 p.m. in Bardstown Community Park from May 27 through Sept. 2. In case of rain, concerts will move to the Farmers Market on East Flaget Avenue.

  • Raffo Wimsett honored in Washington ceremony

    When a few thousand candles lit up Washington D.C. last week, at least four were burning in honor of a sheriff’s deputy, fallen in the line of duty, whose name is well-known in New Haven 39 years after he died.

  • Local EHLRTA delegates attend convention