Today's News

  • ANNIVERSARY: Bennetts celebrate 50 years

     Barbara and Douglas Bennett of Hodgenville will celebrate their 50th anniversary over the Memorial Day weekend.

    The Bennetts were married June 19, 1962, in Decatur, Ala.

    They moved from northwest Indiana eight years ago to LaRue County. They raised three daughters, Julie Law of Louisville, Donna Bennett of Indianapolis, Ind., and Rebecca Belt of Portage, Ind. They have four grandsons.

    They plan to celebrate with immediate family on the Kentucky Dinner Train.

  • PHOTO: Meredith meets ALES Academic Team

     State Rep. Michael Lee Meredith met with the Abraham Lincoln Elementary school Academic Team at the last match of the year. Front from left, Isaiah Pruitt, Emma Cobble, Biven Turner, Tharon Blair, Chase Childress, James Akin; second Row, Simon Coy, Alexis Grimes, Mason Lane, Bridget Southwood, Nick Vazquez; back, Rep. Meredith, Victor Helm, Maddie Helm, Jacob Cundiff and Coach Kathy Ross.

  • PHOTO: Perfect attendance students honored at ALES

     Third, fourth and fifth graders honored for perfect attendance at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School are front from left, Biven Turner, Sydney Lee, Madison Wilmoth, Maddison Hunt; back, Elizabeth McIntosh, Ameena Wells, Ameera Wells, Laura Ward, Amanda Beismer and Katie Puckett. Unavailable for photo: Anna Grace Turner.

  • PHOTO: ALES perfect attendance

     Kindergarten, first and second graders who finished the school year with perfect attendance at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School are front from left, Macy Stillwell, Elizabeth Wiley, Lacey Cecil, Jacob Shirley, Harper Hynes; back, Jagger McBride, Baines Turner, Ryan Buck, Isis Barbour and Alex Poore.

  • SOFTBALL: Lady Hawks defeat John Hardin on Senior Night

     The homestanding LaRue County High School Lady Hawks whipped John Hardin’s Lady Bulldogs 13-2 in five innings Thursday.

    In their last home game of the regular season, the Ladies avenged an earlier loss (5-6) to John Hardin and broke a four-game losing streak. The five-inning game was a nice sendoff for the team’s three seniors.

  • Troopers remembered by Post 4

     Members of Kentucky State Police Post 4 participated in wreath-laying ceremonies last week at the gravesites of two troopers who lost their lives while on the job in LaRue County.

    The ceremony is part of the observance of National Peace Officer's Memorial Week May 13-19, according to Trooper Kevin Burton.

  • Hines, Rock graduate from Indiana Wesleyan

     Two students from LaRue County were among the 2,000 students who received degrees during graduation ceremonies April 28 at Indiana Wesleyan University.

    Graduating were Karen Hines of Magnolia and Melissa Rock of Hodgenville, both receiving bachelor’s degrees in nursing.

  • PHOTO: Ready for play

    Nathan Bell marked off the playing field Thursday afternoon before a youth league baseball game. Bell umpires at the LaRue County Park and Recreation fields.

  • PHOTO: Rally Day

    Michaela Rock participated in the Area 4-H Rally Day and earned a blue ribbon in Talk Meet and was District Champion in Sr. Animal Science Demonstration.

  • PHOTO: 4-H Fashion Revue

    Machaela LeClear, Kaitlyn Knight and Maddie Helm participated in the Fashion Revue at the Area 4-H Rally Day. All three girls received a blue ribbon and Kaitlyn earned Reserve Champion.