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Today's News

  • Record number of rezonings approved by fiscal court

    LaRue County Fiscal Court magistrates, meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville April 27, appointed two people to serve on the LaRue County Public Library’s Board of Trustees.
    Charlotte Tucker of Buffalo and James Curle of Hodgenville each were appointed to four-year terms that begin July 1.
    In other business, the magistrates concurred with Land of Lincoln Planning and Zoning’s approval of seven rezoning requests, a record number of requests considered at a single meeting according to Judge-executive Tommy Turner.

  • Library's program goes 'Prime Time'

    The LaRue County Public Library’s family literacy project ended Tuesday – but the impact it has had on families is expected to be far-reaching.
    Prime Time Family Reading Time, funded by a grant from the Kentucky Humanities Council and Kentucky Department of Libraries and Archives, provided supper and reading material to about 30 people each week. The library was one of 14 in the state selected for the program, which is designed specifically for underserved families with children ages 6 to 10.

  • PHOTO: First Communion

    Second-graders at Saint Catherine Academy, New Haven, received their first communion on April 26.

  • Sisters to celebrate birthdays Sunday

    Imogene Williams will celebrate her 90th birthday Sunday, May 3, at the home of her sister, Juanita Sprowls, 1796 Goodin Williams Road, Hodgenville.

    Family and friends may stop by between 2:30 and 5 p.m. No gifts requested.

  • BASEBALL: Robert Thompson's leadership role

    Over the last 18 years working with the LaRue County High School Athletic Department, I have had the privilege to witness outstanding play, and be associated with some tremendous student-athletes. During that time I have also had the opportunity to coach many great athletes who have a special place in my heart. 

  • PHOTO: Saint Catherine, Confirmation

    Eighth-grade candidates from Saint Catherine Academy, New Haven, received the sacrament of Confirmation April 21 at St. Vincent De Paul Church. From left, Zack Culver, Madison Head, Josie Hamilton, Jerry Wimsett, Abby Hicks, Emily Snellen, Amelia Watkins and Kendrick Mahoney.

  • PHOTOS: Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble
  • PHOTO: Another win for Griffin

    Griffin Dulak, a freshman at LaRue County High School, competed at Flo Eastern World Championships in Knoxville, Tennessee. He placed second in the tournament.

  • PHOTO: Wolf signs with Campbellsville University

    LaRue County High School senior Rachel Wolf signed to play women’s soccer at NAIA Campbellsville University. Seated, from left, are mother Leslie and Wolf. Standing are Campbellsville assistant Ashley Corum and Campbellsville coach Thom Jones.

  • PHOTO: Keller signs with CU

    LaRue County High School senior Harley Keller signed to play women’s soccer at NAIA Campbellsville University. Seated, from left, are Keller and mother Jackie Harley. Standing are Campbellsville assistant Ashley Corum and Campbellsville coach Thom Jones.