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Today's News

  • PHOTO: Oh, deer

     Jared Stillwell, Hodgenville, harvested this button buck with a bow Sept. 14. He is the son of Lauren Stillwell and Jason Stillwell.

  • PHOTO: Youth Weekend

     Heath Thompson, 8, killed a 10-point buck on Oct. 13, during Youth Weekend while hunting with his dad, Huey Thompson. His first buck weighed 205 pounds, field dressed.

  • PHOTO: Buck for Rucker

     Kaitlyn Rucker, 8, harvested this 7-point buck with a crossbow on Oct. 13.

  • PHOTO: Ramona's doe

     Ramona Coffey, Hodgenville, harvested this doe with a bow Sept. 18.

  • Community Action Transportation Service resumes

     The Central Kentucky Community Action Council, Inc. and Lincoln Trail Area Development District have come to a resolution on a senior transportation contract to resume transportation. This affects Breckinridge, Grayson, LaRue, Marion, Nelson and Washington Counties. 

  • PHOTO: Rotary Guest

     State Representative Terry Mills spoke to the Hodgenville Rotary Club. Rep. Mills was the guest of Rotarian Todd Skaggs.

  • PHOTO: CUB donation

     The Elizabethtown branch of Citizens Union Bank donated $1,000 to Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland. The money will help support the BackPack Program.  Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland currently serves 42 counties, including Hardin and LaRue counties. Of those 42 counties, 33 currently have the BackPack Program. Pictured from left are Melissa Jones of CUB Bank, FAKH Executive Director Gary Miles and Mary Jo Schmitz of CUB Bank. 

  • PHOTO: Gas card winner

     Christina Curle was the winner of a $50 gas card drawing sponsored by the LaRue County GOP during Lincoln Days. Lanny Vincent, chairman, is at left.

  • PHOTO: Rotary Guest

     Dave Armstrong, middle, from Sports Data Solutions, spoke last week to the Hodgenville Rotary Club about positive business practices. From left, Rip Collins, principal at LaRue County alternative school, Armstrong, and LaRue County Schools Superintendent Sam Sanders. 

  • FOR YOUR HEALTH: Save those pumpkin seeds

     It’s that time of the year. You are sitting at the table with a large, orange pumpkin in front of you. The carving knives are ready to use, the trash can is nearby for all of the pulp. You cut the top off of the pumpkin and start throwing handfuls of tangled pulp away. You scrape all those slippery white seeds out to make room for a candle. By the end of the carving session, you are left with a spooky jack-o-lantern and a trash can full of pulp studded with white seeds.