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Today's News

  • Woman charged with DUI, fleeing from officer

    A Buffalo woman faces numerous charges after she was involved in a motor vehicle accident Nov. 26.

    Carrie Carter, 32, of Buffalo, was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, aggravator; failure of owner to maintain required insurance; no operators license; driving on suspended license; fleeing or evading police on foot.

  • Governor orders transparency in child fatality cases

    Gov. Steve Beshear took steps Tuesday to open records of child fatality cases after lawsuits, legislators and Attorney General opinions called on the state to do so.

    The governor outlined a four-step plan during a 15-minute press conference in the Capitol.

  • PHOTO: KSP hopes to 'cram the cruiser' for the holidays

  • UPDATE: Daughter drove pickup to scene of murder-suicide

    New details have emerged in the Nov. 22 quadruple shooting that occurred on Heying Lane.

    According to Kentucky State Police, three vehicles were driven to the rural area outside Sonora.

    Tuesday evening, Trooper Norman Chaffins confirmed that the surviving victim of the shooting, April Roberts, 32, of Elizabethtown, drove a Ford 150 to the scene of the shooting.

    Her mother, Barbara Walker, 51, of Elizabethtown, was a passenger of the red Dodge pickup that was driven by Steve L. Bottoms, 55, of Radcliff.

  • PHOTO: Car strikes wall in front of City Hall

    A 1988 Mercury Mystique driven by Jimenel Carmona of Sonora and a 1992 Volvo driven by Delbert J. French of Hodgenville collided Monday in front of Hodgenville Civic Center. According to Hodgenville City Police, Carmona failed to stop at a stop sign and struck French’s vehicle. The Volvo struck the steps in front of the Civic Center. Neither driver was injured.

  • School board approves new calendar

    The LaRue County School Board approved last week the calendar for the 2012-13 school year.
    An amendment was made to designated Dec. 19 and 20, 2012 as potential make up days if school is missed before Christmas. Overall the calendar mimics previous years, according to the Curriculum Coordinating Committee.
    Opening day for students will be Aug. 6; Fall break is scheduled for Oct. 1-5; Winter break is scheduled for Dec. 19- Jan. 1; Spring break is scheduled for April 1-5; and the last day for students is scheduled for May 21.
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  • Sunrise residents enjoy Thanksgiving parade

    Sunrise Manor Nursing Home residents moved to the new facility Sept. 28.
    Wednesday, they celebrated their first major holiday since the move with a Thanksgiving parade.
    In Sunrise tradition, residents, adult daycare clients, staff, volunteers and family members joined in the fun with small floats, costumes and seasonal decorations. The parade’s grand marshal Claudine McCugh smiled and waved at other residents as the procession made its way around the first floor. The group took the festivities to the second floor by elevator.

  • PHOTO: Three generations visit Santa at Renfro Valley

    Three generations of the LaFollette family posed for a photo with Santa Claus Saturday during Christmas in the Valley at Renfro Valley. Seated, Angela Smith; back, Candy Vincent and Cathy LaFollette.

  • COLUMN: Where does all our money go?

    At the end of the month we often find ourselves asking: Where did all of my money go?
    A 2009 survey by the United States Department of Labor answered that question. The average consumer unit or household in the United States is made up of 2.5 people earning a total of $63,091 before taxes. The household’s annual expenditures are $49,638. But just where does all of that money go?

  • WRESTLING: Drew Newberry returns for senior year

    Ready or not, another high school wrestling season is upon us.

    The season officially began Saturday, but most teams don’t usually get started until the week after Thanksgiving break.

    Things kick into high gear this week as teams and individuals chase the ultimate prize: a state championship. It’s non-stop action from here until February, when the state tournament is held.

    Here’s a brief look at some of the changes and story lines shaping up for this season.