Community News

  • Hometown Hero

    Modern Woodmen Chapter 259’s First Hometown Hero award was recently presented to Sandy Kidd of Hodgenville, KY.

    Sandy Kidd is the Executive Director of the LaRue County Chamber of Commerce, and according to Stan Mullins with Modern Woodmen, Kidd “is known for her great attitude, her big heart for volunteerism and tireless energy when working for the good of the Community and the Marketplace.”  

  • Roundtree’s 90th Birthday
  • Piper-Estes Engagement

    Kathy Piper of Sonora is proud to announce the engagement and forthcoming wedding of her daughter Charla Piper to Luke Estes of Elizabethtown

    The bride to be is the daughter of Kathy Piper and the late George Piper, Jr. Maternal grandparents are Virginia Ann Pence of Bonnievile, and the late Charlie Pence. Paternal grandparents are the late Lealia and George Piper, Sr. Charla is the children’s director at White Mills Christian Church.

  • 4-H Country Ham Auction

    The third annual 4-H Ham Auction was held on Saturday, October 6, 2018 during Lincoln Days.  Fourteen hams were sold with 80% of the sale price going to the 4-Her and 20% for 4-H Ham project expenses.  A total of $1755 was raised.  Special thanks to all the buyers and the auctioneer, Tyler Howell.

     Thomas Ronkainen, Champion Ham -Homestead Family Farms

    Emily Sallee, Reserve Champion Ham- Glen Richardson

    Madison Wilmoth – Danny & Phyllis Gentry

    Josie Garris – Homestead Family Farms

  • KY Historian to speak at event

    The Lincoln Museum will be hosting a commemorative event celebrating the 175th birthday of LaRue County. The event will feature a meal prepared by LaRue County’s recently honored ‘Best’ and friends.

  • Event Calendars - October 17, 2018

    Community Calendar


    Guitar Concert

  • Recycled Book Wreaths
  • Lincoln Days Quilt Show

    The Lincoln Days Quilt Show consisted of over 90 quilts from 1810-2018

    The People’s Choice Winners were:

    Youth Division- The 2018 Walk through Lincoln’s Life Quilt was a favorite. The children that attended the event enjoyed looking for their signatures on the quilt.

    New Quilt- The hand pieced and machine quilted Carnival pattern quilt was the made and exhibited by Frankie Bell of Hodgenville. The red, white, gray and black quilt was a rather complicated pattern with small pieces.

  • Rotary Club
  • GOP Giveaway Winners