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Today's News

  • Church Calendar - July 2

    Locust Grove VBS

    Locust Grove Baptist Church, 1817 Red Mill Road, Elizabethtown, will hold vacation Bible school 6-8:30 p.m. July 9-11. The kickoff is Sunday, July 6, following church service. Food, gospel music and hayride.

    VBS at South Fork

    South Fork Baptist Church will hold vacation Bible school 5:30-8:30 p.m. July 7-10. Transportation provided. Call 270-325-3626 for assistance. Theme is Agency D3.

    Buffalo Church of the Nazarene VBS

  • It's our turn to bless America

    We pray for God to bless America, but God has already shed his love, mercy and grace upon our land. It is our turn to bless America.

    But how?

    We can bless America by being good citizens, being patriotic, obeying the laws, paying our taxes and voting. The Apostle Paul many years ago in I Timothy 2:1-6 gave some ways we might be good citizens.

    Paul said, “First of all, then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men, for kings and all who are in authority.” (verses 1-2).

  • Three to compete in Distinguished Young Woman

    A scholarship program that has been defunct in LaRue County for many years is receiving renewed interest.

    The Distinguished Young Woman program – formerly called Junior Miss – has three contestants this year: Cayleigh Allen, Emillee Cundiff and Montana Metcalf.

    They will compete in conjunction with the Nelson County DYW program on Saturday, Aug. 16. A panel of judges will evaluate them in five categories: scholastic achievement, interview, talent, fitness, and self-expression.

  • Students named to Dean's List

    Eastern Kentucky University announced that 2,880 students earned Dean’s List honors for the Spring 2014 semester.

    They are:

  • WIC assisting families for 40 years

    Julie Percifull, the local health nurse at the LaRue County Health Department wants to get the word out about the Women, Infants and Children program or WIC.

    WIC is available for pregnant women, infants and children under the age of 5 who meet the income guidelines.

    WIC has been helping families get proper nutrition for 40 years.

    At the end of April, there were 376 people getting benefits from the service in LaRue County alone.

  • Somerset couple injured in head-on crash

    Two people were injured Saturday morning in a head-on crash just outside city limits.

    Nicholas Baker, 18, of Campbellsville was driving a 1999 Pontiac Sunfire southbound on Ky. 1618 about 10 a.m., when he lost control of his vehicle, according to LaRue County Deputy Doug Sherrard.

  • Woman injured in 3-vehicle crash

    A Hodgenville woman was injured Friday afternoon in a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of Lincoln Parkway and Lincoln Boulevard.

    Amber Joiner, 30, of Hodgenville was driving a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire north on Lincoln Farm Road.

    Witnesses said it appeared Joiner ran a red light, said investigating officer, Sgt. Marcus Jackson of Hodgenville City Police. Joiner told Jackson the light was green.

  • Fiscal Court: CodeRed will provide notifications in case of emergency

    LaRue County Fiscal Court has approved a three-year agreement with Emergency Communications Network for CodeRed, a system that will allow notifications, such as severe weather or chemical spills affecting roadways, to instantly be relayed through email, text messages, and home or cell phones.

    Magistrates meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville June 24 heard Judge-executive Tommy Turner say that more than 80 Kentucky Counties have the coverage.

  • Glendale Children's Home sells at auction

    Ron Biddle of Carlisle traveled more than 200 miles to look at Glen Dale Children’s Home one final time Saturday as the property was being sold at auction.

    The property that once housed troubled and orphaned children and closed five years ago included more than 272 acres and 13 decaying structures broken up into 10 tracts sold Saturday for more than $1.77 million, including buyer’s premium. The sale averaged more than $5,900 an acre.

  • LCHS shines in top-40 at National Speech Tournament

    The LaRue County High School Speech and Debate team spent the second week in June competing at the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA, formerly NFL) National Speech Tournament to wrap up their 2013-14 speech season.

    Even though graduation had already occurred at LCHS, 2014 graduates Curtis Milby, Elijah Thomas, and Joey Gearon gave up a week of their summer before beginning college to represent LCHS at this final competition of their high school careers. Junior Brian Anderson also attended the national tournament.