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Today's News

  • New Haven business concerned over bunco parking

     The upcoming New Haven Bunco tournament sparked debate between event organizers and local businesses at the city’s Board of Commissioners meeting Thursday.

  • TENNIS: Conference tournament update

    LaRue County High School’s boys’ tennis doubles team of seniors Kyler Hart and Trevor Sanders advanced to the semi-finals of the Lincoln Heritage Conference Tennis Tournament at Freeman Lake Park last week after winning a hard-fought three-set victory in quarterfinal play.

     “These guys have a hunger to compete with the best doubles teams in the region, and they have the skills and growing experience to get there,” said Terry Caven, who co-coaches the boys and girls teams with Allison McDowell and Dylan Parr. 

  • PHOTO: Baby longhorn

    Jenny and Joe, mixed longhorn cattle, welcomed a new baby bull to the herd last week. They live on a farm outside Hodgenville.

  • Easter coloring contest winners

    Many thanks to the children who entered the Easter coloring contest.         

    They are Augusta Gardner, 6; Layla Ward, 7; Arai Thunder Ray, 5; Hannah Sadler, 9; Marissa Muss, 7; Elliana Lee, 6; Abby Riggs, 9; Aeryn Grimes, 6; Alissa Hughes, 6; Mary Ellen Richey, 5; Reygan Salsman, 9; Elizabeth Mae Smith, 4; Sophia Carl, 4; Alex Morgan, 6; Cameron Butler, 5; Aven Lee Carter, 4; Clay Ward, 4; Jackson Lange, 8.

  • Honor Roll - Hodgenville Elementary - Third Quarter 2014

    Hodgenville Elementary School Fifth grade

    All A’s

    Connor Baker, Tripp Chapman, Emma Jean Grimes, Olivia Hazelwood, Kayla Highbaugh, Thomas Hoppes, Rebekah Keith, Graham Kinzel, Brianna McCauley-Posey, Evan McCreery, Deon Richardson, Skyler Rutledge, Preston Self, Campbell Sims, Isabella Thurman, Tanner Williams

    A/B

  • New laws passed by General Assembly

     The Kentucky General Assembly’s 2014 regular session ended April 15, capping off a session in which lawmakers approved the state’s next two-year budget and measures that will impact people throughout the state.

  • Social Services offices implementing changes

     The Kentucky Department for Community Based Services is implementing new office procedures for walk-in customer benefit interviews at its family support offices. The new office procedures have been tested in 28 counties with great success. The change started April 21, 2014 at all county DCBS offices.

    Face-to-face interviews with staff will be available from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  • 'How's my waterway' makes it easier to find out

     WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released an enhanced version of “How’s My Waterway,” an app and website to help people find information on the condition of thousands of lakes, rivers and streams across the United States from their smart phone, tablet or desktop computer.

  • Toy Box Theater presents play

     Elizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Toy Box Theatre will present a children’s play, Bigger Than Life, at 7 p.m. April 29 in the Science Auditorium on ECTC’s campus. Admission is $2.

  • Who's behind Kentucky ban on casinos, gay marriage?

      Why have casinos and gay marriage had such a tough time in the Kentucky General Assembly?

    Baptists.