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Today's News

  • Talk of the Hawk available online

    Summer Garris’s Twenty-first Century Publishing class is producing a LaRue County High School online magazine that reports on a variety of student interests.

    “Our goals for this publication are to provide a magazine for students by students (written about issues LCHS students care about) and to create a means of capturing the ‘essence’ of LCHS from a student perspective,” said Garris who heads the school’s English department.

    The idea of having a school publication is not new, according to Garris.

  • Man charged with promoting contraband in jail

    A Hodgenville man faces multiple charges after a Jan. 8 traffic stop near his home.
    Jason D. Kozlow, 30, of Landmark, was charged with changing drivers – car in motion; rear license not illuminated; operating on suspended/revoked license; and failure of owner to maintain required insurance about 6:30 p.m. by Hodgenville Officer Robby Brownfield.

  • LaRue County Middle School basketball scores

    EIGHTH GRADE

    LCMS 28, Taylor County 41

    LaRue – Micah Wiseman 13; Dalton Uhl 8; Cameron Dawson 3; Tommy Goodman 2; Hunter Griffin 2

    LCMS 33, Grayson County 34

    LaRue – Dalton Uhl 11; Micah Wiseman 8; Tommy Goodman 6; Turner Cottrell 3; Robert Thompson 3; Austin Lewis 2

    LCMS 44, Campbellsville, 38

    Micah Wiseman, 18; Caleb Sheffer, 9; Dalton Uhl, 5; Tommy Goodman, 5; Austin Lewis, 4; Robert Thompson, 4

     

    SEVENTH GRADE

  • Little Lady Hawks Basketball

    Second- and third-grade Lady Hawks are front from left, Lexy Summitt, Keke Weathers, Katelynn Eads, Avery Murray; back, A.J. English, Bella Thurman, Maleah Engslish, Savannah Bandurske and McKenna Buck.

  • WRESTLING: Mat Hawks score an A on mid-year report card

    With the start of the season, expectations were high at the LaRue County wrestling room. This was the season the wrestlers, fans and coaches pinpointed as the year the Hawks would finally break through and win their elusive first state tournament title.

  • Woman to serve seven months for DUI

    Lisa Marie Puckett, 39, of Sonora, will serve seven months in the county jail and was fined $1,260 after pleading guilty to two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, leaving the scene of an accident, operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, first offense and three counts of third-degree criminal mischief.

    According to court records, a small child was in the vehicle when the alleged offenses occurred Aug. 22.

  • Join Small Steps to Health & Wealth

    If you want help with your goals for managing your weight or your money, come and join the Small Steps to Health & Wealth, 10-week program (Jan. 27-March 31). This is sponsored by the Cooperative Extension Service (358-3401) and will be offered in conjunction with the Thursday evening Family Fitness Club physical activity.

    The Family Resource Centers for Hodgenville Elementary School and Abraham Lincoln Elementary School have started a family fitness club this school year that meets two nights a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-7 p.m.

  • E-vet assist speeds veterans' claims

    Veterans will see speedier filing of benefit claims and faster service in general thanks to a new computerized system installed by the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs.

    “Kentucky’s veterans and their families deserve far better than the old paper system,” KDVA Commissioner Ken Lucas said. “E-Vet Assist makes it faster, more accurate and more efficient for us to help them obtain the benefits and services they have earned. We are glad to see the new automated system finally come to fruition.”

  • Large turnout at Knight fundraiser

    Sonora auctioneer David L. Knight is not lacking for friends.

    An outpouring of support for Knight, who suffered a series of debilitating strokes in September, reaped $20,000 over the weekend during a fundraiser held at Upton Community Center. Paralyzed from the neck down, Knight has been in medical care since suffering the strokes.

    The event included a chili supper and an auction, where a 1930s antique bedroom suite, old coins, TVs and cakes were up for bid. Local businesses also donated items, such as gift certificates.

  • LaRue joins state's eWarrant system

    Last week, local law enforcement and court officials attended classes to learn about the new state electronic warrant system.
    The eWarrants, which are available online, “do away with all paper warrants that had to be mailed,” according to Acting Chief Steve Johnson of Hodgenville City Police.
    The network allows officers to electronically file complaints, which can be viewed and signed by judges. Officers can act immediately in making an arrest rather than waiting hours or days.