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The LaRue County Herald News has a new box outside Todd’s Lunch Box at 105 S. Walters Ave., Hodgenville. It’s across from the Hodgenville Post Office.
LaRue County schools were featured Sunday in “The Courier-Journal’s Top Workplaces” for being one of the best places to work in the Greater Louisville area. This is the second consecutive year that the school system has been named to the list.
A Bardstown man remains hospitalized after a two-vehicle crash on Sunday afternoon.
Charles “Chuck” Crain, a business and economics instructor for Campbellsville University, said its Hodgenville campus, The Brockman Center, isn’t getting a lot of foot traffic.
More than 1,000 pieces of artwork generated from Hodgenville Elementary School students have been uploaded to “the world’s largest kids’ art museum”– Artsonia.
Western Kentucky University forensic team members traveled to the University of Ohio “Appalachian Swing” tournament over the weekend.
Ellis Fraser, a freshman from Hodgenville, took sixth in impromptu speaking.
Due to redistricting, LaRue County will have a new state representative – and be in a new district.
Congressman Brett Guthrie held a “listening session” in LaRue County Thursday morning.
A Buffalo woman has been charged with taking items from homes of home health care clients.
LaRue County High School Principal Paul Mullins was presented a check for $1,100 from Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Friday. The funds were donated to Hawk Athletics.
At right is ECTC representative Amber Roberts. ECTC has placed a banner in the LCHS gym for recruiting purposes.
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