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Today's News

  • Heath receives community service award

    The Captain Jacob Van Meter Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, met on Friday, October 20 at Tony York’s On Main in Glendale.

    During the meeting, Regent Joyce Miller announced that the Chapter’s Registrar, Membership and Conservation Chairman Beverly Smith Heath, was chosen to be a recipient of the DAR Kentucky Society “Excellence in Community Service Award.”

  • Sallee’s Family Taekwondo belt testing
  • Sidewalk Ceremony
  • Jail log - November 8, 2017

    Bookings at the LaRue County Detention Center from Friday, October 27 to Friday, November 3

    Blake Gusler, 43, was lodged for first degree wanton endangerment and fourth degree assault. He was later released from LCDC.

    Chad Alan Chesser, 38, was lodged for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs and possession of an alcoholic beverage in motor vehicle. He was later released from LCDC.

    Anthony Paul Schnyder Jr., 43 was lodged for a court ordered appearance. He remains lodged in LCDC.

  • News of record - November 8, 2017

    Food Inspections

    The following food sanitation inspections were conducted by the Health Department in October.

    Hardee’s, 101 Lincoln Drive, , 89: gaskets in bad repair, sanitizer not strong enough (corrected), microwaves unclean, fan grills unclean in walk-in, toilet tank lid broken in women’s restroom. Score upon correction: 93.

    Hinton’s Orchard, 8631 Campbellsville Rd., 97: not wearing hair restraints, air vent on icecream machine unclean, all fan unclean. 99 retail: paper products stored on floor.

  • Hodgenville News - November 8, 2017

    Thought for the week: Life is like baking a pie. Everything you put into it determines what it will be.

    This time change is for the birds. It’s bad enough I was always tired before the time change and now that it gets dark at 6 p.m., it just makes it even worse.

    Thinking of you wishes go out to Billy Sallee, Ann Stankovic, Priscilla Brown, Harlis and Bessie LaFollette.

    Sympathy wishes go out to families of Clifford Horn, Jr, Vicki Huff, Margaret Yuma, Janet Marcum, Joseph Patrick Clark, Debbie Howe, Russell Black and Troy Weathers.

  • Community news - November 8, 2017

    Congratulations to the LaRue County Football Team. Good luck Friday night against Caldwell County in the playoffs.

    Our deepest sympathy goes to the families of Margaret Lou Handley, formerly of Hodgenville. She passed away last Tuesday in Louisville. Robert Henry “Jimmy” Handley, Kevin Hill and Troy Weathers passed away Sunday evening. Our hearts also go out to the families and the community of Texas.

  • Fallback plan

    Autumn has always been my favorite season; for me, the best part of fall in Kentucky is that it’s not summer. Nothing against sunshine, but I really love wearing sweaters and all the things this season brings like football and hot tea, glowing pumpkins and long runs through crunchy leaves.

    Another great part of autumn is the onset of the holidays and after Halloween here, I’m excited for more. Louisville had the most amazing Jack O’ Lanterns and Hodgenville had some fantastic costumes. (Check out the winners and pictures on page 22A and 23A, by the way.)

  • Church calendar - November 8, 2017

    Union Separate Baptist Church Revival

    Union Separate Baptist Church will have revival services beginning Friday, November 10 at 7 p.m. EST. The evangelist will be Bro. Neal Price. Pastor Bro. Troy Arnett and the church invite everyone to attend.

    Free Yard Sale

    The Hodgenville United Methodist Church is putting on a no-cost yard sale on November 11 from 8 a.m. to noon at the church building. The event is open to the community and shoppers are encouraged to bring their own bags or totes.

    Concert

  • Not Mere Leaves

    A couple of years ago I planted squash in my garden. The squash plant itself grew and majored into a large plant with nice deep greenery. The plants appeared to be healthy and ready to produce a great number of squash. Unfortunately, though the leaves seemed perfect and beautiful, the plants would not produce fruit. As a result, the plants existed for no purpose other than to set off an external appearance.