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Today's News

  • One injured in wreck on Lincoln Boulevard

    A wreck in front of Churchill Avenue last Monday closed one lane of Lincoln Boulevard for about 30 minutes.

    According to Hodgenville City Police Chief Steve Johnson, Adam Ward, 43, of Boston was pulling out of Churchill Avenue onto Lincoln Boulevard when a 2006 Chrysler Town and Country driven by Donald Kennedy, 54, of Lincoln Farm Road, struck his 1995 Ford Mustang.

    Passengers accompanied both vehicles, Judy McKinney with Ward and Jacqualyn Kennedy with Kennedy.

  • Clark's crash brought her closer to her patients

    During this Christmas season when gifts are on the mind of most people, Kelly Clark is thankful that she has received a special present that is free and yet priceless – the gift of life.

    “The doctor told me that I should be dead, that I should have bled out,” Clark, 29, said, remembering a car accident on an icy LaRue County road Feb. 21, 2009, that left her with a severed carotid artery, multiple facial fractures, a broken collarbone, fractured shoulder blade and bleeding on her brain.

  • United Way makes impact in LaRue County

    United Way of Central Kentucky has made an impact in LaRue County through its support of programs like Kids Crew daycare and Boy Scouts.

    It’s now involved in a push to reach $1,025,000 in donations during its 2011 campaign to better serve the community.

    Christopher Wilborn, executive director of United Way of Central Kentucky, and Megan Stith, resource development coordinator, have been visiting local businesses in recent weeks, promoting the agency’s programs.

  • Flu season arrives

    Holiday gatherings may provide the perfect atmosphere for the spread of the flu.

    The influenza virus is passed from person-to-person by coughing and sneezing or touching something with the flu virus on it. Becoming infected equals fever, headache, cough, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing and body aches.

    The first confirmed case of the flu was reported Nov. 9 in Jessamine County.

    Nationwide, about 23,000 people will die from the flu or its complications.

  • Court briefs - Dec. 14, 2011

    Sentenced to five years

    Adam Christopher Patterson (1974) was sentenced to five years Nov. 21 in LaRue Circuit Court after being found guilty of third-degree burglary, convicted felon in possession of a handgun and theft by unlawful taking. He was fined $385; probation was denied.

     

    Restitution ordered

  • COLUMN: Teach your children about money

     Parents are important role models for children of all ages and communicating family needs and values to all family members is important. Children are sometimes left out of financial conversations, but because family finances affect them, it’s important to involve them as early as possible. These conversations also teach children responsibility and decision-making, important concepts to which they need to be exposed.

  • PHOTO: 4-H members complete Record Books

    4-H members were recognized for completing 4-H Record Books. From left,Michaela Rock, Alexis Grimes, Aaron Elswick, Tara Warren, Katelynn Carnes, Leslie Pike, Ashlen Grubbs, Katie Gardner, Carey Coffey and Nathan Atwell.

  • TOUCHPOINTS: Each day brings its own troubles

    Living life is not easy. Each day brings its own trouble. People's emotions are damaged by hurtful words or feelings of rejection.

    In this fallen sinful world, we all are born with an Adam nature, and no matter how hard we try we cannot control other people, but we can control how they affect us. 

  • Nine-banded armadillo found in Kentucky

    The nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) has been expanding its range in the U.S. since the mid-1800s, steadily moving north and eastward.

    Armadillos first appeared in western Kentucky more than 20 years ago.

    "I recall the first report was a road kill in Aurora," said Steve Bloemer, wildlife program manager at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.

    Bloemer has worked as a biologist since 1982 on this area, bordered by Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Aurora lies at the western entrance to LBL on U.S. 68 in Marshall County.

  • Sandhill crane hunting season begins Dec. 17

    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.