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Today's News

  • Grand jury to hear two meth cases

    A LaRue County grand jury will hear cases against two men accused of manufacturing methamphetamine. The cases appear to be unrelated.

    Last week, LaRue County District Judge C. Derek Reed found probable cause in separate cases against Jason Scott Hatcher, 24, of North L&N Turnpike, Hodgenville, and Larry Ray Riggs, 56, of Slack Road, Hodgenville.

    Hatcher

  • CU students spend spring break giving back

    Many Campbellsville University students will continue the annual tradition and will spend their spring break helping others. They will be participating in mission trips in various locations across the United States, as well as in Costa Rica.

    Drew Simpson of Hodgenville, a LaRue County High School graduate, will travel with a small group to Atlanta, Ga.; Charleston, S.C.; and Gainesville, Fla.

    The students will do inner city work.

    The groups are being sponsored by CU’s Baptist Campus Ministry.

    Spring break at CU is March 15-19.

  • 4-H Poetry Contest winners announced

    Congratulations to all the participants in the 4-H Poetry Contest.  Participants are to be commended for their efforts. Eighty-one poems were entered and the poems have been judged. The results are listed as follows.

    The poems were divided into two age groups for judging. Junior division participants are ages 9-13 and the senior age division includes 14-18 year olds.

    The top 11 junior poems and the top senior poem will advance to the District competition.

  • Scholarship calendar

    Woman’s Club

  • Zajdel wins triple jump contest in Tennessee

    The LaRue County Hawks boys track and field team placed seventh and the girls placed 13th in the 17-team meet March 20 at Kenwood High School in Clarksville, Tenn.

    Truman Padgett led the way with a victory in the 400-meter with a time of 51.8 seconds. He also placed third in the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.9 seconds.  Other high finishers were Tyler Davenport finishing second in the shotput with a throw of 44’ 11”; and Shana Zajdel with a third place finish in the triple jump with a jump of 29’ 10”. 

  • Stink bug invasion a sign of spring

    You know spring is right around the corner when March flowers and crocuses start poking through the ground and Bootsie Satan has killed his first bluebird.

    That dratted cat that my husband Bud hates and I tolerate did it again – picked out the brightest bird he could find and wasted it.

    He didn’t bother to eat it. Just left it in the yard as an offering for me to fret about. He is too arrogant to pick up on my displeasure.

    He was neutered and de-clawed several years ago and counseled on several occasions.

    I’ve even bargained with him.

  • Habitat for Humanity helps women make a difference

    The Western Kentucky University Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity along with Warren County Habitat for Humanity will be leading a Women Build Day on May 1 at a house being constructed in Warren County.

  • Habitat for Humanity helps women make a difference

    The Western Kentucky University Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity along with Warren County Habitat for Humanity will be leading a Women Build Day on May 1 at a house being constructed in Warren County.

  • Habitat for Humanity helps women make a difference

    The Western Kentucky University Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity along with Warren County Habitat for Humanity will be leading a Women Build Day on May 1 at a house being constructed in Warren County.

  • Spring is a good time to reflect on the cross

    The cross is the most conspicuous symbol in Christianity. Churches are built in the shape of a cross. Crosses are carved on pulpits or pulpits are made in the shape of a cross. Crosses are on some church steeples. We magnify the cross in Christianity. It would mutilate our hymn books and New Testament if we took out every reference to the cross.