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Today's News

  • Padgett plans run in Down Under games

    LaRue County High School junior Truman Padgett is setting his sights both high and “down under” for this upcoming track season.

    The defending 5th Region champ in the 400-meter run wants to break the school record in the event, 49.6 seconds, set by Tony Smith in the ’70s. 

    “I want to run a 49.5,” the 16-year-old athlete said, which would eclipse his 51.75 regional championship clocking.

  • Vienna Boys' Choir coming to Campbellsville

    The final performance for the 2008-09 Central Kentucky Art Series will feature the world-renowned Vienna Boys’ Choir at 7:30 p.m. March 24 at Randsdell Chapel at Camp­bellsville University.

    To order tickets or obtain more information, call CKAS president Dr. Bill Neal at (270) 789-5349 or send an e-mail to nealwm@windstream.net. Tickets at the door are $15 each for adult non-students and $3 for students.

    Seating begins at 6:45 p.m. Season ticket holders are asked to arrive at this time.

  • Christ's death make everything possible

    The Sunday school teacher was checking her students’ knowledge of Proverbs. She asked, “Cleanliness is next to what?” A small boy replied, “Impossible.”

    Sometimes cleanliness does seem nearly impossible. Why? Because sin is so strong and never-ending. Once we are cleansed from sin, it comes right back to tempt us again. It is very hard to overcome some sins such as greed, lust, ill will, anger and gossip.

  • Woman charged with burglary, arson

    A Hodgenville woman has been charged with second-degree arson, burglary and criminal mischief after allegedly setting a garage on fire.

    Tonya D. Bell, 34, is accused of entering a garage on White City Road March 8 and setting it on fire. Besides the building, a riding lawnmower, couch, go-cart, air compressor and other items were destroyed, according to court records.

    Bell is also facing charges of disorderly conduct, second and menacing after allegedly threatening a Hodgenville woman.

    Arraignment dates in LaRue District Court are today and March 25.

  • Youth tournament planned in Campbellsville

    The Campbellsville Community Club will host a youth basketball tournament March 6-8. The tournament is open to the first 12 teams in fourth, fifth and sixth grade boys divisions. Entry fee is $125 per team payable in advance.

    For more information, contact Ricky Janes at (270) 789-3709 or 469-6106.

  • Youth tournament planned in Campbellsville

    The Campbellsville Community Club will host a youth basketball tournament March 6-8. The tournament is open to the first 12 teams in fourth, fifth and sixth grade boys divisions. Entry fee is $125 per team payable in advance.

    For more information, contact Ricky Janes at (270) 789-3709 or 469-6106.

  • Youth tournament planned in Campbellsville

    The Campbellsville Community Club will host a youth basketball tournament March 6-8. The tournament is open to the first 12 teams in fourth, fifth and sixth grade boys divisions. Entry fee is $125 per team payable in advance.

    For more information, contact Ricky Janes at (270) 789-3709 or 469-6106.

  • Hodgenville Elementary teacher honored

    First grade teacher Peggy Newton was honored as LaRue County’s Teacher of the Year – Excellence in Classroom and Educational Leadership March 18.

    The ExCEL Award is presented to teachers in only eight Kentuckian school districts. It is sponsored by WHAS-11 and LG&E.

    WHAS news anchor Gary Roedemeier presented the award at Newton’s home school, Hodgenville Elementary in front of her students and peers. She was awarded a check for $1,000 by LG&E for her classroom.

  • Hodgenville Elementary teacher honored

    First grade teacher Peggy Newton was honored as LaRue County’s Teacher of the Year – Excellence in Classroom and Educational Leadership March 18.

    The ExCEL Award is presented to teachers in only eight Kentuckian school districts. It is sponsored by WHAS-11 and LG&E.

    WHAS news anchor Gary Roedemeier presented the award at Newton’s home school, Hodgenville Elementary in front of her students and peers. She was awarded a check for $1,000 by LG&E for her classroom.

  • LaRue’s girls sweep shot put competition

    The competition was spirited but friendly Saturday at the LaRue County High School’s shot put and high jump meet held at the school’s indoor facility. LaRue coaches Lydia Kerr and Jeremy Blair were proud of the effort and hard work put forth by their boys and girls.