Today's News

  • Police investigated alleged threat at Nationwide

    Hodgenville City Police investigated a report of a threat by an employee at Nationwide Uniform last week.
    Police Chief Steve Johnson said no charges were brought against the person who allegedly made the threat and Nationwide managers were advised to contact the County Attorney’s office.
    As of Monday, no charges had been filed.

  • Former Hawk standout coaches daughter’s basketball team

    Former LaRue County High School basketball standout Jason Reuter’s Bradley Central girls’ basketball squad barely missed a trip to the Tennessee state high school tournament March 3, losing 43-44 to Lawrence County in an overtime sectional battle.

  • Sheeran to play in All-Star game

    Kyle Sheeran, 6’ senior guard from the LaRue County Hawks boys basketball team, has been selected to play in the Kentucky Association of Basketball Coaches East-West All Star game at Transylvania University. The game will be played 5 p.m. Saturday, March 17.
    The annual All-Star game is played between the semi-finals and finals of the Boys Sweet Sixteen tournament in Lexington. The KABC selects the top two players out of each region. The All-Star game will match up the top seniors from around Kentucky in a showcase for fans and college coaches.

  • Court Briefs - March 14, 2012

     Guilty plea, probation recommended

  • Allen tapped as head wrestling coach at Cumberland U

    Todd Allen, a 2001 LaRue County High School graduate and State Wrestling Champion his senior year, has been named head wrestling coach at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tenn.
    Allen spent 2006-08 as a graduate assistant with the Bulldog program, helping Corey Bleaken, Theo Dotson and Jordan Powers earn All-America honors at the NAIA Championships.
     “Being a wrestling coach has been a dream job for me since I graduated college and Cumberland is a great school in a great location … I’m truly blessed,” Allen wrote in an email.

  • Grand jury to hear Gentry case

     Hardin District Judge Kim Shumate found probable cause Monday in the sexual abuse case against former LaRue County High School teacher Natalie C. Gentry but said the decision was “a close call.”

  • PHOTO: Best at Bethlehem
  • PHOTO: Reding visits Rotary

     Ashley Reding of Homestead Family Farms in Howardstown was the featured speaker at Thursday’s meeting of the Hodgenville Rotary Club. She spoke to the club about how she became involved in farming, her daily routine at the farm, and about CommonGround. She was the guest of Rotarian Alex LaRue, left.

  • Lady Hawks Softball Schedule

    March 12     5:30 p.m.     HOME     Bethlehem High School
    March 13     5:30 p.m.     HOME    Nelson County
    March 17                        HOME     LaRue County Classic
    March 19     6 p.m.          AWAY     Holy Cross

  • Summary of LaRue's Feb. 29 storm damages

    LaRue’s damages from Feb. 29 tornadoes
    According to E-911 Coordinator Chris Jackson, 35 separate buildings were damaged or destroyed by the Feb. 29 tornadoes.
    Sixty-seven individuals were displaced during the storms.
    Tanner Road – Barn destroyed, roof damage, outbuilding destroyed
    Kyle Street – Roof damage
    Marcum Lane – Roof and outbuilding damaged