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Today's News

  • The Value of Clean Water

    By Terry Mills

    Other than during a rare boil-water advisory, most of us don’t think twice when we turn on the faucet.  We just expect clean and plentiful water to be there.

    For about 95 percent of Kentuckians, that’s exactly what we get each and every day from the 400-plus public and community water systems that serve the commonwealth. These systems meet or exceed health-based standards at an incredible rate of 99.73 percent.

  • The unchanging one

    God says of Himself in Malachi 3:6, “I the Lord do not change.”  In our world today we long for stability because we are surrounded by change.  To satisfy this longing I would point you to God who is the unchanging and eternal one. Observe some things the Bible tells us about God.

  • Sandidge wins national championship

    Former LaRue County Hawks cross-country standout Adam Sandidge paved the way for Campbellsville Tiger cross country last Saturday, winning the NCCAA National Championship in Jackson, Mississippi.

    It was Campbellsville’s athletic department’s 24th overall national championship and 13th NCCAA title.

    Overall, the Tigers placed third of 17 teams in the Division I race.

  • Knowing God's will requires a renewed mind

    By Paul Richey
    Guest Columnist

    Time after time I have been asked to help individuals decipher the will of God for their lives. Each occurrence allowed me to emphasize that no earthly individual can determine or decipher for another individual what God’s will is. Rather, it is imperative that we understand that God has revealed to us in His Word key components to distinguishing His will for life. In Romans 12:1-2 the Apostle Paul gives three important keys to determining what God desires for your life.

  • LCMS Mat Hawks start season

    The LaRue County Middle School Mat Hawks started their season on Saturday, November 5 in the John Hardin Veterans Memorial tournament.

    The Mat Hawks finished 6th place overall out of 24 teams in the first tournament of the season. The young Hawks had 16 wrestlers compete in the match against competition from Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Tennessee with six wrestlers placing in the top 5.

  • Hornback joins the Alzheimer's Association National Board of Directors

    The Alzheimer’s Association announces the election of Paul Hornback of Hodgenville to its national Board of Directors.

    Hornback joins current board members in steering the strategic direction of the Association as it carries out its mission to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Hornback was elected to a two-year term of service.

  • Hodgenville News - November 16, 2016

    Thought for the week: Worry is interest paid on trouble before it falls due.

    I’m so glad this election is over and I just can’t believe the reactions of Americans with all the riots and protesting. Hello… the election is over no matter what you do. Donald Trump is our president.

  • Dawson signs with MSU
  • Blue/White night is this Friday

    The annual Blue/White night for the LCHS Hawks and Lady Hawks basketball teams is this Friday, November 18.

    The event will begin with a chili supper from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria followed by a scrimmage and other activities in the high school gym at 6:45 p.m.

    Both the boys and girls basketball programs will introduce their players from the freshman through the varsity teams. The LCMS basketball programs will also be introduced.

  • LaRue Co. Youth win Super Bowl