Today's News

  • Nelson Baptist hold math incentive in Hodgenville

    Several businesses in Hodgenville were stops for a Math Lab Incentive for Nelson County Baptist School students last month.

    The eighteen math students were accompanied by their math tutor, Teresa Gilbert of Hodgenville, for their Math Lab Incentive on May 2. The students ranged from third through seventh grades and Gilbert said they had worked all school year to earn the opportunity to participate in the Math Lab Incentive.

  • Church Calendar

    Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery maintenance

    The Pleasant Grove Baptist Church Cemetery is requesting donations to help with maintenance. To donate, send checks to Martha Stephens, 360 White City Road, Hodgenville KY 42748 or Sharon Crady 201 Abes Way, Hodgenville KY 42748.

    Mt. Sherman Cemetery maintenance

    The Old Mt Sherman Cemetery is accepting donations for upkeep. Checks can be mailed to Dale Warren, 3624 Sand Ridge Rd, Magnolia, KY 42757. For more information, call 270-528-4142

  • Nothing but God

    Once there was a woman with nothing. No husband, no money, no food, no income, no prospects of anything getting better .... nothing.  She had two sons and her creditors were coming to take them as slaves.  In her nothingness, she came to a prophet of God.  She shared with him her story (2 Kings 4:1-7).

  • The battle of temptation

    By Paul Richie
    Guest Columnist


    Every individual is at war against temptation. In some form or fashion, temptation creeps at the door of life and attempts to enter. It masquerades around as beautiful and desirable to prey upon the ambition, appetites, and aesthetic gaze of men and women.

  • Happening at the library
  • Girl Scouts help place over 100 flags at Veteran graves
  • Community welcomes Skaggs

    A welcome reception for the newly appointed principal of LaRue County High School, Denise Skaggs, was held at the school on Thursday, May 25. Local community members and fellow educators came out to officially welcome Skaggs into her new role.

  • The right tech gear for kids

    I constantly hear parents say their kids are more tech savvy than they are. Sometimes it almost sounds like a badge of honor. Not good. I have no doubt that you have been following stories such as:

  • Hodgenville native promoted to WKU Associate AD

    Hodgenville native Mike Gaddie, an 18-year veteran of the Western Kentucky University Athletic Training Staff and 29-year veteran of the profession, has been named Associate Athletic Director for Sports Medicine and Athletic Training.

    Gaddie succeeds Bill Edwards, who will retire effective June 30, and will assume his new role July 1.

  • Court briefs - May 31, 2017

    Annabelle R. Carlen had her charges dismissed with prejudice. She was charged with complicity of a convicted felon in possession of a firearm, complicity of first degree possession of a controlled substance, complicity of cultivation of marijuana five plants or more, complicity of drug paraphernalia, complicity of possession of marijuana and first degree persistent felony offender.