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Today's News

  • LaRue County Bootleg: Original 1925 Moses Akin Article

    Exerpt from The Herald News, Hodgneville, LaRue County , Kentucky, Thursday, October 1, 1925

     

     

    The old saying that where there is smoke there is some fire, is true in many ways. The vivid memory of Moses Akin, the evangelist, in minds of such a large number of people, forty years after his death, and the continued quoting from his store of natural wit, is proof conclusive that he towered above most men of his time whose names are never heard or known of all of forty years after death.

  • LaRue County Bootleg

    Elder Moses Akin was a legend in this region. He was an evangelist whose reputation went before him and often that reputation wasn’t always a clean one. However, that did not stop hundreds and sometimes thousands of people from coming out to hear the word from “Mose.”

  • LaRue County Bootleg

    Exerpt from The Herald News, Hodgneville, LaRue County , Kentucky, Thursday, October 1, 1925

    Rev Moses Akin, 1807-1885, Noted Evangelist of his day

    The old saying that where there is smoke there is some fire, is true in many ways. The vivid memory of Moses Akin, the evangelist, in minds of such a large number of people, forty years after his death, and the continued quoting from his store of natural wit, is proof conclusive that he towered above most men of his time whose names are never heard or known of all of forty years after death.

  • Jail log

    Bookings at the LaRue County Detention Center from Friday, June 9 to Friday, June 16

    Jason England, 34, of Hodgenville was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. He was later released from LCDC.

    Lennie Clifton Vincent, 37, of Hodgenville was charged with first degree possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), possession of drug paraphernalia and first degree trafficking in a controlled substance. He remains lodged in LCDC.

  • News of Record

    Property Transfers

    The following property transfers are listed as given on deeds at the LaRue County Clerk’s Office in Hodgenville.

    Bobby Gene McDowell and Essie McDowell to Gary Gene McDowell and Regina Mae McDowell, property in LaRue County, FMV $150,000.

    Stephen K. Clyde aka Steve Clyde and Sue Ann Clyde to Larry Wayne Taylor and Bonnie Louise Taylor, lot 12 of Clearview Estates, $121,000.

    Mary Regina Grigsby to Sherry Regina Cox and Wiliam Edward Grigsby, Jr., property in LaRue County, $40,000.

  • Criminal abuse case moves on to grand jury

    Two people who were charged with first degree criminal abuse had their case passed on to the LaRue County Grand Jury last week.

    Loyd W. Sadler, 58 and Lora L. Sadler, 54 were both charged with first degree criminal abuse after the death investigation of Mary Jane King, 68, of Upton.

  • Case against former deputy jailer passed to grand jury

    A former LaRue County Deputy Jailer had her case passed on to the LaRue County Grand Jury last week.

    Kathleen Frye, 42, of New Haven appeared in LaRue County District Court on Wednesday, June 14. She is charged with second degree official misconduct and tampering with public records.

    The charges against Frye stemmed from an incident on April 2, 2017 when Frye transported 27-year-old Brittany Zabala to Hardin Memorial Hospital for treatment. At the time, Zabala was 15 weeks pregnant.

  • Wheland Honored for exceptional academic success

    Sarah Whelan, the 13-year-old homeschooled daughter of David and Beverly Whelan from Howardstown, was among the students honored by the Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) for their exceptional scores on the ACT or SAT. She was recognized at a state-wide ceremony at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green on May 19, 2017.

  • Herald News raises $385 for LaRue Co. Relay
  • Newby awarded $1,000 scholarship from FKFCU

    Fort Knox Federal Credit Union awarded a one-time $1,000 scholarship to Seth Paul Newby of LaRue County High School.

    Each year, Fort Knox Federal provides $1,000 in financial assistance to a select number of deserving college-bound high school students who are members or are the sons or daughters of members of Fort Knox Federal Credit Union.  The scholarships are designated the Howard Roush Memorial Scholarships, in honor of a former Fort Knox Federal president.