Today's News

  • Western Kentucky University announces fall graduates

     Several local students completed degrees at Western Kentucky University for the fall semester.

    Hodgenville– Megan E. Culver, bachelor of science; Tessa R. Dever, interdisciplinary studies (BIS); James R. Massengill, interdisciplinary studies (BIS); Hannah R. Mayfield, bachelor of science in nursing; Kelsey L. McCubbin, bachelor of science; Scott E. Porter, bachelor of science; Sophie C. Routt, bachelor of social work; Jessica Ann T. Sadler, bachelor of arts; and Kathy C. Vaughn, interdisciplinary studies

  • Businesses, individuals asked to participate in broadband survey

     The Commonwealth Office of Broadband Outreach and Development and the Kentucky Council of Area Development Districts are asking businesses and citizens to participate in a survey that will collect information on broadband use as part of the Broadband KY initiative to help increase internet utilization in the daily lives of Kentuckians.

  • Rapist sentenced to 11 years

     Final sentencing paperwork was completed for Pascal "Pat" Jones, 51, of 130 Willow Springs in New Hope, last week in Marion County. Jones was sentenced to 11 years in prison for first-degree rape in October 2011.

  • New Haven man injured in wreck

     A New Haven man suffered a severe leg injury after his SUV overturned off New Haven Road Sunday.

    Christopher E. Smith, 33, was driving north about 8:11 a.m. near the area of Helsinki Hill, north of Culvertown, when his vehicle left the road, struck a ditch and overturned, according to a press release from the Nelson County Sheriff's Department.

    Nelson County EMS transported Smith to University of Louisville Hospital. He was not wearing a seat belt, the release stated.

    The Ford Explorer Smith was driving sustained severe damage.

  • PHOTO: Feeding hay

     Hungry cows followed Bud Ireland as he carried bales of hay from a barn on Glendale Road.

  • TOPS offers healthy alternatives for Valentine's Day

     With American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day in February, consider putting more focus on your heart this month. It’s an opportunity to give loved ones a heart-healthy treat or engage in a heart-smart activity. But matters of the heart aren’t just reserved for this month. 

  • NEWS OF RECORD - FEB. 8, 2012


  • Youth soccer program needs volunteers, donations

     The LaRue County Youth Soccer Program is gearing up for a new season and organizers are hoping for plenty of community support.

    According to volunteer Heather Cook, the playing field at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School needs prep work including top soil, seed and straw. If you have a tractor and grader box and are willing to donate your time, contact her at 270-766-8959 or h.cook69@yahoo.com.

    Volunteers and suggestions are needed as well.

    The goal is to have all work completed by March 1.

  • Buffalo man sentenced to 10 days on various charges

     A Buffalo man was sentenced to 10 days in jail after pleading guilty to several traffic violations.

  • Vine Grove woman back in court for forged checks

     A Vine Grove woman, facing 61 counts of possession of a forged instrument in the second degree and theft charges, will be back in court March 5 for review of a previous case.