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Today's News

  • Fundraising calendar - May 4, 2016

    Buffalo Fire and Rescue

    The Buffalo Fire and Rescue have a free 8x10 professional color family portrait for a donation of $25 or more. A representative from Parish Promotions will go door to door in the coverage area with an I.D. to collect and give out receipts. Buffalo Fire and Rescue is asking for $25 or more to help with purchasing turnout gear.

    Relay for Life

    Mission of Hope

    Mission of Hope will be selling tee shirts for $15 as advertised on LaRue County Relay for Life Facebook page. Contact Beth Williams at 1missionofhope@gmail.com

  • Community Calendar - May 4, 2016

    Community Breakfast

    B.R. Young Masonic Lodge #132 will be having a community breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., May 7, on Lincoln Square in Hodgenville. Your five dollar donation will go toward our building fund. For more information contact 270-234-4223

    Judy Cox Community Spirit Award

    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2016 Community Education Service and the Judy Cox Community Spirit Award.

  • Sunrise Manor Adult Daycare
  • Relay for Life luminaries now available

    With Relay for Life just around the corner on June 4, many people are scrambling to honor and remember past cancer victims with luminaries, which are a main part of the annual event.

    The lighted bags which line the perimeter of the square can be obtained from any Relay team and advanced notice is encouraged due to the volume of luminaries at the LaRue County event. The lighting ceremony is slated for 10:30 p.m. on June 4.

    Contact any of the following teams for more information about obtaining a luminary:

  • Living Strong continuing legacy

    In 2004-2005, Jim Rogers was fighting a battle like no other, a battle for his life. Given only a small chance of survival from his cancer, he and his family refused to give up and sought out medical treatments and expertise in other states. During the treatments, Janis was approached by fellow First Baptist Church member Emma Cox about starting a Relay for Life team to support Jim and his family. Janis and Jim soon had several family members and fellow church members step up and the rest is history.

  • Jail log - May 4, 2016

    Bookings at the LaRue County Detention Center from Monday, April 25 to Monday, May 2.

    Benjamin Thomas Butler, 33, of Sonora was charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and second degree wanton endangerment. He remains lodged in LCDC on bond. Arresting agency was the Kentucky State Police.

    Dalton D. Carter, 19, of Buffalo was charged with second degree disorderly conduct, public intoxication-controlled substance and resisting arrest. He was released from LCDC on bond. Arresting agency was the Hodgenville Police Department.

  • Students earn spots in Governor’s Scholars Program

    Seven LaRue County High School students have been accepted to the selective Governor’s Scholars Program, a five-week residential summer program that takes place on three college campuses across the state. The program, which students attend during the summer before their senior year, strives to develop civic and economic leaders while providing the state’s brightest students an opportunity to discover their potential in Kentucky.

  • Frankfort Focus - The veto process

    Other than constitutional amendments, which go before the voters, every bill the General Assembly passes has to clear one final hurdle before becoming law: The governor’s pen.

    The governor has the authority to sign or reject bills, or to let them become law without a signature. He or she can only approve or veto bills in their entirety – except in budgetary matters, which can be line-item vetoed without affecting the rest.

  • Accident on Walnut Street
  • May is Kentucky Water Awareness month

    Are you water aware? Do you know how your home and garden water use impacts the water around you? May is Kentucky Water Awareness Month, and that’s a good time to think about how what we do affects the health of waterways in Kentucky and beyond.

    Kentucky has more than 90,000 miles of rivers and streams. Each stream eventually meets the Mississippi River, either directly or via the Ohio River. That means everything we put into the water can potentially reach as far as the Gulf of Mexico.