Today's News

  • Five indicted by grand jury

    Five people were recently indicted by the LaRue County Grand Jury on Monday, June 20.

    Robert E. Aubrey, 52, of Elizabethtown was indicted on one count of first degree wanton endangerment and one count of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The alleged offenses occurred on October 22, 2015. He is accused of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, which created a substantial danger to a minor in the vehicle. His bail was set at $9,500.

  • Lost in LaRue - June 29, 2016

    I found myself turning on to White City Road one morning before work. Some times I get tired of driving the same route all the time. I’m not sure I’ve found every possible way to drive from New Haven to Hodgenville, but I’m working on it. Part of what drives me to find different routes is that I really don’t like to be predictable and when you have a smart phone that tracks your morning commute patterns, well, that’s all the motivation I need to mix it up a bit every now and then.

  • Fiscal Court approves budget

    LaRue County magistrates, meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville Monday afternoon, heard Judge-Executive Tommy Turner give second reading to the county’s Fiscal Year 2016-17 budget.

    The total included $3,839,150 in the General Fund, $1,855,460 in the Road Fund, and $2,114,600 in the Jail Fund.

    The court also approved the county clerk’s bond set at $100,000.

    In other business, Emergency Medical Services Director Mike Cottrell reported 164 ambulance runs in May.

  • Scammer gets tricked by LaRue County woman and local deputy

    The tables were turned for a telephone scammer on June 17 when he called a LaRue County woman claiming to be her grandson.

    Janet Marcum of Buffalo wasn’t about to be taken in by this scammer’s convincing story.

  • Weekly food pantry continues to help others

    A weekly food pantry in LaRue County is continuing to help others in need after opening in 2009.

    The Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry is located at the Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church on 235 Old L and N Turnpike in Magnolia. The food pantry is open to everyone and their hours are 2 to 6 p.m. every Tuesday at the church.

    Volunteer Gil Myers said the food pantry opened in 2009 when Fran and Bill McDowell saw a need for a food pantry.

  • Goodtime Cruiser Cruise in on the Square
  • Cooking Corner - June 29, 2016

    Orange Dreamsicle Fudge

    1 bag white chips (I used Nestle Premium white chips)

    1 can white frosting (NOT whipped)

    Crush Orange Ice Cream topping

  • Child's Play
  • Having fun while learning

    The 29 students enrolled in Kids Crew are experiencing summer activities ranging from dinosaurs to karate.

    “We try to make everything we do have an educational benefit for our kids,” said Janet Campbell, in her second year as director of the daycare located at the LaRue County Board of Education in Hodgenville.

    With lead teachers Jane Kelly(preschool age), Karyn Arnold(younger school age), and Delia Locke(older school age) assisting her with the children ages 3-12, Campbell has organized a summer full of learning activities and experiences.

  • First 4-H Day Camp

    The first of three 4-H Day Camps will be held tomorrow on Thursday, June 30 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the LaRue County Environmental Education Center on Leafdale Road in Hodgenville.