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Today's News

  • Hodgenville News

    Thought for the week: Nine things to remember when you don’t feel supported.

    1. You can’t please everyone, 2. You are your number one priority, 3. You don’t owe anyone anything, 4. Your dreams matter

    5. It’s okay if they don’t understand, 6. Some people are just insecure and don’t believe, 7. No one can predict the future of your life, 8. You don’t need anyone’s permission and 9. You are the only one who has to be okay with the decision you make.

  • Four functions of management

    By Dr. Chuck Crain

    Business owners recognize the four main functions of management: planning, organizing, controlling, and leading and motivating. These four functions are invaluable when it comes to ensuring that your business runs effectively and efficiently. When determining how the four functions of management apply to your business, business owners have to evaluate their resources.

  • Ford indicted for sexual abuse

    LCHS and LCMS girls’ head basketball coach Simon Ford resigned Monday after he was indicted for first degree sexual abuse. Read more about the developing story in the September 21 issue of the LaRue County Herald News.

  • Hodgenville News - September 14, 2016

    Thought for the week: Life comes around once, so do whatever makes you happy and be with whoever makes you smile.

    Last Saturday I walked the 5k walk/run at the Iron Horse Festival in New Haven. It was my first official walk and I won third place in 50 or over group with a time of 3 miles in 48 minutes.

    On Sunday we attended the 2016 Lyons Station Class reunion and I enjoyed seeing everyone.

  • Community news - September 14, 2016

    Carlos Cox is in rehab at Hardin Memorial Hospital. This Friday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. will be the Sunrise Manor Hoedown at the Sunrise Manor Nursing Home. This is open to the public. All families and friends that has residents at the nursing are encouraged to attend. This is an enjoyable event that is well supported and attended. Sunday was the annual Homecoming at Second Baptist Church in Greensburg.

  • Fundraising calendar

    Boy Scout Troop 369 carwash, yard sale and raffle

    Boy Scout Troop 369 will have their annual mobile pressure washer car wash, yard sale and raffle beginning at 9 a.m. on September 17 at LaRue County Farm Bureau in Hodgenville. For more information contact Britt Sherrard 270-735-5715.

    New Haven School Community Carnival and Silent Auction

  • Reunion calendar

    Slayton Reunion

    The Slayton Reunion will be held September 18, 2016 at 12:30 in the Senior Citizens Building in Hodgenville. Bring covered dishes, drinks and desserts as well as serving utensils. We will be making the decision as to whether to continue the reunions due to declining interest. With a few exceptions, this reunion has been taking place for 65 years. For more information, contact Geneva Milby at 270-324-3543.

    LCHS Class of 1966

  • Historic church celebrates Homecoming

    As I drove throughout the county with my mother Mary Smith and aunt Arneva Smith, I visited Mount Salem Baptist Church during their annual homecoming services on July 10. The church is located near three county lines, LaRue, Hart and Green Counties.

    When we arrived on the church grounds we were greeted with smiles, handshakes and hugs from the congregation. Mount Salem is a small community that consist of friendly people that demonstrated love, compassion and fellowship.

  • Happening at LaRue County Chamber of Commerce

    It has been a busy summer at the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce. We thank everyone who visited and volunteered at our booth at the Kentucky State Fair. It is a huge undertaking and would not be possible without the continuous support from our chamber members and community volunteers.

    We also thank our Lincoln sponsors: Fort Knox Federal Credit Union, LaRue-Carey Insurance Group and Blazin Xpressions. Our Lincoln presenters included: Mr. Jim Sayre and Mr. Larry Elliott as Abraham Lincoln and Mrs. Mary Elliott as Mary Todd Lincoln.

    Leadership LaRue 2016-2017

  • Rotary Guest: Minor and Brockman