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Today's News

  • Hilda Harned named ‘Mrs. Scott County’

    They may be senior citizens, but they’re young at heart — and two of them at the Georgetown-Scott County Senior Activity Center are now royalty.

    During a luau at the center in Georgetown on Thursday, Willy Braunstein and Hilda Harned became Mr. and Mrs. Scott County Senior Citizens.
    Braunstein said there are nice folks at the center, and the Ohio native has been going there for about 10 years.

    “It’s a good group. We try to stick together as a group. Senior citizens should stick together,” he said.

  • There is satisfaction in laboring for the Lord

    “A man can do nothing better than to eat and drink and find satisfaction in his work” (Ecclesiastes 2:24).  

    I probably am among those who major on the first part of that verse – eating.   But the writer says that a man needs to find satisfaction in his work. This advice is good for us to remember this Labor Day.

  • Church Calendar -September 4, 2013

    MOVIE: Close Encounters of the God Kind at Greater Works
    Greater Works Church, 102 N. Walters Ave., Hodgenville, will show Rev. Jesse Duplantis’ testimony, “Close Encounters of the God Kind” 7 p.m. Sept. 4. For more information, contact Pastor Jack Stanley at 358-8399.

    Wednesday program at Mount Tabor
    Mount Tabor Baptist Church will begin its Wednesday program 6-7:30 p.m. on Sept. 4. Classes are for preschool through high school. For more information call 270-325-3540.

  • Woman's body found

    A search and rescue effort ended Sunday afternoon in LaRue County when emergency personnel found a missing women dead.

    911 Director Dennis Wells said Valerie Holt, 28, of Lyons Station, and a man were riding a four-wheeler at Otter Creek near Wayne Ennis Road when they lost control in a flash flood.

    The water swept the four-wheeler away, he said, and Holt disappeared under the water. The man was was able to get out of the water, Wells said.

  • Rescuers looking for missing woman
  • BOIL WATER ADVISORY LIFTED

     A boil water advisory, issued by Hodgenville Water Works for customers on Lincoln Boulevard in the vicinity of LaRue County High School, LaRue County EMS, Lincoln Trail Mobile Home Park and the County Barn, has been lifted.

    The advisory was issued due to a water line being hit while other repairs were being made. The City shut down ongoing repairs to deal with the new break.

    No contaminants have been confirmed to the area's water.

    For more information, contact Hodgenville City Hall at 358-3832.

  • Man injured in farming accident

    A LaRue County farmer is recovering from injuries sustained in a silage chopper.

    Gary Rock was working in a field on Slack Road in Roanoke about 6:30 p.m. Thursday. He was using a self-propelled chopper to cut corn stalks when the equipment apparently jammed.

    The machine uses a belt to pull the corn stalks into the cutter.  Rock apparently kicked or pushed the clog with his foot, according to his son-in-law, Chris Loyall. He was pulled into the cutter.

  • BOIL WATER ADVISORY

    A boil water advisory has been issued by Hodgenville Water Works for customers on Lincoln Boulevard in the vicinity of LaRue County High School, LaRue County EMS, Lincoln Trail Mobile Home Park and the County Barn.

    The advisory was issued due to a water line being hit while other repairs were being made. The City shut down ongoing repairs to deal with the new break.

    Until further notice, boil all water used for drinking and cooking. Bring water to a rolling boil for three minutes - and let cool -  before using.

  • Civil Rights March turns 50 today

    Today is the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, remembered most for the "I have a Dream" speech by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who was assassinated less than five years later, after winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Why does the speech "exert such a potent hold on people around the world and across the generations?" asks Michoko Kakutani of The New York Times.

  • Buffalo Village Post Office holds grand opening

    Representatives from the U.S. Postal Service held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday for the Buffalo Village Post Office.

    The VPO is located at Y Not Stop, 2202 Greensburg Road.

    Todd Morris, owner of the convenience store, agreed to place the post office boxes at Y Not Stop after Buffalo Post Office was closed on July 5 due to a brown recluse spider infestation.

    The VPO will continue to operate even after the regular post office re-opens, said Roland Moore, VPO coordinator for the Kentuckiana district.