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Today's News

  • FBLA competes at regional conference

    The Future Business Leaders of America Club at LCHS competed in Regional Conference at Western Kentucky University Feb. 25. The FBLA Regional Conference recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. At the FBLA Conferences, students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills. Each event is governed by specific guidelines and rating sheets. Competitive events fall into three categories: individual, team and chapter. Twenty students from the LCHS FBLA Chapter competed in several business events.

  • Church calendar

    Gospel meeting

    Hodgenville Church of Christ will hold a gospel meeting 7:30 p.m. April 5-9. For more information, call 766-2725.

    Hope Food Pantry

    The Hope Food Pantry at Hodgenville United Methodist Church, 825 Tonieville Road, will distribute food at 5 p.m. April 14 for those in need. For more information, call 358-3028 or 358-9328.

  • Miller speaks on history of Valley Creek

    Ancestral Trails Historical Society met this month with guest speaker Joe Carroll Miller who spoke on the history of Valley Creek Church.

    Miller has been the clerk of the church for over 50 years. She displayed all the books containing the past minutes of the church back to the beginning in 1872 when it was formed. W.C. Rogers donated the land for the first church. The present church was built in 1995.

  • Doesn't understand board member's rationale

    As a LaRue County High School Site-Based Decision-Making Council parent member, I am troubled and saddened by the Laptops of LaRue dissension speech given by board member Norbert Skees during the Board meeting March 15. I must say the “Nay” vote was expected, but the justification for his vote would have been better left unsaid.

  • County’s recycling efforts pay off

    Last year, LaRue County’s Renaissance Recycling center, on East Water Street in Hodgenville, collected 1.2 million pounds of cardboard, plastic, paper, glass and other items for reuse that otherwise would have wound up in a landfill.

    “I am amazed how supportive the people have been,” said Jill Gray, the county’s solid waste coordinator who saw the center’s yearly collections grow from 150 tons its first year (2006) to 2009’s whopping 590 tons.

    Tommy Turner, LaRue County judge-executive, also was impressed.

  • LCMS volleyball results

    7th Grade

    Lost to Taylor County 2-0 (Set 1 Score:  21-11; Set 2 Score:  21-19)

    Won against Campbellsville 2-0 (Set 1 Score:  21-15; Set 2 Score:  21-15)

    Lost to Hart County 2-0 (Set 1 Score:  21-7; Set 2 Score:  21-17)

    Won against Russell County 2-0 (Set 1 Score:  21-12; Set 2 Score:  21-18)

    Won against Campbellsville 2-0 (Set 1 Score:  21-11; Set 2 Score:  21-12)

    Lost to Green County 2-0 (Set 1 Score:  21-15; Set 2 Score:  21-14)

    8th Grade

  • Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System to expand

    Lincoln Trail Behavioral Health System in Radcliff will add 24 beds to accommodate adults coping with mental illness and/or chemical dependency.

  • Laptop supporters begin petition drive for new vote

    After failing to win unanimous support from the School Board for the Laptops of LaRue program, a group of supporters is calling for a new vote.

    At an organizational meeting Monday of Laptops for LaRue N.O.W. (No Opportunity Wasted), Chamber of Commerce President Kenny Rambo led a discussion of organizing a grassroots petition effort.

    About 40 people – parents, current and retired educators and students – gathered at the Civic Center to brainstorm ways of convincing the board to reconsider its vote.

  • City and county residents may take advantage of clean-up days

    It was brought to my attention that I made an error in my article last week in regards to the citizens of the City of Hodgenville. I am very sorry to have misled anyone and hope this article will clear up this issue.

  • Man charged with causing '07 barn fire

    A Hodgenville man has been charged with causing a fire that destroyed a Hawkins Road barn Dec. 30, 2007.

    Phillip Despain, 31, was charged with second-degree arson by Kentucky State Police and indicted by a LaRue County grand jury March 15. The indictment claims Despain started the fire “with the intent to destroy or damage the barn ….”

    Bail was set at $25,000 cash only with conditions of no further law violations and no communication with the alleged victim.