Today's News

  • Old Timers basketball

    Some events that people experience, even when they happened many years ago, have a way of finding a resting place in their minds so that memories of those occasions can be pulled up almost as fresh as when they were made.

    Even though over 60 years have passed, Murrell Smith, who graduated from Hodgenville High School in 1954, remembers very well his high school days on the basketball court and the rivalry between his Eagles, the Magnolia Majors, and the Buffalo Bisons.

  • Glen Rice concert is April 20

    The Glen Rice Family and Friends concert series will hold a “Moments in Time… Yours in Mine” concert at the Hardin County Schools’ Performing Arts Center in Elizabethtown at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 20.

    The show will feature Glen Rice and the music concert series band of Glenn Williams, Jon Spratt, Lou Bingham, Ben Probus, Larry Denham, David Whoberry and Jeremy Nalley. Other musicians joining them on stage are Christy Miller, Clinton Spaulding, Jeananne Flanagan, Wayne Sexton, David Dunaway and Ron Meyer.

  • Blood drive scheduled April 10
  • Adams speaks at LaRue GOP meeting
  • LCMS volleyball season ends

    As postseason play began last week for the LCMS Girls Volleyball team the 7th grade Lady Hawks faced a tough first round opponent in the Lady Panthers from T.K. Stone.

    In the first set the Lady Panthers jumped out quickly taking control of the first set thus defeating the Lady Hawks by a score of (21-5). In the second set the Lady Hawks continued to battle, but the Lady Panthers pulled away for a (21-9) victory securing the match against the Lady Hawks.

  • Putting our pensions on a stronger path

    Legislation to put Kentucky’s pension systems on a stronger trajectory has passed the General Assembly. This measure puts the retirement of our teachers, law enforcement, and state workers on sounder footing, and is based heavily off of the input and concerns of these valued public servants.

    I have 10 teachers and 11 state employees in my family, and I would never do anything to hurt those people. They are my pride and joy, and it has been my top priority this session to fully fund their retirement and health insurance.

  • Calendars - April 4, 2018

    Community calendar


    LACE nominations

    The LaRue County Community Education (LACE) Advisory Council is accepting nominations for the 2018 Community Education Service Award and the Judy Cox Community Spirit award. Nominations must be received by March 31, 2018 and can be mailed to LaRue County Community Education, 208 College Street, Hodgenville, KY 42748 or emailed to conniegoff@larue.kyschools.us. For more information contact Jean Mills at 270-358-9926.


    District Board

  • April Bookmobile schedule

    April 4 Learn & Grow


      Maxine Rd.

      Mill Rd

      New Jackson Hwy

    April 5 Laugh & Learn


      North L & N

    Dangerfield Rd

    Lyon’s Station

    Bardstown Rd.

    April 9 LCMS

    April 10 LCHS

    Sunrise Manor

    Bulk Foods

    Carter Bro. Rd

    April 11 Kingdom Kids

    Senior Center


    Campbellsville Rd

    April 16 Preschool A.L.E.S

  • LCHS Speech and Chorus perform Sister Act
  • Church calendar - April 4, 2018

    Primitive Quartet

    The Primitive Quartet from Candler, NC will be performing at the Cave City Convention Center at 7 p.m. CDT, Friday, April 6. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. CDT. No tickets will be sold, as a love offering will be received. For more information call 270-849-8991.

    Hodgenville Church of Christ Gospel meeting