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Today's News

  • Artist Spotlight: Know when to Fold 'em

    A LaRue County origamist will have his work on display at the LaRue County Public Library for the month of April.

    Simon Coy, a LaRue County High School freshman, has been practicing Origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, since he was in second grade.

    “My mom’s cousin showed me how to make a dollar bill bowtie; that’s when I became interested in origami,” Coy, son of Marvin and Glenda Coy, said.

    When the art captivated his imagination, Coy started looking for tutorials online.

  • Hodgenville 200: Strangers in the box

    There is a poem written by Pam Harazim that speaks of faces she wished she knew;

     …I wish I knew the people these strangers in the box. Their names and all their memories are lost among the socks. I wonder what their lives were like, how did they spend their days? What about their special times? I’ll never know their ways. If only someone would have taken time, to tell who, what, and when, those faces of my heritage would come to life again.

    The author goes on to wonder if this could be the fate of all the pictures we take today.

  • Discovering their savior years later

    After more than 50 years have passed by, a group of U.S. marines now know who the unidentified army pilot was that saved their lives after warning them of hidden Viet Cong soldiers. That pilot was Don Medley of Hodgenville.

  • Hatmaker resigns

    The head coach for the LaRue County High School varsity football team recently stepped down after accepting another job in Alabama.

    Tony Hatmaker resigned as head coach Friday, March 24 after accepting a position as a defensive coordinator for Pinson Valley High School in Birmingham, Alabama.

    LCHS Athletic Director David Dawson said the LaRue County head coaching job was posted on Monday, March 27 and there are not any candidates to speak of at this time.

  • Goodlett state trial set

    Former LaRue County High School Principal Kyle Goodlett had his state child pornography trial set for October.

    Goodlett appeared in Hardin County Circuit Court on Tuesday, March 21 for a pretrial conference. His trial was set in Hardin County Circuit Court on October 23 at 9 a.m. and another pretrial conference was set for October 10 at 1:15 p.m. in the same court.

  • Jolly goes old school

    While surfing through some television channels in the 1980s, LaRue County resident Joe Jolly happened across a Kentucky Educational Channel program that sparked an interest which led him to a hobby he enjoys to this day.

    “The program was the ‘Woodwright’s Shop’ with Roy Underhill who repaired stuff using hand tools instead of power tools,” said Jolly who lives between Buffalo and Mt. Sherman off Highway 61. “As I watched it, I said to myself, ‘I think I would like to do that.’”

  • Petitioning for a wet-dry vote

    Two petitions have been circulating around Hodgenville and the rest of LaRue County to determine if alcohol should be sold in the area.

    The latest petition is for a wet-dry vote to determine if alcohol should be sold anywhere in LaRue County. The petition was started earlier this month by Hodgenville Councilmember Lisa Reidner.

  • From phone exchanges to smartphones

    The phone history of the Hodgenville Exchange

    In 1968, a successful Virginia Slims cigarette television commercial depicting the progress of women’s fashion made famous the line, “You’ve come a long way, Baby!”

    The same line could be used to describe the evolution of the telephone. The device Alexander Graham Bell first patented in 1876 has changed remarkably from its creation as an instrument for simple voice communication to today’s ever-increasing uses that are limited only by the imagination of application designers.

  • Accident on Lincoln Parkway
  • LaRue County resident sentenced to 78 months in prison

            United States Attorney John E. Kuhn, Jr., announced today that a LaRue County, Kentucky resident was sentenced April 25, 2017 in United States District Court by Senior Judge Charles R. Simpson, III, to 78 months in prison followed by ten years of supervised release.   The Court further ordered Benjamin Boyd of Hodgenville, Kentucky to pay $65,000 in restitution to be divided between nine identified victims, after he pleaded guilty to receipt and possession of child pornography.