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Today's News

  • Rape charge to be heard by grand jury

    Accusations that a LaRue County man made sexual contact with two children more than 20 years ago were heard Wednesday in District Court.

    In a preliminary hearing, LaRue District Judge C. Derek Reed found probable cause to send the case against Charlie Monroe Warren to a grand jury.

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  • HES students fight the good fight against cancer

    Students at Hodgenville Elementary School joined the battle against cancer last week as they held a Mini-Relay at the school. This was the second Mini Relay the school has hosted and it is growing each year. The Mini Relay was combined with field day to make a fun-filled day in the sun as a celebration of the hard work students and staff have done all year in raising money to fight cancer. This year the school went beyond the amount they raised last year to a whopping $7,588.81.

  • Honor all who served

    We are the 12 children of Allen and Louise Cooper – seven boys and five girls.

    Our grandfather, Herbert Brown served this country in the U.S. Army during World War I. Our father was in the army, serving in the European theater during World War II.

    Of the seven Cooper sons, five served this country in some branch of military service.

    I wish to speak to this council about our brother Spec. 4th Class Carl Dalton Cooper.

  • Campbellsville University awards 474 diplomas

    Campbellsville University awarded 474 diplomas to graduates in May commencement  ceremonies.

    Students include:

    Alan Scott Thomas of New Haven – master of arts in education;

    Christopher Lane Taylor of Hodgenville – bachelor of science in pastoral ministries with a minor in music. Taylor is a graduate of Muhlenberg North High School and is married to Mandy Taylor;

  • ALES students walk for a cure

    Abraham Lincoln Elementary followed in the steps of Hodgenville Elementary with its own Mini-Relay for Life this year. The school had participated in Relay for the past eight years, yet this was the first year that grade levels combined for friendly competition to raise money for the countywide event and to hold their own Mini-Relay complete with luminarias and banners. Held over a period of two days and in conjunction with field day events, the Mini-Relay was conducted in cooperation with Hardin Memorial Hospital’s Wellness on Wheels.

  • Careful planning makes for successful student garden

    Students in Debbie Taylor’s class at LaRue County High School have transformed what previously was a grass lawn into a “Secret Garden,” lush with vegetables and flowers.

    “This was probably the most successful project I have done in a long time,” Taylor said after holding a garden party to celebrate the class’s success.

    She and her students used shovels to dig a pond around which they placed plants, rock, and mulch. They added a concrete table and benches, plus other benches for sitting and relaxing.

  • Puryear named to Dean's List at Transy

    LaRue County High School graduate and Transylvania University sophomore Curtis Puryear has been named to the Dean’s List for the 2010 winter term. 

    He achieved at least a 3.5 grade point average during the term.

    Puryear, a philosophy and psychology double major, is the son of Carlton and Donna Puryear of Hodgenville.

  • School calendar

    ALL SCHOOLS

    Aug. 5 – First day of school

    LCMS

    SBDM Council

    All meetings dealing with hiring of a new LCMS principal will be held at the middle school in either the library or the computer lab.

    • June 18, 2 p.m. – discussing applicants

    • June 22, June 23 and June 28, time TBA – conducting applicant interviews

    • June 30, time TBA – making a decision about the hiring of the principal

  • Cumberland Products purchases second site

    Locally owned business Cumberland Products Inc. serves customers from all parts of the country. Now, in the midst of economic struggle and high unemployment, an expansion project by the company may provide a glimmer of growth for LaRue County.

    President Wayne Moore started Cumberland Products with his wife in 1991. The company was  founded in Greensburg, but in 1999, it moved to Hodgenville when Moore purchased 10 acres on Commerce Drive, where the company currently operates.