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Today's News

  • 'Small Town Nights' graces magazine cover

     Downtown Hodgenville is being featured on the cover of Kentucky City magazine.

    Melanie Wells, of Melanie Wells Photography, submitted a photo, “Small Town Nights,” to the official bi-monthly publication of the Kentucky League of Cities.

    Kentucky City is distributed to an audience list of about 7,000 people who love Kentucky communities - city officials, legislators, executive branch, university presidents, chamber directors and others. 

  • PHOTO: Problem solvers at LCMS

     The LaRue County Middle School Future Problem Solvers competed March 14 at the State Governors Cup. The state topic was "Enhancing Human Potential.” This team previously won District and Regional competitions with the topics of "Processed Foods" and "Propaganda.” Forty-eight middle school teams from across Kentucky competed at State. Front from left, Mason Lane, Kaleigh Graham, Nick Vazquez; back, Coach Doris Jean Holleran and Victor Helm. Gilbert Cox was an alternate.

  • PHOTO: Simon Coy, MATHCOUNTS

     LaRue County Middle School seventh-grader Simon Coy competed March 21 at State MATHCOUNTS in Louisville. In February, he placed third individually in the My Old Kentucky Home Chapter Competition and received a four-year $500 scholarship to Western Kentucky University.

  • PHOTO: ALES students recognized

     Abraham Lincoln Elementary School students who competed in the District Governor’s Cup were recognized March 16 by the LaRue County School Board. Front from left, Gabe Portier, Dylan Derosha, Brandon Hollis, Brenna Southwood, Will Faulkner, Layla Vertrees; back, Coach Karlotta Cecil, Macy Stillwell, Alen Loyall, Jacob Hinton, Jake Skaggs, Connor Nicholas and Coach Kathy Ross.

  • Teams find success at Regional Governor's Cup

    March Madness was at its peak in a different form other than basketball in Bardstown this past week as Bardstown Elementary hosted the 14th Region Elementary Governor’s Cup. Several qualifying students and teams from both Abraham Lincoln Elementary and Hodgenville Elementary took on students from fourteen other schools in this two-day competition.

  • Scholarships: March 25, 2015

    St. Catharine College and FiveStar

    Beginning in the 2015 fall semester, St. Catharine College will offer $500 FiveStar scholarships to new, first-time, full-time students who live at home and commute daily to campus. The scholarship can be applied toward tuition or redeemed for a FiveStar gift card to help lower commuting costs to campus. For more information, visit www.sccky.edu.

     

    Conservation District

  • PHOTO: Rotary Speech Contest

    Winners of the Hodgenville Rotary Club Speech contest are from left, Kyle Williamson, Rotary president; first - Brian Anderson; third/alternate - Kaylan Anderson; and second - Elena Cecil. Anderson will represent the club when he competes March 27 in Elizabethtown.

  • School Calendar - March 25, 2015

    ALL SCHOOLS
    School out
    Spring break is April 6-10.

    School board dates
    The LaRue County School Board meets at 7 p.m. at LaRue County High School on April 20.

    ALES Kindergarten registration

  • Migratory bird survey moves online

    Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources News

        Hunters who plan to purchase certain Kentucky licenses and permits need to be aware of changes in the way users buy these licenses or permits beginning in the 2015 license year.

  • Slick road contributes to crash

    Sherri Fonseca, 40, of Magnolia, was cited for no proof of insurance and no operator’s license after she crashed her vehicle into an electric pole and cable box about 7 p.m. March 19.

    Fonseca was driving a 1999 Toyota south on Die-Shiboley Road when she lost control in a right-hand curve, according to Deputy Doug Sherrard. The Toyota crossed into the northbound lane, went into a ditch, struck a South Central Rural Telephone cable box and a Nolin RECC pole.

    Wet roads may have contributed to the crash. No injuries were reported.