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Today's News

  • Auditors: Invoices not paid timely, fiscal court failed to approve claims

    The accounting processes of LaRue County Fiscal Court and the LaRue County Detention Center – like numerous other public agencies – are subject to annual scrutiny by the state auditor. The latest audit for fiscal year ending June 30, 2013, showed the county had total receipts of $6,689,816 and disbursements of $5,641,598 – and an increase of $1,083,283 in ending cash balance from the previous year.

    The jail canteen fund showed receipts of $194,894 for the fiscal year.

  • Rock Walks

    Saturday’s AGstravaganza gave residents a chance to visit six farming enterprises around the county. The program, sponsored by LaRue County Farm Bureau, is in its second year of promoting local agriculture.

    One of the most visited stops was Rock Brothers Dairy in Roanoke. Owner Gary Rock – one of four dairy farmers in the county – was on hand to show off his rebuilt dairy barn – and his new legs.

  • Cundiff, Metcalf compete in DYW

     Two LaRue County teens will compete Saturday in the Distinguished Young Women of Kentucky contest – formerly called Junior Miss.

    Emillee Cundiff or Montana Metcalf –both seniors – will represent the county in the state contest in January.

    A third contestant, Cayleigh Allen, decided against competing after she won the Miss LaRue County Fair pageant, according to LaRue County DYW coordinator Denise Skaggs.

  • City Council: SCRTC approved, bookkeeping a mess, fire truck a dud

    It has been a year since South Central Rural Telephone Company announced plans to expand its services farther into LaRue County. Monday night, Hodgenville City Council held first reading of an ordinance to allow SCRTC into the City.

    The council agreed to a 15-year non-exclusive contract with the telecommunications company.

    SCRTC, which is based in Glasgow, has served the Buffalo, Magnolia and Mount Sherman area for several years. The expansion means it will bring high-speed Internet access to more areas.

  • Food inspections
  • It’s never too early to read to your children

     To help get your children ready for kindergarten, the Governor’s Office of Early Childhood reminds everyone that young children need nutritious food, stimulating toys and lots of hugs and kisses. But beginning at birth, they also need to be talked, sung and read to.

  • News of Record

    Court Briefs

    Bench warrant issued

    Michael Aubrey Jr. (1977) has absconded, according to court documents filed Aug. 4. A bench warrant was issued. He received a suspended sentence on a count of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument in LaRue Circuit Court in 2010. Probation was revoked in October 2013. He was required to pay restitution of $700.

     

    Bench warrant issued

  • LaRue County Employees Taxable Wages 2013

     

    David C. Anderson – $18,202

    Joseph A. Allen – $564

    Anthony A. Atwell – $1,052

    Jeremy H. Barr – $5,104.25

    Gloria Jean Bell – $6,671.90

    Jeremy C. Bell – $13,517.28

    William C. Bennett – $20,973.74

    Charles R. Benningfield – $32,813.13

    Kimberly A. Bishop – $6,056.25

    Ira W. Bloyd Jr. – $570

    William A. Bowen – $2,972.25

    Timmy R. Bright – $16,863.93

  • Library workshop: Resumes and interview skills

    I would like to introduce myself to the community. My name is Caitlin Underwood and I have been working part time as a circulation clerk at the LaRue County Public Library since February. I graduated from LaRue County High School in May 2009 and then attended Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, until I graduated cum laude in December 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in human services and counseling.

  • Lincoln Trail receives grant for mobile dental unit

    Five local health departments are set to launch mobile dental hygiene programs after receiving grant awards from the Kentucky Department for Public Health to increase access and improve oral health standards in their communities.