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Today's News

  • Cruisers ask downtown businesses to extend hours

    By Ben Sheroan

    General Manager

    Antique auto enthusiasts are asking downtown businesses to consider extending hours during monthly car shows on Lincoln Square.

    The Goodtime Cruisers Car Club is coming off its largest cruise-in in the local organization’s eight-year history. The August event attracted 126 vintage vehicles, said Scott Gardner, club president. Shopping opportunities or other activities around the square would enhance the free exhibition and the event delivers potential customers.

  • Cruisers ask downtown businesses to extend hours

    By Ben Sheroan

    General Manager

    Antique auto enthusiasts are asking downtown businesses to consider extending hours during monthly car shows on Lincoln Square.

    The Goodtime Cruisers Car Club is coming off its largest cruise-in in the local organization’s eight-year history. The August event attracted 126 vintage vehicles, said Scott Gardner, club president. Shopping opportunities or other activities around the square would enhance the free exhibition and the event delivers potential customers.

  • Cruisers ask downtown businesses to extend hours

    By Ben Sheroan

    General Manager

    Antique auto enthusiasts are asking downtown businesses to consider extending hours during monthly car shows on Lincoln Square.

    The Goodtime Cruisers Car Club is coming off its largest cruise-in in the local organization’s eight-year history. The August event attracted 126 vintage vehicles, said Scott Gardner, club president. Shopping opportunities or other activities around the square would enhance the free exhibition and the event delivers potential customers.

  • Pass-happy E'town preps for run-loving LaRue

    Tonight’s LaRue County vs. Elizabethtown high school football game is a contrast in styles.

  • Upton holds annual celebrations

    A large crowd turned out to watch the Upton Days parade Saturday.

  • Adult Education program audited by state

    LaRue County Adult and Family Education was one of 31 adult education programs audited by State Auditor Crit Luallen for last fiscal year. The adult education programs have been funded by the Council on Postsecondary Education since 2000. Last year’s grants totaled $11.6 million. This was the fourth year the state auditor’s office was requested to audit CPE’s grant recipients.

  • Be aware of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

    Sept. 9 was set aside for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder Awareness. As a mother of children affected by Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder I would like to share some statistics with you about FASD.

  • Hodgenville man hospitalized after motorcycle crash

    A Hodgenville man is in fair condition in a Louisville hospital after crashing the motorcycle he was driving.

    About noon Tuesday, Sept. 15, Donald Marshall, 47, of Kerrick Lane, was driving a 1998 Harley Davidson motorcycle on North Lincoln Boulevard near Lincoln Village Apartments. According to Police Chief John Cottrill, Marshall’s motorcycle rear-ended a 2005 Mercury passenger car driven by James R. Daughtery, 69, of Bardstown Road.

    “Witnesses said speed was a factor,” Cottrill said.

  • LaRue beats Glasgow 28-24

    For the second consecutive week, late-game heroics propelled LaRue County to a varsity football victory Friday.

    The Hawks defeated Glasgow 28-24. Drew Newberry scored the go-ahead touchdown in the game's final minute.

    Alex Lee gained 143 yards rushing for the Hawks and quarterback Jordan Brewer ran for one touchdown and threw for another.

    LaRue came-from-behind last week to beat Green County 28-27. The latest win improves the Hawks' record to 3-1 on the season.

    LaRue County's three-game road trip concludes Friday, Sept. 25, with a game at Elizabethtown.

  • Fundraiser calendar

    Good Shepherds Mission Store

    The Good Shepherd Mission Store in Magnolia is accepting donations, of food, clothing, household items, money or anything they can sell. All proceeds go to the Shepherd’s Pie Food Pantry at Magnolia Cumberland Presbyterian Church for the needy. For more information, call 324-4968.

    LaRue County Senior Citizens Center