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Today's News

  • PHOTO: Firefighter of the Year

    LaRue County Fire Chief Jason Sadler congratulated firefighter Michael Key for earning the department’s 2011 “Firefighter of the Year” award. 

  • City Police receive surveillance cameras

    Hodgenville City Police will soon be outfitted with surveillance cameras in squad cars.
    Chief Steve Johnson told City Council Monday that Elizabethtown City Police had donated 10 of the cameras and wiring to HCP.
    “E’town went digital and had no use for (the equipment),” he said, adding that the equipment was relatively new.
    Johnson said the cameras will “reduce liability to the city on traffic stops.”
    “I appreciate Deputy Chief Troy Dye (ECP) making such a generous donation,” he said.

  • Police Log - Dec. 14, 2011

    Possession of controlled substance
    Bruce T. Bloyd (1964) was charged with possession of controlled substance, second offense (cocaine); possession of marijuana; and three counts of buy or possession of drug paraphernalia Dec. 2 by Kentucky State Police. He was lodged in the LaRue County Detention Center under $9,500 cash bond. A preliminary hearing will be Dec. 14 in LaRue District Court.

  • PHOTOS: 4-H fifth grade officers
  • Fundraiser Calendar - Dec. 14, 2011

    Photos benefit Buffalo Fire Department
    Buffalo Volunteer Fire Department will sponsor a door-to-door fundraiser during the next several weeks asking $25 support to buy turnout gear. For your support Parish Photos of Campbellsville will offer a free 10x13 family portrait certificate. Photos will be taken at Buffalo Fire Department. For more information, call Wendell Perkins at 270-766-8529.

  • Sandhill crane season opens Saturday

    Kentucky’s sandhill crane hunting season, which opens Dec. 17, will be the first modern-day opportunity in the state to hunt these migratory birds.
    A total of 332 hunters, 96 percent of whom are Kentucky residents, were selected by lottery drawing to participate in this inaugural season.
    Hunters are busy making last-minute preparations, deciding where to hunt, assembling decoys, building blinds and getting other gear ready.

  • Firefighters keep it 'all in the family'

    It’s often said that firefighters belong to a certain “brotherhood.” They work together for a common cause, share cookouts, family functions, business ventures and many other day-to-day activities.
    However, LaRue County/Hodgenville Fire Departments go a step further into the commonalities shared by these individuals.
    Of about 30-35 firefighters who make up the departments’ rosters, 14 of those men and women share the experience with their spouse and even more share it with their families.

  • FFA members can apply for Monty’s Plant Food Company Scholarships

    Monty’s Plant Food Company, a Louisville, Kentucky-based manufacturer of plant and soil enhancement products for the agriculture, horticulture, lawn and garden and turf industries, is now accepting applications for four, $1,000 college scholarships. The awards will be made in conjunction with the National FFA Organization to high school seniors who are members of FFA.

  • 4-H Calendar updated 1213

    4-H candy sale
    The 4-H Candy Sale fundraiser will run through Dec. 14.  Members are encouraged to participate in the sale which serves as the main fundraiser for 4-H.  Members are selling candy bars for $1 each.  Prizes are available for sellers, depending on the number of cases sold.  For more information, contact 4-H Agent Misty Wilmoth at 358-3401.
     
    Pizza sale orders due Dec. 14

  • Farm News updated 1213

    Pork Producers meet
    The LaRue County Pork Association will meet 7 p.m. Dec. 19 at the LaRue County Extension Office in Hodgenville. A meal will be served. All interested individuals are invited to attend.

    Dead animal pickup
    For dead animal pickup, call Bluegrass Recycling at 1-888-744-1186. The cost is $87.50 and the LaRue County Conservation District will reimburse the landowner 75 percent of the cost with receipt. For more information, call the Conservation District office at 358-3132.