Today's News

  • WEDDING: Hughes - Gray

    Cole Hughes of Hodgenville and Jada Gray of Glendale will be united in marriage at 5 p.m. on July 16 at Glendale Christian Church.

    Hughes is the son of Eric and Angela Hughes and Gray is the daughter of Amanda Boone. DeWayne Gibson will be officiating the wedding.

    The best man will be Caleb Canter and the groomsmen Matthew Hornback, Ryan Abell, Wesley Kessinger, Chris Crowe, Andrew Kerr, and Kyle Weiner. The co-maids of honor will be Alii Sallee and Courtney Helton and the bridesmaids Jessalyn Stivers, Olivia Allen, Emily Crowe, Jillian Hughes, and Haley Holt.

  • Hodgenville City Council discusses current interlocal agreements

    The current interlocal agreements between the City of Hodgenville and LaRue County government was the main topic of discussion at the monthly Hodgenville Council meeting on Monday, July 11.

    Hodgenville Mayor Kenny DeVore said that City Attorney Catherine Ford Claycomb has drafted a letter to LaRue County Judge Executive Tommy Turner and the LaRue County Fiscal Court asking them to provide copies of all the agreements that are in existence between LaRue County and the City of Hodgenville.

  • Community news - July 13, 2016

    Rex Thompson returned home from Hardin Memorial Hospital last Saturday. The Embree Family Reunion was held during the Fourth of July weekend.

    First Baptist- This Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. will be Bible Study. On Sunday, July 24, Reverend Wilkinson and First Baptist Hodgenville will be the guest at First Baptist Church in Springfield for their annual homecoming. On Sunday, July 31, First Baptist will fellowship with Lane Lincoln.

  • Hodgenville News - July 13, 2016

    Thought for the week: TO BE HAPPY YOU MUST: Let go of what’s gone. Be grateful for what remains. Look forward to what is coming next.

    Congratulations to Cheyenne Baird and Ryan Montgomery on birth of son Bentley Scott on July 7. Proud grandparents are Robin and Sandra Baird. On July 2, we attended birthday party for great niece Addalynn Grace who celebrated her 2nd birthday at Freeman Lake Park. On July 4, we attended the Community Potluck and fireworks at Sportsman Lake.

  • Lost in LaRue - July 13, 2016
  • Fiscal Court discusses vandalism

    In a rash of recent vandalism, culprits have painted obscenities on stop signs and have stolen name signs, and in some cases, the posts on which they were placed, according to Clyde Veirs, LaRue County road supervisor.

    “These missing signs can cause people to get hurt by not stopping and ambulance crews can have trouble locating the roads where they are to pick up patients,” Veirs told LaRue County Fiscal Court magistrates meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville yesterday.

  • News of Record - July 13, 2016

    Property Transfers

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

    Paul Leaman Wathen and Glenda Mae Wathen to Paul Leaman Wathen and Glenda Mae Wathen and Tracy Wathan, property on Underwood Street, FMV $97,500.

    Kristopher Blair and Caren Handley Blair to Andrew Simpson, lot #12 of Shoffner Acres Subdivision, $69,000.

  • Red Hill Cemetery Commission approves two percent raise

    The Red Hill Cemetery Commission approved a two percent raise to a cemetery worker at their monthly meeting on Monday, July 11.

    The commission approved the raise for city employee Tim Robertson, who is in charge of the upkeep of the cemetery. Hodgenville Mayor Kenny DeVore said the increase was a cost of living increase just like the recent pay increase other city employees received.

  • Hodgenville Council members up for reelection

    All six seats on the Hodgenville City Council are up for reelection during the 2016 fall general election in November.

    According to LaRue County Clerk Linda Carter, Hodgenville Council members are elected every two years and they last ran for election in 2014. The Hodgenville mayor is elected on a four year term basis with the last mayoral election in 2014 and the next election in 2018.

    At the time of publication, Carter said only one person has filed to run for city council and that is incumbent Mitchell Key.

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