Today's News

  • Millennials living with parents

    The Pew Research Center reports that more 18 to 34-year-olds are living with their parents than in any other living situation. The generation of the Internet age is one of the largest and most diverse in the U.S. Although Millennials have been defined by a relationship to technology, the generation has been steadily redefining adulthood, and now one-third of Millennials are living in a parent’s home.

  • Hodgenville man to attend DNC

    After three decades as a Repub­lican, Craig Astor of Hodgenville spent a brief time as a Libertarian Party Congressional candidate. Now he’s a Democrat serving as a delegate to the party’s national convention and ready to happily cast his vote for U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders in Philadelphia this week.

    The May primary in Kentucky earned Sanders 27 delegates. Astor and 26 other Sanders supporters are attending the four-day Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, which begins Monday.

  • Community News July 27, 2016

    Carlos Cox has been transferred to rehab at Hardin Memorial Hospital. The 151st annual session of the General Association of Kentucky Baptists will convene this week at the Convention Center in Bowling Green. This Sunday morning, First Baptist will fellowship with Lane Lincoln. Sunday, August 7, will be the Church Anniversary and Annual Homecoming at Pleasant Union Baptist Church in Campbellsville. Sunday, August 14 will be our 136th Church Anniversary and Annual Homecoming during morning services.

  • Notes based on shape

    Where Julie Andrews in the movie, The Sound of Music, associated each note of the musical scale with an animal or object(“Do, a deer; re, a drop of golden sun”), the system of music Tess Milby teaches assigns a different shape to each note.

    Though positioned on the same lines and spaces as songs written in round notes, the sight-reader relies on each’s notes shape instead of position for its pitch.

  • Updates from the Chamber of Commerce

    By Krista Levee


    Leadership LaRue 2016-2017

    It is time for the next Leadership LaRue County Class! Established in 2005, Leadership LaRue provides educational experiences for present and future leaders to develop knowledge and foster appreciation of our community and to encourage civic involvement.

  • American Legion to host dinner for law enforcement

    In wake of the news surrounding the recent police shootings, Hodgenville American Legion Post #87 will be hosting an appreciation dinner for local law enforcement, civil servants and other emergency responders.

    The appreciation dinner is Saturday, August 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Hodgenville American Legion. The meal is free for all LaRue County law enforcement, civil servants and other emergency responders that are in uniform. The cost of the meal for everyone else is $10 each.

  • Sleep in a box event

    Warm Blessings is gearing up for their ninth Cardboard Nation “Sleep in a Box” fundraiser and awareness event scheduled for the third Friday in September. Linda Funk, Warm Blessings Executive Director is pictured handing a box, which will be used at the event to Lowe’s employee, Jerome Maynard. Lowe’s has supported the fundraiser each year by saving big boxes to be used by Cardboard Nation participants as they spend a night in a box to recognize the challenges of poverty and homelessness. 

  • Magnolia High School 60th Class reunion
  • Reunion calendar - July 27, 2016

    Elmore Family Reunion

  • Rotary Guest