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Today's News

  • JUST ASK: What about those old planes?

    I saw and heard what appeared to be World War II airplanes flying between Buffalo and Mount Sherman last Tuesday. Any idea what is going on?

     

    Several restored World War II commemorative aircrafts were on display last week at the Bardstown-Nelson County Airport, according to The Kentucky Standard.

    It was part of the American Navion Society National Convention, an annual event where pilots throughout the country gather to showcase their historic planes.

  • Veteran recalls service in Vietnam

     When Gordon Bright graduated from LaRue County High School in 1965, he set traveling and seeing the world as major goals.

  • World War II veteran honored in Washington, D.C.

    World War II Army veteran Albert Peace of Magnolia didn’t march in any tickertape parades when he came home from the war in 1945, but he received rousing thanks for his service from crowds of people when he took an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C, June 6.
    “It was so touching to see people in uniform, others in casual clothes, even a group of elementary school children waving American flags and cheering,” said Sandy Johnson, Peace’s daughter who accompanied her father.

  • White: 'Death penalty eligible case'

     A Radcliff man could be facing a death sentence if convicted of the murder of a young woman.

  • Free Movie Night features 'The Bucket List'

     What would you do with your life if you knew your days were numbered?

    That’s the premise of “The Bucket List,” the next installment of Free Movie Night.

    On Saturday, July 28, the 2007 movie, starring Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, will be shown on the large screen at the Hodgenville Civic Center.

    Nicholson’s character Edward is a billionaire; Freeman’s character Carter is a blue collar worker. Both have cancer and end up sharing a room in the hospital.

  • Cancer prevention study enrollment taken at Flaget

    Central Kentuckians are invited to participate in the American Cancer Society’s “Cancer Prevention Study-3.” The study is open to anyone between the ages of 30-65, who has never had a cancer diagnosis (besides basal or squamous cell skin cancer) and is willing to commit long-term to the study.

  • House struck by lightning

    Magnolia and Buffalo firefighters responded to the scene of a house fire on S. L&N Turnpike about 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
    According to Mike Cottrell of Magnolia Fire Department, lightning struck the home and set the gas meter on fire.
    “I’ve never seen that before,” said Cottrell.
    No major damage was done to the house, however, Kentucky Utilities was called to check the electrical service.

  • PHOTO: Vincent wins $20 gift certificate from summer reading program

    Candy Vincent was the winner of a $20 gift certificate from Lincolns Loft for the LaRue County Public Library’s adult summer reading program. Another drawing for a $20 certificate will be held on July 31. The more books you read, the more entries you have. Cathy Luttrell, LCPL adult programs coordinator, presented Vincent with the certificate.

  • Underwood to serve 15 years

    A Campbellsville man will serve 15 years in jail after pleading guilty to an amended count of second-degree assault.

    Jimmy Dean Underwood, 47, of Coakley Road, was charged Jan. 29 with first-degree assault; first-degree wanton endangerment; operating motor vehicle while license suspended for DUI, first offense; operating motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, second offense; reckless driving; and possession of open container in vehicle.

  • Fort Knox Federal begins construction of Valley Station branch

    Fort Knox Federal Credit Union will build its first free-standing branch in Jefferson County at 9905 Dixie Highway in the Meijer’s Shopping Center complex.  Construction will commence immediately with a tentatively scheduled opening by the end of 2012, Bill Rissel, Fort Knox Federal President and CEO, announced Friday at the Southwest Government Center.