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Today's News

  • Hodgenville business robbed at gunpoint

    Police are searching for two suspects who held up a Hodgenville shopkeeper at gunpoint.Jose Francisco Trejo, an employee at Mexico Lindo, 112 S. Walters Ave., reported the incident to 911 about 7:11 p.m. Sunday, according to Lt. Steve Johnson of Hodgenville City Police.The suspects, believed to be two Hispanic males, were wearing ski masks and gloves, Johnson said. One held a pistol, the other a shotgun while demanding money from the clerk. An undetermined amount of cash was taken.A witness saw the suspects leave the scene in a silver four-door vehicle.

  • Lincoln Museum offers new Christmas ornament
  • Chaordica blends chaos with harmony

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  • Clarkson man injured in wreck

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  • Abraham Lincoln Presidential $1 Coin available this week

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  • Detention Center regaining credibility
  • Buffalo Apartments ahead of schedule
  • Glendale man's drawing chosen for U.S. Army symbol

    A local man found a way to symbolize his respect for the U.S. Army by creating the symbol himself.

    A logo created by Terry Wise, a cartoonist and contractor for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Systems assigned to the 3rd Medical Recruiting Battalion, was selected as the theme logo for the Year of the Station Commander program, which recognizes work that station commanders, who are in charge of recruiters, do.

  • KNOB CREEK: National Park Service wants input about Boyhood Home

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  • Veterans honored with parade, ceremony

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    On Sunday, Nov. 7, LaRue County honored veterans with a parade and ceremony.

    William Greenleaf was the parade's grand marshal.