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Today's News

  • Attorneys make motion to dismiss public abuse case

    More than a year after their arrests, former Hodgenville mayor Terry Cruse and former city clerk MaDonna Hornback still are battling criminal charges in the courts. Their attorneys have filed a motion to dismiss all counts of abuse of public trust.

    According to the motion, filed by Cruse’s attorneys Jon Heck and F. Todd Lewis, the indictment presented to the grand jury in 2013 was “fatally defective.”

  • Basketball: Too many turnovers for Lady Hawks

    LaRue County’s Lady Hawks lost their fifth straight game Jan. 13 to John Hardin’s Lady Bulldogs. The final score was 43-32.

    LaRue County finished with 25 turnovers, eight unforced, as John Hardin came up with 17 steals. LaRue County forced just four steals.

  • FISCAL COURT: Magistrates hear report from Hardin Water District 2

    A representative with Hardin County Water District Number Two told members of LaRue County Fiscal Court that his district has significantly increased its ability to serve LaRue County.

  • Police search for Grayson County teens

    Grayson County deputies are searching for Cheyenne Phillips, 13, who has been missing since Jan. 3.  She is believed to be with 18-year-old Dalton Hayes.

    Cheyenne is about 5'1" and weighs approximately 100 pounds. She has blonde hair and hazel eyes.

    Hayes is a white male, 5'10", about 175-180 pounds. He has a blonde burr haircut and hazel eyes.

  • Beekeeping schools scheduled around state

    Kentucky beekeepers of all ages and skill levels can learn the basics or sharpen their skills at 10 beekeeping schools across the Commonwealth.

  • Student Essay: Jaelee Collins

    LaRue County Middle School social studies teacher Jim B. Phelps submitted several articles written by his sixth grade students for possible publication. Those chosen for publication will appear as space allows in The LaRue County Herald News. Phelps stresses the importance of liberties promised in the First Amendment to his class. It is our hope that these students will realize their works appear because of those basic rights outlined in the First Amendment. 

  • Student Essay: Isabella Thurman

     LaRue County Middle School social studies teacher Jim B. Phelps submitted several articles written by his sixth grade students for possible publication. Those chosen for publication will appear as space allows in The LaRue County Herald News. Phelps stresses the importance of liberties promised in the First Amendment to his class. It is our hope that these students will realize their works appear because of those basic rights outlined in the First Amendment. 

  • Longstanding Meetings - Jan. 14, 2015

     Monday

    American Sewing Guild

    A neighborhood chapter of the American Sewing Guild meets at 6 p.m. the first Monday each month at the LaRue County Extension office. For more information, contact Master Clothing Volunteer Rosa Smith at 270-358-9049. 

     

    Hodgenville City Council

    Hodgenville City Council meets 7 p.m. the second Monday at Hodgenville Civic Center (city hall).

     

    Creative Corner

  • Men arrested in Glendale bank robbery

     Less than two weeks after the West Point Bank in Glendale was robbed, Kentucky State Police believe the case has been solved.

    One of the local men arrested – Leonard Sisk, 54, of Cecilia – previously was sentenced for a bank robbery at the same location in the early 1990s, according to KSP spokesman Jeff Gregory.

    Sisk and Justin Collinge, 32, of Leitchfield, were arrested Jan. 5 for the Dec. 23 robbery.

  • McConnell takes helm of Senate