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Today's News

  • Grassland Reserve deadline approaching

    Natural Resources Conservation Service in Kentucky is accepting applications for the Grassland Reserve Program. Although GRP applications are continually accepted, the application ranking cutoff date is June 1.

    The Grassland Reserve Program is a voluntary program offering landowners and operators the opportunity to protect grazing uses and related conservation values by conserving and restoring grassland resources. 

  • Volleyball team offers all-skills camp

    The Lady Hawks volleyball team will host an all-skills camp for girls through eighth grade 8-11 a.m. June 8-9 at LaRue County High School.

    Registration is $40 and includes a T-shirt. Deadline to register is May 29.

    Pick up forms at Hodgenville Elementary, Abraham Lincoln Elementary and LaRue County Middle schools. Return forms to Coach Ben Schell at LCHS (358-2210) or Lisa DeWitt at LaRue Insurance (358-3101).

  • Lady Hawks smash John Hardin

    (DELAYED)

    The Lady Hawks dropped a game against Campbellsville May 14, 10-4.

    It was a game of stark contrast. The Lady Hawks started out the game in good form, scoring one run in the third inning, one in the fourth and two in the fifth. The game turned 180 degrees, though, in the sixth inning when the Campbellsville Eagles scored nine runs.

  • College develops Army 101 class online

    Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, One Knox and the Lincoln Trail Workforce Investment Board, working together with their Army partners are offering a new online course, Army 101, that can help people better prepare for future jobs at Fort Knox. 

  • Truck Sales owners plead guilty to fraud

    The three former owners of LaRue County Truck Sales have entered guilty pleas in LaRue Circuit Court to charges of defrauding creditors and customers.

    Kenneth D. Bailey, 68, and his wife Linda Gardner Bailey, 64, formerly of Arlington, Texas, and their partner Steve Sweat, 42, of Lexington, Tenn., pleaded guilty to 15 counts of theft by deception, complicity; 30 counts of theft by failure to make required disposition of property over $300, complicity; and 15 counts of defrauding a secured creditor over $100, complicity.

  • Custody battle may be at root of Bardstown murder-suicide

    A custody battle is the apparent reason for a murder-suicide involving a 21-month-old, according to officials and family.

    Timothy L. Frazier, 28, and his 21-month-old son, Cole Lance Frazier, were found dead by Nelson County Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday at 110 Tree Top Drive.

  • Custody battle may be at root of Bardstown murder-suicide

    A custody battle is the apparent reason for a murder-suicide involving a 21-month-old, according to officials and family.

    Timothy L. Frazier, 28, and his 21-month-old son, Cole Lance Frazier, were found dead by Nelson County Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday at 110 Tree Top Drive.

  • Custody battle may be at root of Bardstown murder-suicide

    A custody battle is the apparent reason for a murder-suicide involving a 21-month-old, according to officials and family.

    Timothy L. Frazier, 28, and his 21-month-old son, Cole Lance Frazier, were found dead by Nelson County Sheriff’s deputies Tuesday at 110 Tree Top Drive.

  • Planning and zoning meeting rescheduled

    The May 14 meeting of Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning was not held as a quorum of members was not present.

    The meeting will be held 7 p.m. May 28 at the fiscal courtroom.

    Rezonings requested are:

    •1.22 acres on Presidential Boulevard. from highway business to single family residential;

    •One acre at 891 Veirs Road from agricultural to single family residential;

  • Lady Hawks fall in first round of region

    The LaRue County Lady Hawks softball season came to an abrupt end Monday at the Fifth Region Tournament at North Hardin High School. The Nelson County Lady Cardinals beat the Lady Hawks 4-0 in the opening round. 

    Amelia Miller pitched seven strong innings striking out six batters while giving up only one earned run in the loss. Costly errors in the first and third innings by the Lady Hawks and a timely triple by Lady Cardinal catcher Sarah Beth Gillis, accounted for three of the four runs.