Today's News

  • Hangin’ with Heroes
  • Jail Log - January 3, 2018

    Bookings at the LaRue County Detention Center from Friday, December 22 to Friday, December 29, 2017

    Travis Wayne O’Bannon, 31, of Hodgenville was lodged for alcohol intoxication in a public place and menacing. He was later released from LCDC.

  • News of Record - January 3, 2018


    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the LaRue County Clerk’s Offi ce in Hodgenville.

    Charles Eugene and Carol A. Hornback and Richard Curtis and Kerry Renea Hornback and Donald Ray and Tina Marie Hornback to Ronald Dale and Barbara Nunn, property on Ferrill Hill Road, $47,200.

    Dennis R. and Janet Turner Cruse to Kenneth T. and Carly J. Reed, property in the Dennis and Janet Cruse Agricultural Division, $40,000.

  • Breaking the Holy huddle
  • The Way to Good Days in 2018

    The Apostle Peter says, “Whoever would love life and see good days must …” (1Peter 3:10-12). Peter goes ahead to tell us some things that we must do to see these good days. These are fascinating verses as we enter a new year for all of us would like good days in 2018.

  • Workforce Development Board honors entrepreneur’s service as chairman

    As a resident and elected official within the Lincoln Trail region - comprised of LaRue, Breckinridge, Grayson, Hardin, Marion, Meade, Nelson and Washington counties - I see so much of which to be proud, and without hesitation, I include our region’s workforce development system among our points of pride.

  • Perspectives: My First Year in the State House

    When I signed up to run for office just a short time ago, I had a strong desire to do all that I could to improve the quality of life in Green, LaRue and Marion counties. After my first year as your State Representative, it is clear that our area has made great strides.

  • Bring on 2018

    Another holiday season is in the books as Christmas and New Year’s Eve have already passed and we are now into a new year.

    On the night of New Year’s Eve and the days leading up to it, I kept thinking about the irony of the holiday. Of course, the holiday’s theme song is “Auld Lang Syne.” I always wondered what the meaning of the song was, so I researched it online and was left more confused than I was before I started researching.

  • Hawks win Magnolia Bank Classic

    The Hawks varsity basketball team dominated the Magnolia Bank Classic last week as they beat three teams by 20 points or more.

    The tournament was kicked off for the Hawks with a 66-42 win against the Grayson County Cougars on Thursday, December 28.

    The Hawks jumped out to a 18-7 first quarter lead by using their size inside and full court defense. The Hawks led 30-19 at halftime.

    The Hawks continued to click on offense in the third quarter extending their lead to 45-30. The Hawks went on to win by 24 points in the fourth quarter.

  • Lady Hawks go 2-1 in tourney

    The Lady Hawks varsity basketball team went 2-1 with wins against Marion County and Danville in the Banker Hardwood Classic held in Russell County last week.

    The Lady Hawks ended the tournament with a 52-48 win against the Marion County Lady Knights on Saturday, December 30.

    The Lady Hawks struggled at the beginning of the game as they trailed 13-12 at the end of the first quarter and 25-19 at halftime.