Today's News

  • Suggestions to Pest Proof Your House

    Various spiders, boxelder bugs, cluster flies, and lady beetles are entering homes now. Pest-proofing or cutting down on entry ways can reduce problems with them indoors. Here are some useful tips to pest proof your house.

  • Kindergarten News - November 11, 2015
  • First quarter honor roll

    Hodgenville Elementary School

    First quarter All A’s Honor Roll

  • School Calendar - November 11, 2015

    KHIC Wee Time

    Preschool children ages 2-4 and their parents are invited to Wee Time, where preschool children can become familiar with the school they will attend. The event is November 16 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the LaRue County Board of Education. The color for the event is orange. The event is sponsored by the LaRue County Family Resource Center and the United Way. For more information contact Melissa Pearman at 270-358-3506 or Machelle Durham at 270-358-4112.

    ALES Christmas Bazaar

  • Harp Twins visit Hodgenville Elementary School
  • Grant brings new opportunities to LCMS

    Thanks to a $2,000 Dart Foundation grant, LaRue County Middle School seventh-grade students will learn more about how body systems work by dissecting frogs.

    “Students will be identifying the different body parts and systems of the frog,” explained Deana Paden, a seven-year veteran science and reading teacher who wrote the grant. “In our Life Science unit we study body systems.  The frog dissection allows our students to see these body systems and compare them to their understanding of how the human body systems work.”

  • LaRue FFA members recognized at national convention

    The LaRue County High School FFA Chapter earned multiple honors at the 2015 National FFA Convention and Expo in Louisville.

    LCHS FFA Advisor Misty Bivens said individual students and teams may earn a bronze, silver or gold rating at the national competition, where only about one percent of the nation’s 600,000 FFA members compete.

  • Reduce reuse recycle, repeat

    The old adage one man’s trash is another man’s treasure is certainly true in the case of Renaissance Repeats. Jill Gray, solid waste coordinator for LaRue County, has seen many things come through the Recycling Center that were still functional or could be reused.

  • Alter your outlook with a perfect fit

    For one Hodgenville woman sewing has been such a big part of her life that she made a business from it. Rosa Smith started learning to sew at a very young age, “My mother was a seamstress and I remember her making costumes for my uncle who was a mariachi performer. I would have to be her manikin and hold up the coat while she sewed the embellishments on it.” Smith said.

  • Carrying on a family tradition

    A local business owner is carrying on the family tradition of working on vehicle transmissions.

    Wolford Transmission provides a wide variety of mechanical work to customers including rebuilding or overhauling transmissions, reprogramming computers in vehicles, towing and much more. The business is located on 226 East Main Street in Hodgenville. Their hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays.