Today's News

  • LCHS student art featured in the library

    More than two dozen advanced art students from LaRue County High School will have their art featured at the LaRue County Public Library during the month of March.

    The students will be honored as the “March artist of the month.” The library has been selecting a featured artist(s) each month for over a year now. The program honors artists in the community by giving them an opportunity to display their work at the library and tell about it during a ceremony.

  • Senator Steve Meredith’s legislative update

     Receiving the Commonwealth’s two-year, multi-billion dollar budget plan from our colleagues in the House highlighted one of our busiest weeks yet in the Senate as we reached the two-thirds point of the 2018 Session of the Kentucky General Assembly. Hundreds of visitors from all corners of Kentucky packed committee hearings and rallied for important causes in a week that saw no shortage of legislative activity.

  • House Budget: education, pensions top priorities

    By the first day of March, the House of Representatives had adopted a budget. While this is a historic first during my time in the General Assembly, it is not the only one we saw in the past week.

  • Two vehicle collision on Campbellsville Road
  • LCMS 2018 MATHCOUNTS team competes

    The 2018 LCMS MATHCOUNTS team placed 3rd in the My Old Kentucky Home Chapter competition held at T.K Stone Middle School on Saturday, February 17th. 

    Neel Patel and Jacob Hinton will progress to the state competition based on their individual scores. 

    Connor Nicholas and Clara Walsh were also among the highest scoring individuals who participated in the Countdown Round. 

  • LCMS district honor band
  • Fiscal court discusses flood damage

    Reports of standing water, washed out roads, clogged tiles, and overflowing ditches flowed into the courtroom conversation as LaRue County magistrates met February 27 in Hodgenville in the aftermath of the weekend’s heavy rains.

  • Hodgenville News - March 7, 2018

    Thought for the week: Never regret a day in your life. Good days give happiness, bad days give experience, worst days give lessons and best days give memories.

    Time to change the clocks ahead a hour on March 11. Woo hoo! I am so looking forward to spring with more sunshine, less wind, and playing in the dirt, if my back will cooperate with me.

    I hope the Hawks basketball team advance to the next stage of the tournament. Congratulations to the team members of the speech team on their win. I am so proud of these students.

  • High at the pump

    Two people were arrested at a local gas station in Hodgenville on Thursday, March 1 after several people complained about the two being high at the gas pump and causing a disturbance inside the gas station store.

    Those arrested were Amber Lynn Theademan, 30, of Wilmington, Ohio and Robert W. Kabler, 32, of Radcliff.

  • The light stuff: Positive Vibes opens in Hodgenville

    Last Thursday, the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting event for Positive Vibes. Located on Old Elizabethtown Road, the small business offers LED light therapy, facial treatments and foot massages as well as health and beauty products.

    The idea for the business began with a friendship. Three years ago, owners Shannon Minter and Christal Milliner discovered they shared many interests, especially when it came to health.