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Today's News

  • Whitlocks score at Bellarmine Classic

    On July 17, the 5th and 6th Region (West) All-Stars defeated the 7th and 8th Region team (East), 82-78 in overtime.

    Lady Hawks Lyndsay Whitlock and Valerie Whitlock, both seniors, were chosen by 5th Region coaches to play in the 24th annual Bellarmine Roundball Classic.

    The game, sponsored by the Kentucky High School Coaches Association, matched the top players in the Class of 2011.

    Valerie Whitlock scored two points; Lyndsay Whitlock scored one point.    

  • Rezoning approved for new Dollar General

    Dollar General officials aren’t saying much at this stage, but the first steps have been taken to bring the discount store to Magnolia.

    At a special called meeting of the Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning Commission Thursday, S.C. Development requested the rezoning of 4.1096 acres from agriculture to neighborhood business district for the purpose of opening a retail store.

    The Commission approved the request as well as a variance on the number of parking spaces required by ordinance.

  • Rezoning approved for new Dollar General

    Dollar General officials aren’t saying much at this stage, but the first steps have been taken to bring the discount store to Magnolia.

    At a special called meeting of the Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning Commission Thursday, S.C. Development requested the rezoning of 4.1096 acres from agriculture to neighborhood business district for the purpose of opening a retail store.

    The Commission approved the request as well as a variance on the number of parking spaces required by ordinance.

  • Rezoning approved for new Dollar General

    Dollar General officials aren’t saying much at this stage, but the first steps have been taken to bring the discount store to Magnolia.

    At a special called meeting of the Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning Commission Thursday, S.C. Development requested the rezoning of 4.1096 acres from agriculture to neighborhood business district for the purpose of opening a retail store.

    The Commission approved the request as well as a variance on the number of parking spaces required by ordinance.

  • LaRue schools gearing up for an exciting new year

    LaRue County Schools welcome new students and staff to another exciting school year. As students return tomorrow, the schools have important reminders and information to share:

  • Lincoln Memorial Building remains closed for renovation

    The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace Memorial Building is still under renovation and closed to the public, park officials say.

    The building, which houses the traditional birthplace cabin, was first closed in September 2009 to solve mold problems and issues with the heating and air system.

    In May, park officials were hoping to be finished with the renovation project by the end of this month. Workers now are unsure when the repairs will be finished.

  • Government Contracting Fair planned Wednesday in Radcliff

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  • A daughter's grief healed

    Hodgenville resident Ruby Heady’s Memorial Day weekend visit to her father’s grave in France finally healed a wound that had agonized her for 66 years.

    Heady, who lives in Hutcherson Heights with her husband Bobby, was only 7 years old when word came that her dad, Roy McDowell, had died of injuries suffered while fighting the Germans in occupied France.

  • Grand jury hands down several indictments

    Joey Stanton, recently appointed chief administrative officer for the LaRue County Jail, has voiced in several interviews the need to reduce contraband in the jail.

    Two inmates, accused of bringing cell phones into the detention center, were indicted by a LaRue County grand jury July 19.

    Jason Kitzero, 33, of Bonnieville, was charged with first-degree contraband after allegedly bringing a cell phone and charger in to the jail June 28.

    He was charged also with manufacturing methamphetamine June 2.

    Bail was set at $5,000 cash only.

  • Fiscal Court continues to debate Mesonet site

    LaRue County Fiscal Court magistrates discussed further steps to acquiring a Mesonet weather station site for LaRue County as they met July 27 at the courthouse in Hodgenville.

    The court previously had approved construction of the station at the LaRue County Environmental Education and Research Center off Leafdale Road.

    Bob Sims, the county’s community development director, said construction halted after previous owners of the property voiced their opposition to it being built there.