Today's News

  • News of Record - December 13, 2017


    Patricia G. Greenwell waived her case to be presented to the LaRue County Grand Jury. She is charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, two counts of first degree wanton endangerment and violations of conditions of release.

    Tristian Lane Bowen was arraigned for improper lane usage, failure to register transfer of motor vehicle and failure to maintain the required insurance.

  • Hawks JV results - December 13, 2017

    The LCHS Hawks JV team went 1-1 this past week with a win over the Hart County and a loss to the North Hardin this past week.

    The Hawks started the week with a 72-40 win over Hart County on Monday, December 4. The Hawks jumped out to a 26-10 first quarter lead and never looked back. The Hawks used their pressure defense to create many Hart County turnovers which led to easy points. The Hawks led 38-19 at the half. They continued to play well the second half outscoring the Raiders 35-21.

  • Lady Hawks JV results - December 13, 2017

    LaRue Co. 22 vs. John Hardin 30 December 5, 2017

    The Lady Hawks JV led 10-4 at the end of the first quarter before John Hardin tied the game up at 14-14. John Hardin came out of the locker rooms fired up as they took a 21-16 lead at the end of the third quarter and held on in the fourth quarter for a eight point win.

    Scoring: Lauren Pollard 9; Elena Espinosa, Bella Thurman and Kelsey Hornback all had 3 each, Paige Evans and Natalie Gentry had 2 each. 

  • The problem with science

    I am rested and recharged after going on a Christmas vacation with my wife last week. We went to the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky last Wednesday. We then went to Tennessee to spend the rest of the week in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.

    I had been looking forward to seeing the Ark since it opened. It was everything I expected and more.

  • Community News

    Horace Barbour passed away last Saturday at Hardin Memorial Hospital. The visitation and funeral were at Bennett-Bertram Funeral Home with Reverend Billy Curle officiating. Burial was at Hubbard Cemetery.

    This past Sunday was a day of celebration at both Lane Lincoln and First Baptist. Lane Lincoln celebrated their 150th Church Anniversary and First Baptist had their Christmas Celebration Day.

    Carlos Cox was admitted to Hardin Memorial Hospital last week.

    Happy anniversary to Paul and Andalee Price who celebrated their anniversary last Wednesday.

  • Hodgenville News

    Thought for the week: Sometimes, there are things in our life that aren’t meant to stay. Sometimes, change may not be what we want. But sometimes change is exactly what we need. Change is a good thing.

  • Hodgenville City Council passes ordinances

    The Hodgenville City Council passed several ordinances at their monthly regular meeting on Monday, December 11.

    All council members were present except for Bonnie Clark. The council unanimously passed the second readings of the following proposed ordinances:

  • Howard to retire

    Longtime LaRue County Extension Agent Theresa Howard will retire at the end of this month.

    Howard, who is currently the county extension agent for Family and Consumer Sciences Education, has worked at the LaRue County Extension Office for 31 years. Daniel Carpenter, County Extension Agent for Ag and Natural Resources Education, said that Howard has been a valuable asset to their office throughout the decades.

  • Come ye lowly

    The Bible says, “there were some shepherds” (Luke 2:8) --- simple, ordinary shepherds. It was to these ordinary and lowly men that the angel announced the birth of Jesus Christ.

  • Family probs

    Got family problems? Drama? Division? Discord? If so, you aren’t alone, and this Christmas season can be extra difficult as you prepare to spend time with those who may be difficult to be with, so what should you do?