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Today's News

  • Spring athletes prepare for season-ending tournaments

     The LaRue County High School Sports Programs are seeking improvement as the last few weeks of the regular season conclude and post season play begins. 

  • Community Calendar - April 30, 2014

     Sunrise observes National Day of Prayer

    Sunrise Manor Nursing Home will host an observance of the National Day of Prayer at 1:30 p.m. May 1. 

     

    Women’s health seminar at HMH

    Hardin Memorial Hospital, 913 North Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown, will host a women’s health seminar 5:30-7 p.m. May 1. A Light dinner will be served. There is no charge for this event, however registration is required at HMH.net or by calling 270-706-1247.

     

  • Church Calendar – April 30, 2014

     National Day of Prayer observance

  • Senior Menu - May 2014

    All meals served with 8 ounces skim milk.

    May 1 –Stewed chicken and vegetables, buttered noodles, green beans, banana, whole wheat roll

    May 2 – Salmon patty, baby lima beans, salad, cole slaw, brownie, cornbread

    May 5 – Meatloaf, roasted potatoes and carrots, fruit cup, whole wheat bread

    May 6 –Layered salad with turkey and peas, crackers, chocolate pudding and raisins

    May 7 –Hot beef sandwich with gravy, mashed potatoes, steamed broccoli, strawberry dessert, whole wheat bread slice

  • Central Kentucky Art Guild plans workshop

     The Central Kentucky Art Guild will hold an oil and acrylic painting workshop 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. May 24 at the Central Kentucky Art Guild Studio, 790 No. Dixie, Suite 900, Elizabethtown. Theresa Shelton, CKAG member and award-winning professional oil painter, will use a paint-along-with-me technique to enable all attendees, no matter their level of expertise, to achieve a lovely still life painting.

  • PHOTO: Five generations
  • Toyota pulling out of northern Kentucky

    Toyota is closing its Erlanger headquarters and moving almost 1,600 jobs out of Northern Kentucky as part of a nationwide consolidation of the company's operations.

    Company officials gathered employees at its Erlanger offices Monday afternoon to tell them the news. All workers there will be offered jobs either at Toyota's new headquarters in Plano, Texas, or at an expanded technical center in Michigan.

  • KSP identifies suspect black Impala

    Kentucky State Police have identified a suspect vehicle linked to the killing of two women in Botland Monday night.

    Investigators are searching for a black 2006-2013 Chevrolet Impala that was seen driving from Botland toward Bardstown around 8 p.m. Monday evening.

    Police said the car "appears to be black in color and the windows do not appear to be tinted."

  • Frankfort Wrap-up: State Rep. Terry Mills

     At the start of each legislative session, it is impossible to know which proposals will clear the hurdles it takes for a bill to become law.

    Some are never heard in committee; others may make it through the House or Senate but get lost in the shuffle on the other side. Some may falter because of cost or a lack of time or public support.

  • Several indicted by a grand jury

     Several people were indicted April 21 by a LaRue County grand jury.

    Jason Gabriel Brangers (1977) of Hodgenville, was charged with two counts of theft by deception and being a second-degree persistent felony offender.

    He is accused of obtaining property of another by passing checks in the amounts of $1,650 and $850 from a closed account. The alleged offenses occurred in November 2013.